Shanghai’s second terminal of its Hongqiao International Airport, involving construction of a 362,600-sq m terminal, a 3,300-meter-long runway that is the second of the Hongqiao airport and some supporting facilities for cargo, aviation control and fuel supplies, has been checked and accepted by the China Administration of Civil Aviation. It will open March 16.
Bernama.com stated the program cost an estimated $1.47 billion.
By 2015 it should be able to accommodate 40 million passengers and 1 million tons of cargo and mail a year, and allow 300,000 aircraft landings and take-offs annually.
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