The People's Republic of China - Airports

Capital Investment Programmes - 2012

In response to the demands of a fast-expanding economy, a political desire to stimulate growth in its less developed regions and the increased prosperity of its citizens, China is holding firm to plans for a construction programme that will increase the number of airports in the country from 147 in 2006 to 244 by 2020. In addition, many existing airports are being greatly expanded to cope with increasing traffic: by 2020 13 of the country’s airports will be capable of handling more than 30 million passengers annually compared with just three today.
Fully revised and updated in the first quarter of 2012 to reflect significant developments in this sector in China, this detailed up-to-the-minute report summarises capital investment programmes at more than 100 international and leading domestic airports throughout the country. 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.
Specially commissioned and compiled by an independent 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.