In recent years, China has gradually increased infrastructure construction, and the transportation network has begun to become well-connected. China’s investment in airport construction is also huge, making the distance between cities and cities, countries and countries gradually closer. China’s top ten airports are the most advantageous in terms of area and throughput.The Top 10 Airports In China are these:
1.Beijing Capital International Airport
Built in 1958, Beijing Capital International Airport, known as the “China Air Portal”, is China’s largest and busiest international aviation hub with state-of-the-art facilities. With a total area of 138,358 hectares, it is the first airport in Asia Pacific with three terminals, three runways and two towers running simultaneously. The airport has become one of the busiest airports in the world, with more than 1,400 flights taking off and landing from three terminals in China every day, connecting Beijing with 208 domestic and international cities. In 2016, the passenger throughput of Beijing Capital International Airport was 94,339,500 passengers, ranking first in the country.
2.Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
The airport was built in 1932. At that time, the name of the airport was not this. It was renamed Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport in 1963. Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport covers more than 210 navigation points around the world, including more than 90 international and regional destinations, reaching more than 40 countries and regions around the world. It is the top 100 airports in the world. In 2017, the passenger throughput of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport was 65,836,900.
It plays a pivotal role in the layout of the Chinese civil airport. Among them, the first phase of the new airport has an area of 320,000 square meters, which is the largest of the airport terminals in China. All the facilities and equipment in the building have reached the international advanced level.
3.Shanghai Pudong International Airport
Shanghai Pudong International Airport was completed in 1999 and officially opened in the same year. Since then, Shanghai Pudong International Airport has been under construction. In 2005, the second runway of the airport was officially opened. In 2008, the third runway of the airport was officially opened. In 2015, the fourth runway of the airport was officially opened. In 2016, Shanghai Pudong International Airport’s tourist throughput reached 65.89 million.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport covers an area of more than 50 square kilometers and is one of the three major international airports in China. Among them, the cargo and mail throughput reached 3.23 million tons, ranking first in the country.
4.Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
Originally built in 1907, Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport is a small military airport that was later rebuilt into a civil aviation airport. After years of expansion, it has become one of China’s busy airports. Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport has a construction area of 510,000 square meters and a terminal area of 444,600 square meters. It has two runways, each with a length of 3,400 meters and 3,300 meters, and a parking lot of about 486,000 square meters, with a total of 89 seats. In 2016, the passenger throughput of Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport was 40,406,100.
5.Shenzhen Baoan International airport
The city of Shenzhen has been built for only 40 years, but it is a modern and international city. Baoan International Airport was not built for a long time. It was built in 1991. Although the airport was not built for a long time, it has opened 188 domestic and international routes, covering 139 cities. In 2003, the passenger throughput of Shenzhen Baoan Airport exceeded 10 million. When it reached 2017, it reached 45.61 million.
Shenzhen Baoan International Airport has a vast space and excellent clearance conditions. It can be used for large passenger and cargo aircraft to take off and land. It meets the operating standards of large international airports. Shenzhen Baoan International Airport operates 24 hours a day. With a wealth of air passenger and cargo resources and first-class hardware and software.
6.Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport
Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport was founded in 1938. The original name of Shuangguisi Airport was renamed Chengdu Shuangliu Airport in 1956. Shuangliu Airport is the largest aviation hub and distribution center in central and western China. Currently, the airport has 119 domestic routes and 16 international routes. Its annual passenger traffic has increased from 22.63 million in 2009 to 49.8 million in 2017. More than doubled.
Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport is an important aviation hub port and passenger and cargo distribution center in southwest China. The busiest hub airport in the Midwest of China, the most important air cargo and cargo distribution center in the inland area, and the Southwest Air Traffic Control Administration and the Southwestern Civil Aviation Administration.
7.Kunming Wujiaba International Airport
Built in 1923. Later, the Wujiaba International Airport Airport was renovated several times and became one of the busiest international aviation hubs in China. It is also the gateway to many Southeast Asian countries for entering China. Due to the rapid expansion of Kunming’s urban area and limited land supply, it was replaced by Kunming Changshui International Airport in 2012.
8.Xi’an Xianyang International Airport
Xianyang International Airport has three terminals. The T1 terminal was built in 1984 and officially opened in 1991. The largest tourist throughput is 3 million. The T2 terminal was put into operation in 2003, with the largest tourist throughput of 10 million. The T3 terminal began to be used in 2012, with a maximum passenger throughput of 3 million. The passenger throughput of Xianyang International Airport reached 36.99 million in 2016.
Xi’an Xianyang International Airport is located in the center of China’s inland. It is the largest air traffic hub in northwestern China. It is the eighth largest airport in China, the third largest airport in the west, and the eighth largest airport in China. It now has three terminals and two track.
9.Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport
Xiaoshan International Airport is the largest airport in Zhejiang. The construction of the airport was started in 1997 and was completed in 2000. It currently cooperates with 36 airlines to provide 160 routes connecting 106 domestic and international cities. The airport’s tourist throughput is increasing year by year, from 2.98 million in 2001 to 31.59 million in 2016, an increase of more than ten times.
Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport is Asia’s first-class international airport, East China is second only to Shanghai Pudong Airport and Hongqiao Airport’s third largest airport. Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport is the gateway airport of Asia. There are currently 52 airlines stationed at Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport, with nearly 200 routes and more than a thousand flights per week.
10.Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport
Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport is located 21 kilometers northeast of Chongqing. It is one of the three major aviation hubs in southwestern China. It is the first airport in western China to open directly to Europe. Since its inception in 1990, the airport has established partnerships with 32 airlines and has established more than 130 routes with 80 domestic and foreign cities. It is now one of the 100 best airports in the world, and its annual passenger traffic has increased by 12.6%, from 14.04 million in 2009 to 15.8 million in 2010.