Dalian Airport expects continued growth as Air China and China Southern boost North East focus

Dalian Airport, China’s 15th busiest airport, is expecting continued growth in the coming years as it capitalises on its location as a regional financial base and gateway to a heavily industrialised city and an important international shipping centre and logistics hub in North East China. The airport, which reported a 12% year-on-year increase in passenger numbers to 12.0 million in 2011, is China’s ninth largest airport by international capacity and the biggest in the northeast region by passengers numbers. (It is the region's only airport handling more than 10 million passengers p/a. Other key airports in the region include Harbin, Changchun and Shenyang.)

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