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China’s Aerotropolis: The Zhengzhou Airport Economy Zone

13 August 2018 | By

With airports playing increasingly important roles as business magnets and metropolitan economic accelerators, John D. Kasarda, PhD, President of the Aerotropolis Institute China, describes this aerotropolis development process and how it is being applied in China to attract investment, boost trade, and increase passenger and cargo volumes.


China Eastern touches down at Brisbane Airport

18 January 2016 | By Charlotte Batchelor

China Eastern Airlines’ inaugural flight touched down at Brisbane Airport on Sunday to a traditional water arch welcome heralding the commencement of a two month season of direct flights between Brisbane and Shanghai...

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Mack Brooks Exhibitions (Shanghai) Ltd

16 May 2018 | By

Mack Brooks Exhibitions Group builds and owns business-to-business events, in specific sectors worldwide, by bringing buyers and sellers together in dedicated marketplaces. Established in 1965, the company now employs 150 staff worldwide and operates staffed offices in the United Kingdom (Headquarter), Germany, United States, China, Brazil, India, Mexico, Thailand and…

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Fentress Architects

8 May 2017 | By

Fentress Architects is an international design firm with studios in Denver, Colorado; Los Angeles, California; San Francisco, California; Washington, D.C.; London, U.K.; and  Shanghai, China. Founded by Curtis Fentress in 1980, the firm passionately pursues the creation of iconic public architecture. Known for his “patient search,” Curtis Fentress, FAIA, RIBA, has designed…


An introduction to China’s airports

16 March 2005 | By JF Pearson, China

As China continues to establish itself in the global market place, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the country’s transportation network must match its booming market in order for growth to continue.


The challenges with growth and expansion

26 August 2016 | By Phil Fine, Journalist

From 1995 to 2015, passenger kilometres in China ballooned from 68 to 728 billion. But rather than build new airports to cope with this capacity, China may be better off expanding the big ones it now has. Dr Zheng Lei is Director of the Centre for Aviation Research at the…