China to add 78 new airports over next 10 years for 244 airport

Major Chinese airports have become a strong profit centre in the Chinese aviation market. Four of China’s five largest mainland airports reported combined operating profits of more than USD325 million in the first six months of 2010. Net results have also been favourable, with more than USD200 million in net profits shared between Beijing Capital, Shanghai Pudong, Guangzhou Baiyun and Shenzhen Huangtian airports in 1H2010. This is an extract from CAPA's latest research into the airport sector, Airport Capex Report Asia 2011, a 10,000-word tabular report researched by David Bentley, Editor of Airport Investor Monthly and principal author of previous CAPA reports on airport privatisation and low cost airports & terminals.

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