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Old November 30th, 2011, 01:51 PM   #101
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I can't wait to see this terminal next year...
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Old November 30th, 2011, 08:39 PM   #102
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I can't figure out what are they using for cladding? Looks really good. This is surely to be one of the sexiest airport terminals ever.
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Old December 3rd, 2011, 07:36 PM   #103
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I can't figure out what are they using for cladding? Looks really good. This is surely to be one of the sexiest airport terminals ever.
kind of metal sheet? cant figure out as well..
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Old December 27th, 2011, 01:35 AM   #104
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not quite a news of Terminal 3...
the plans of floors above ground.. I have translated the Chinese parts into English already.. should be easier to understand?











also, there are at least two underground levels...
for
APM Transit of Terminal 3,
Airport Station of Shenzhen Metro Airport Line
& Shenzhen Airport Station of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Rail
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Old December 27th, 2011, 08:40 AM   #105
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Thanks for providing those diagrams and clear translation.
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Old December 27th, 2011, 02:22 PM   #106
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Any new pictures? I really want to see some update on this beauty. After all it's one of the sexiest looking airports!
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Old December 27th, 2011, 02:23 PM   #107
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T3 = 58 Gates??
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Old December 27th, 2011, 03:36 PM   #108
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T3 = 58 Gates??
was planning to have 62 gates and 15 remote gate for the main T3 building... also was planing to have 2 satellite halls for T3... but seems there will be a T4 instead of the satellite halls.. but Terminals A and B may be shut down when T4 appears...
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Old December 27th, 2011, 04:10 PM   #109
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APM Transit of Terminal 3,
Where does Automated People Mover Transit go?
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Old December 27th, 2011, 06:16 PM   #110
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Where does Automated People Mover Transit go?
was planning to go from T3 main building to T3 satellite buildings... the part under T3 main building is built but will not operate until satellite buildings are opened..

but now... the plan may have been changed...

in the future..
the airport may consist with Terminals A,B,T3 and its satellite buildings..

or not to use Terminals A and B anymore... To build a T4 instead of building those two satellite buildings of T3..

or not to use Terminals A and B anymore... To build a T4 and keep building T3 satellites...

The government has rated the three further plans.. I think they are quite interested in the second one.. then the third one... the least one is to keep TA and TB...
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Old December 27th, 2011, 06:21 PM   #111
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Where does Automated People Mover Transit go?
also... there was a plan to build a APM line connecting the metro Airport East Station, commercial area of T3(which is a big place consist with hotels.. offices.. malls.. exhibition centre etc..) and T3 main building...

but since the cost is high... the Shenzhen Airport Ltd. choose to use shuttle buses to transport people from metro Airport East Station to T3...
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Old December 27th, 2011, 11:11 PM   #112
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& Shenzhen Airport Station of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Rail
Is Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Rail under construction?
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Old December 28th, 2011, 12:01 AM   #113
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Is Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Rail under construction?
not yet.. it has been an idea for a long time.. but it is not that necessary for both of the cities currently...

the way to set up border controls still need to be discuss in Hong Kong..
coz this rail is not only connecting two airports..

There also will be two stations for local services, which are Hung Shui Kiu Station in Hong Kong and Qianhaiwan Station in Shenzhen.

It is quite complicated to set border controls... but the station under Shenzhen Airport T3 is constructed or partly finished with the structure I think?
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Old December 30th, 2011, 04:56 PM   #114
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Yes, you are correct Dongguan Rail Transit R2 Line will connect with Shenzhen Metro Airport Line once both lines are finish.
In which year is Dongguan Rail Transit R2 line opened?
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 06:12 PM   #115
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 07:26 PM   #116
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that looks like the terminal at the new airport in sw china. different materials but same lay out of design. Happy New Year everyone.
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 11:54 PM   #117
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Wow, thanks for posting these photos cheesung. What an incredible design.
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Old January 4th, 2012, 04:16 PM   #118
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the construction should be hurried up, otherwise it will not be opened in this year..........
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Old January 8th, 2012, 06:09 PM   #119
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a news of SZTV... well it is in Mandarin and the video will be loaded in a really slow speed for users outside mainland China...
http://www.s1979.com/shenzhen/201201/0323543703.shtml

briefly.. it is about the progress of T3...
the will be a transportation hub right in front T3... 3 floors of the hub... basement and ground floor is the underground Airport Station... first floor will be local bus station... and there can be park up to 1,000 private cars but it doesn't say where the parking lot is...

