Beijing Capital International Airport retained its status as the second busiest airport on the planet in 2017, handling 95.8 million passengers – just 8.1 million less than world No.1, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta.
Groupe ADP, through subsidiary ADP Ingénierie, has won a series of new contracts in the Asia-Pacific region offering design, study and technical assistance to airports in China, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Frankfurt Airport is working with Beijing Capital International Airport and Air China in a bid to boost traffic between the two hubs.
Swedish airport operator, Swedavia, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish a Sister Airport Relationship with Beijing Capital International Airport.
Finavia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the Establishment of A Sister Airport Relationship with the operator of Beijing Capital International Airport.
Asia’s busiest airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, has chosen SITA to provide its passenger processing technology to manage its more than 80 million travellers.
ACI Asia-Pacific has reported that the region recorded a 3.5% increase in passenger traffic in July compared to the same month in 2013.
Beijing plans to build a new CNY86 billion yuan ($14 billion) airport to the south of the Chinese capital as congestion continues to clog runways and gates at Beijing Capital Airport, according to media reports.
Beijing Capital (83.7 million), Guangzhou Baiyun (52.4m), Shanghai Pudong (47.1m), Shanghai Hongqiao (35.6m) and Chengdu Shuangliu (33.4m) were the busiest airports in China in 2013, according to newly released figures by Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).
Asia-Pacific gateways have once again shone in ACI’s annual Airport Service Quality (ASQ) customer satisfaction survey, occupying the top spots in all the global by size categories.