Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, China’s second-busiest, has begun work on an expansion program that will more than double its designed capacity and strengthen its bid to be the leader among five airports in the Pearl River Delta. Start of the work follows confirmation by the national government last month that Guangzhou will serve as one of China’s three main international aviation gateways, even though the great majority of southern China’s intercontinental passengers connect at Hong Kong ...


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