The T3 main building structure will be finished in this month... whole T3 main building will be completed before the end of this year... T3 main building will be opened and starts to operate around spring festival next year (2013), between early January and late February..

the design of the T3 main building looks like clouds... and bla bla bla.....

currently... average flights operates to/from SZX is about 650 daily.. will be up to 720 daily... and the airport keeps developing bla bla bla....

2011... cargo.. 0.82 million tons... raised by 2.9%..
2011... passengers.. 28.35 million ppl... raised by 5.7%... then bla bla bla...
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Old January 10th, 2012, 09:01 PM   #120
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an old news...
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http://gochina.scmp.com/shenzhen/new...xpansion-plans
Shenzhen airport confirms expansion plans
Kieth Wallis
Oct 14, 2011
A Shenzhen municipal official has confirmed plans to build a third runway and a fourth passenger terminal at Baoan airport by 2040, helping the city to compete with Hong Kong as a regional air hub.

Shenzhen airport is planning to open its third passenger terminal by the end of next year following the opening of the second runway in July.

The third terminal is intended to help meet Shenzhen's forecast capacity of 45 million passengers by 2020. It will be connected to the existing terminals by underground passenger and freight links. Once open, it will handle check-ins, arrivals and departures from terminals one and two.

Terminals one and two were designed to handle 15 million passengers. But passenger throughput reached 26.7 million last year, Shenzhen vice-mayor Zhang Wen said yesterday.

Outlining revisions to Shenzhen airport's 2020 master plan, Huang Min, the director-general of the transport committee at Shenzhen municipality, said the "ultimate goal" included developing an airport that could handle 63 million people by 2040. This included a third runway parallel to the second runway and a fourth terminal between the two runways. New cargo facilities are also planned, which would boost airfreight capacity to two million tonnes per year.

"In the long term, the existing freight area will be integrated and a new freight area will be built in the north side of terminal 4. By then, 4.5 million tonnes of freight throughput will be met annually," Huang told about 300 airline and airport executives at the China air cargo summit.

The revisions to the earlier master plan were carried out by the China Civil Aviation Airport Construction Group and NACO, a Dutch airport planning consultant for the city's transport committee, and the Shenzhen Airport (Group).

Wang Xianping, a general manager of airport advisory firm GCW Consulting, said there was no timeframe for developing the third runway or fourth terminal.

He said the runway was likely to be financed by the airport group or the municipality, adding officials thought the terminal could be built under a public-private partnership. This could involve possibly domestic and international funding development of the terminal in exchange for a long-term build-and-operate concession.

The plans were announced on October 13.

GCW is involved in a mainland programme that envisages the development of 45 airports by 2015 to take the total number to 220.

Huang said terminal three would have a ground transport centre that would contain metro and mainline stations, including an interchange for the planned Hong Kong-Shenzhen airport express railway and the Guangzhou-Dongguan-Shenzhen intercity railway line.

Outlining the benefits from the airport's expansion, he said estimates showed a million passengers generated 1.16 billion yuan (HK$1.41 billion), while every 10,000 tonnes of freight produced 196 million yuan of social and economic benefit.

Huang said Shenzhen airport handled about 800,000 tonnes of freight last year, up 185 per cent from 2009. This followed the opening of the UPS Asia-Pacific cargo hub and the arrival of courier firm SF Express.

The Civil Aviation Administration of China said cargo volumes this year had been hit by sluggish economic prospects in Europe and North America and a slowdown in domestic cargo. Cargo volumes in the first nine months grew by just 1.1 per cent.

But Chen Fanhua, a general manager of Shenzhen Airport, forecast cargo volumes could exceed 1.3 million tonnes by 2015, of which 650,000 tonnes was expected to be air express cargo. "By 2020, we may handle one million tonnes of air express."

- Shenzhen airport can accommodate 53 aircraft on its parking apron

- Shenzhen airport is the mainland's fifth-busiest airport
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