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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Western China’s Civil Aviation Development Enters Speedy Phase


CAAC enhanced the strength of many policies to encourage the development on Western civil aviation industry in the latter half of year. Reporter learned on July 14 from CAAC that in order to enhance the support of airport construction of the economic under-developed areas of western China, relevant policies were in the revising process. As revealed, policies were leaning mainly toward the medium-small, high-altitude, Tibetan and heavy-disaster area airports. Besides, CAAC requested to speed up 23 airport projects including the phase III reconstruction-expansion of Chongqing Airport, reconstruction-expansion of Kashi Airport’s terminal building, new Kunming Airport and others to ensure all projects of the western region would be finished on-time. This 2nd half year, CAAC would encourage domestic and foreign airline companies to increase the international flights and flight routes of mid-western region, widen the approval of additional flights and chartered flights in mid-western regions for operating domestic and foreign companies, and continued to optimize the flight route network of the western region. Simultaneously, CAAC focused highly on speeding up the civil aviation industry development of Xinjiang and Tibet that would open up or increase 19 one-on-one Xinjiang supportive provinces/cities to Xinjiang flight routes, and schedule flights more frequently. CAAC demanded relative organizations to do well the guaranteeing works on relevant information, fuel and aviation materials, to optimize a step further the living security of personnel supporting Tibet and Xinjiang.

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