The People's Republic of China - Airports
Capital Investment Programmes - 2014
Under its Twelfth Five-Year Plan covering the period 2011-2015 China is continuing with its programme to construct 70 new airports and expand or upgrade of a further 101 existing facilities to bring the number of commercial airports in the country to 230.
The General Administration of Civil Aviation of China (CAAC) says investments of USD73 billion under the plan are intended to create the infrastructure needed to handle a predicted average annual growth in passenger numbers of 11.4% up to 2020 and a year-on-year increase in air cargo tonnage of 14%. This is by far the largest and most ambitious airport investment programme anywhere in the world.
The status of China’s airport development plans in mid-2014 is summarised in the latest fully revised and updated edition of this insightful report. Covering capital investment programmes at more than 90 international and leading domestic airports throughout China, it outlines the current ownership status of each airport and provides details of major investment and development programmes, including available project cost data and timescales. Key contacts and website addresses for most airports are also provided.
Compiled by an independent international airport analyst, the report is aimed at a wide range of suppliers of airport services, technology and equipment as well as investors, providing a valuable insight into future opportunities in the world’s fastest growing air transport market.
- The latest summaries of air traffic development in China, including statistics for 2013
- Concise guide to the key decision-making agencies
- Economic background to air transport in 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities plus the two Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau
- Current development plans covering 94 airports, including agencies responsible
- Project costs and timescales
- Contact information