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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Changdu Bangda’s expansion project approved


China’s National Development and Reform Commission approved the proposal for the retrofit and expansion project of Tibet’s Changdu Bangda Airport on August 8. The target completion year is 2015. The new airport is designed to handle 180,000 passengers, 540 tons of cargo and mail, and 2,392 aircraft movements per year. Major construction includes repairing the runway and apron surface, constructing a new apron of about 11,900 sq. m., and building a new terminal with an area of 4,000 sq.m. The current terminal building will be used as a freight warehouse. The control tower will be moved and the air traffic management building and other service facilities will be retrofitted. Total investment for the project is RMB 270 million, which is being funded by the NDRC and the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).

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