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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Pearl River Delta’s Big Five set their roles


The five major airports in the Pearl River Delta convened a meeting on March 7th to determine their role in serving China’s civil aviation needs. This is a major breakthrough in communications over the past five years.
The meeting was attended by representatives of the five airports, namely, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong Stanley Hui, Guangdong Airport Management Corporation’s Liu Zijing, president of the Macau International Airport Board Chairman Deng Jun, Chairman of Shenzhen Airport Huang Chuanji and Zhuhai Airport Group Chairman Du Zhou. During the meeting, the five airports reached a consensus on their respective positions. Hong Kong International Airport will act as a global hub, while Guangzhou Baiyun Airport will continue to act as the international and domestic hub. Shenzhen Airport is to maintain the development of domestic flights as a "major trunk line Airport". Macao International Airport will be a small multi-function international airport and Zhuhai Airport will continue to develop as a base for southern China’s aviation industry.

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