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Old February 25th, 2012, 08:44 PM   #741
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Nine runways? That's some serious gangsta shit!
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Old February 27th, 2012, 04:21 AM   #742
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yes this is crazy. I like the idea of connecting surrounding Cities (Tianjin/Beijing/Langfang etc) together with this airport.

And I'd like to see how it connects highways, roads and even railways in the future.

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Old February 27th, 2012, 10:37 AM   #743
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Something like Hongqiao hub perhaps? But bigger?
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Old February 27th, 2012, 03:37 PM   #744
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I remember that originally the new Beijing airport was supposed to be in Daxing, which is the most southern district of Beijing.

I think the current Airport Express subway was supposed to be extended first to Beijing South Station and then to the new Airport. Maybe they'll still do it?

These new plans sound much more reasonable, Tianjin's current airport is quite modest and I think this new airport will benefit the city.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 11:37 PM   #745
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I think the new Beijing International Airport is huge already. So still not enough?? Wow!
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Old February 28th, 2012, 08:24 AM   #746
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The new location is more interesting than the Daxing project that was reported frozen in November. An Airport Express extension from the current Capital airport to Beijing South and Daxing could come handy for some travels, but the express isn't that much of an express anyway (80 km/h versus regular metro 60 km/h IIRC) and it would run under some very expensive real estate.

By the look of it the airport would be nearby the unopened Yongle stop on the Beijing S–Tianjin HSR (though for integrated travel I would expect a train stop not to be nearby, but inside the terminal building, parallel tracks?). Likewise it would be close, but not close enough to the planned S6 going from Shunyi north of the Capital Airport, through Tongzhou New City to Yizhuang in the south-east, also on the Beijing S–Tianjin HSR line. The max speed on the S2 line, the only one built, is 160 km/h. The distance between the airports should be around 50 km, and something similar to Tianjin airport, or to Beijing S. If S6 were to be upgraded to something a little faster, say 200 km/h sustained, the travel time for direct link between the new airport and the other two should be around 15 minutes, 20 minutes with a stop in Tongzhou. If there were a connecting direct link to CBD that too would be 20 minutes away to either airport. If the line were extended to connect up to the Beijing-Shenyang HSR the north-east could benefit as well. More regular speed suburban line would increase the travel time by a half, while metro-style links would about double it.

The loser would be some inner-city infrastructure, and the south and west of Beijing and Shijiazhuang, which would be better served by Daxing.
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Old March 19th, 2012, 01:15 PM   #747
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A380 is long delivered, but still flying domestic.

Is China currently embargoing new Airbus orders as a matter of trade war against EU?
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Old March 21st, 2012, 02:03 PM   #748
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A380 is long delivered, but still flying domestic.

Is China currently embargoing new Airbus orders as a matter of trade war against EU?
Since there is in fact no order cancellation from China, the Airbus embargo is an exaggeration. China doesn't want to pay for nonsense like carbon tax and then halts the order at the moment.
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 04:34 PM   #749
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Please anybody post the 2011 Airport PAX ranking, don't miss the y/y % increase if possible
It's officially released today



Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) released official airport PAX data today.

