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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

China’s northernmost airport now open


China’s northernmost airport, Mohe Airport, in Heilongjiang Province in China, began operation on June 18. The construction of the airport began in June 2006 and was finished this April. A total of RMB 236 million was spent on the airport project.
Mohe Airport’s runway is 2,200 meters long and 45 meters wide. The flight area grade is 4C, which can accommodate the landings and takeoffs of aircraft below B737-800. The apron occupies 12,320 sq.m., which can accommodate the parking of two medium jetliners at the same time. The terminal building has an area of 2,000 sq. m. and can handle an annual passenger volume of 120,000. The support facilities already include communication, navigation, visual aid light, power supply, and fuel. Special vehicles are available to provide service to airlines including a power supply vehicle, air source vehicle, snow remover, ice remover, and fire truck.

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