Macau, an administrative region of the Peoples Republic of China, is a territory situated approximately 60 kilometres south west of Hong Kong. Macau has one active international airport - Macau International Airport (MFM) - located at the eastern end of Taipa Island. MFM used to serve as a transit hub for flights between Mainland China and Taiwan, but due to the introduction of nonstop flights between the two regions, passenger traffic in this regard has lessened. Macau International Airport is the hub for Macau’s flag carrier Air Macau, which is partly owned by China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) and the Government of Macau. Civil Aviation Authority of Macau is the body responsible for overseeing and regulating the air traffic in the region.
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