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China is one of the top rising nations in the world, and it is also the home
for some cultures. China is also the home for various architectural sites, and
also the food here are world famous. China has its very old history of about
5000 years, and the ancient civilizations here are considered as one of the
best and old in the world. China is also a famous tourist spot in the world,
and furthermore, there are many wonders, historical sites, cuisines and
especially the Great Wall of China which is one among the Seven Wonders of the
World.

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Beijing Capital International airport was inaugurated in
1958 and is the main international airport in Beijing, China. It is operated by
Beijing Capital International Airport Company Limited. It serves as a hub for
China Southern Airlines, Air China, and Hainan Airlines. It has three terminals
and serves some airlines operating fleets to different global destinations.
The Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) has rapidly raised the ranks in
recent years to become the busiest airport in Asia (regarding passenger
activity) and is currently the third busiest in the entire world and showing no
signs of stopping there. The greater traffic and success of PEK has spurred the
development of an incredibly large Terminal 3 expansion in 2008, which is the
second largest aviation terminal in the world (smaller than the Dubai
International flight Terminal 3), and is also the third largest tower in the
world (measured by area).

According to the ‘Cond Nast Traveler’ magazine, PEK is ranked the World’s
Best Airport for the year 2009 due to several factors, including overall
cleanliness, the efficiency of security, and ease of reading signage, handling
luggage, and overall satisfaction. After opening in 1958, PEK was merely a
single terminal building (still in use in today’s PEK, actually) that was used
to charter very important commercial flights. After adding another larger (yet
still relatively small) terminal in 1980, PEK officials decided to close down
the new addition for renovations to meet the growing 20th-century travel
demands. In 1999 a new Terminal 2 was introduced to mark the 50th anniversary
of the PRC (People’s Republic of China), followed by the addition of a new
Terminal 1 in 2004 that further opened up avenues for international travel.

The big Terminal 3 expansion was initially constructed to coincide with the
Beijing Olympics of 2008, and at the time PEK’s Terminal 3 was the largest
structure ever made by man in the entire world (it is now third on that list as
of 2010). In between the expansion of Terminal 3 and the publicity gained
during the Beijing Olympic Games of 2008, PEK has taken over Tokyo
International Airport (HND) as the continent of Asia’s busiest.

The Chinese make excellent tourists, and since generally they are smaller
people, more of them can fit into each airliner. Typically a 747 filled with
Chinese people will have a good 20% more individuals on the plane, than a 747
filled with overweight Americans. Although this might sound pretty funny, it is
an important consideration and it means the airlines that cater to the Chinese
traveling tourists will make more money. This is something that the Japanese
airlines learned a long time ago.

Of course, as Beijing airport expands it will be a hub for airliners
traveling halfway around the globe, which just happens to be where the United
States of America is. And it is expected that of the 96% of all Chinese who’ve
never stamp their passports that by 2020 over 30% of them will have flown
outside of the Chinese borders. Eventually, as China grows up, ditches some of
its older communist roots which are not serving it very well in its capital
markets and economic expansion, we can expect travel both ways to increase
immensely.

The Chinese are already expecting this, and they are expanding regional
airports and their major airports outside of Beijing and Shanghai
airport transfer
. China is also building its regional jet airliner,
which will compete against Boeing, Airbus, and other airliner manufacturers
around the world. The aviation industry, tourism, and the airport in Beijing
are all about to take off.

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