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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

The T1 Terminal of Taiyuan Wusu International Airport Has Passed the Acceptance Inspection

The T1 terminal of Taiyuan Wusu International Airport has passed the acceptance inspection of the CAAC’s North China Regional Administration. The T1 terminal of Taiyuan Wusu International Airport was initially put into construction in 1992, and it was completed and put into operation at the end of 1995. The terminal occupied an area of 25,800 square meters, and was a two-story tall structure with intertwining layers in some parts of it. The reconstruction of the T1 terminal started in March of 2009 and was completed in March of this year. The newly reconstructed T1 terminal then passed the project completion acceptance inspection in April of this year. The reconstruction of the T1 terminal passing the industrial acceptance inspection signifies that the T1 terminal is coming close to being put into operation. The T1 terminal is west of the T2 terminal and the two terminals are connected by two vestibules. After reconstruction, the T1 terminal will take up an area of 26,493 square meters and will be used for domestic flights. According to the introduction from a clerk from the Shanxi Civil Airport Group, there are now 2 check-in halls with 22 check-in counters, 3 baggage claim units, 10 escalators and elevators and 6 frontal stands with 6 passenger boarding bridges in the T1 flow system.
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