Top 50 China mainland airport ranking

Rank - Airport - Passengers - %

1 Beijing - Capitol 78,674,513 6.4
2 Guangzhou 45,040,340 9.9
3 Shanghai - Pudong 41,447,730 2.1
4 Shanghai - Hongqiao 33,112,442 5.8
5 Chengdu 29,073,719 12.7
6 Shenzhen 28,245,738 5.7
7 Kunming 22,270,130 10.3
8 Xi'an 21,163,130 17.5
9 Chongqing 19,052,706 20.6
10 Hangzhou 17,512,224 2.6
11 Xiamen 15,757,049 19.3
12 Changsha 13,684,731 8.4
13 Nanjing 13,074,097 4.3
14 Wuhan 12,462,016 7.0
15 Dalian 12,012,094 12.2
16 Qingdao 11,716,361 5.5
17 Urumqi 11,078,597 21.1
18 Sanya 10,361,821 11.5
19 Shenyang 10,231,185 18.7
20 Haikou 10,167,818 15.9
21 Zhengzhou 10,150,075 16.6
22 Jinan 7,879,707 14.2
23 Harbin 7,841,521 8.0
24 Tianjin 7,554,172 3.8
25 Guiyang 7,339,228 17.0
26 Fuzhou 7,196,800 11.1
27 Nanning 6,464,428 14.8
28 Taiyuan 5,876,005 11.9
29 Wenzhou 5,598,674 5.1
30 Guilin 5,489,481 4.4
31 Nanchang 5,347,853 12.6
32 Ningbo 5,014,002 11.0
33 Changchun 4,971,667 4.7
34 Hefei 4,398,739 15.2
35 Hohhot 4,331,529 18.2
36 Shijiazhuang 4,021,167 47.6
37 Lanzhou 3,809,023 5.7
38 Yinchuan 3,376,964 14.9
39 Wuxi 2,940,122 16.0
40 Beijing - Nanyuan 2,644,598 23.6
41 Yantai 2,547,499 2.1
42 Lijiang 2,183,597 -1.5
43 Xining 2,030,378 22.0
44 Quanzhou 1,975,836 -1.1
45 Xishuanbanna 1,918,825 1.7
46 Jieyang 1,901,856 10.1
47 Zhuhai 1,797,306 -1.2
48 Jiuzhai 1,717,603 -1.3
49 Lahsa 1,581,538 22.0
50 Baotou 1,345,598 1.0

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Full report for 180 airports here
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 09:20 PM   #750
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I wonder how many passenger Hong Kong handled in a year?
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 02:53 AM   #751
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2011 Hong Kong 53,314,213 up 5.9%
This number will grow since the 3rd runway proposal has been approved by HK government.
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 10:18 AM   #752
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huge growth for Chongqing, over 20%.

The first direct Chongqing - Europe (Helsinki, Finland) air route will begin in a few months, which is convenient for me seeing as I live in Finland and I was planning to visit China in late Autumn this year, and the airline operating the air route has good deals on the flights right now
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Old March 24th, 2012, 02:08 AM   #753
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It's officially released today
thank you!
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Old March 24th, 2012, 12:26 PM   #754
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Tianjin airport T2 construction

T2 construction was started on 5/31/2011. T2 will be built in 3 years with a total cost of 5.92 billion yuan. The target 2020 PAX is 25 million.

T2 is the biggest terminal in the middle, the current T1 is the smaller one on the right







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Old March 25th, 2012, 02:21 PM   #755
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Oh U/C TJBH T2
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Old March 27th, 2012, 08:22 PM   #756
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yes, great news concerning Chongqing. I thought it was already over 20M pax a year though. I plan to add to CQ's numbers myself.

anybody know anything about the construction of the new T3 at CKG? I know the new runway and T2 expansion is complete, and I thought I saw a plan for a new T3 and several new runways. Please confirm is anybody knows.
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Old April 1st, 2012, 02:21 PM   #757
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huge growth for Chongqing, over 20%.

The first direct Chongqing - Europe (Helsinki, Finland) air route will begin in a few months, which is convenient for me seeing as I live in Finland and I was planning to visit China in late Autumn this year, and the airline operating the air route has good deals on the flights right now
I was also looking forward to this new route, but last week when I checked it was 450 euro for return and now is almost 700. I guess the good deal didn't last long.
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Old April 15th, 2012, 07:03 PM   #758
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hello everyone,
is it possible to find any monthly statistical of passengers traffic bulletin or report of chinese airports on this website? http://www.caac.gov.cn
thanx
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Tianjin airport T2 construction

T2 is the biggest terminal in the middle, the current T1 is the smaller one on the right
What is the building on the left of T2? Is it part of T1 as well?
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Old April 24th, 2012, 10:59 AM   #760
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Future T3.
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