NEWS Last modified on October 28, 2011

Beijing and Munich airports become sisters

Beijing Capital has become the fifth gateway to sign a sister agreement with Munich Airport.

Beijing Capital has become the fifth gateway to sign a sister agreement with Munich Airport.
 

At an official signing ceremony, Dr Dong Zhiyi, CEO of Capital Airports Holding Company, and Dr Michael Kerkloh, CEO of Munich Airport, finalised a new co-operation agreement between the two hubs.
 

According to Munich: “The objective of the partnership is a systematic knowledge transfer for employees and managers of the two airports.”
 

As part of the agreement, there will be a management exchange programme between the two gateways, in which visiting managers will gain detailed insights into the operations and processes of the partner airport.
 

Beijing International Airport is China’s biggest airport, and handles nearly 80mppa.
 

It will join Denver, Nagoya, Bangkok and Singapore as Munich’s fifth sister airport.
 

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