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Breakthrough in Preliminary Work of Wenzhou Airport Phase III Expansion Project
Date:2021-02-11 10:46:02 Source:Wenzhou·China Fonts:[ Large Medium Small ]

Recently, Zhejiang Provincial Development and Reform Commission organized a pre-evaluation meeting on the pre-feasibility study report of Wenzhou Airport Phase III expansion project, which marked a breakthrough and a key step in the preliminary work of the expansion project.

At the online and offline pre-assessment meeting, a mode taken for epidemic prevention and control, the expert panel composed of domestic professionals in the fields of airport planning, terminal building design, air traffic control, flight procedures and comprehensive transportation deliberated on the report of project planning from Wenzhou Airport Group and the Preparation Organization of the Pre-feasibility Study Report, and put forward some opinions and suggestions. The meeting agreed in principle with the content of the report.

It is learned that Wenzhou Airport started the preliminary work of the Phase III project at the end of 2019 to enhance the hardware support of the Airport. The Phase III project evaluated this time provides to build a 3600-meter second runway, a new T3 terminal building and a new logistics and freight area, and to renovate and expand the T2 terminal building by 2027, with a total investment of about 20 billion yuan.

Remarkable progress has been achieved during the “13th Five-Year Plan” period.  Phase II expansion project including the T2 terminal building, a new airport apron and a cargo area has been put into operation. The passenger throughput in 2018 exceeded 10 million passengers for the first time, and the Airport became the first in Zhejiang Province to realize “zero-distance transfer” of air and rail. Wenzhou Airport Group said that in the next step, it would organize relevant design units to conscientiously study and fulfill the expert opinions from the meeting, polish relevant reports, and aim for the approval from the National Civil Aviation Administration and the National Development and Reform Commission.

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