Turf War Takes Off at Beijing’s New Airport
Dominating different hubs across the country, China’s three biggest state-owned airlines have each built their own sphere of influence in the country’s white-hot civil aviation market. But the balance is about change.
The game changer will be the new, seven-runway airport being built in Beijing’s southern suburbs. The airport, which will be the world’s largest and capable of handling 100 million passengers a year by 2040, has become the new battlefield for airlines fighting for a slice of the capital city’s rapidly growing commercial flight market.
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