The new airport will not only attempt to relieve the current strain on PEK, but also accommodate for the continuous expansion of Chinese outbound travel.
With four runways, 268 airplane parking bays and a vast terminal building, the new airport is expected to handle 45 million passengers a year by 2021.
It features ‘world’s biggest terminal’ that’s the equivalent of 140 football pitches.
Whilst there are an impressive 76 international destinations served from Shenzhen, from Guangzhou there are 130 and Hong Kong 312, meaning Shenzhen has a little catching up to do.
The app’s service includes 24/7 Chinese customer support, while drivers will wait up to 90 minutes at no cost when picking up customers from the airport.
These include an international exhibition center, health center, shopping town and comprehensive bonded area, Xinhua News Agency reported.
China Southern's will make up 40 percent of the airport's total flight schedule and carry 40 percent of passengers.
Budapest Airport offers the ideal location for transporting goods between Europe and Asia.
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