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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

The 300-Million-Yuan-Investment of the Xinjiang Bole Civil Airport Construction Project Begins


The Xinjinag Bole civil airport began construction on the 21st of July. Leaders and Commanders from the Autonomy Region and the military forces attended the ground breaking ceremony to lay the foundation for the airport. A new 49,770-square-meter terminal building will be constructed for the city’s civil airport of Bole. The airport is designed as a category C airport with a 2,600-meter-long and 45-meter-wide runway. The 1st degree precision approach lighting system will be installed in the main landing direction and plain B-type approach lighting system for the secondary landing direction. Total investment of the construction is 298 million Yuan and the airport is scheduled to start operation in July of 2010. With the consent of the National Civil Aviation Administration, the Bole airport construction has been brought forward to be included in the country’s 11th 5-year plan. At present, there are 13 airports in Xinjiang for general aviation operation and 1 suspended airport under custody. By the year 2010, there will be a total of 17 airports of all kinds in the Uyghur Autonomy Region of Xinjiang, making it the province with the most trunk line airports in China.

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