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CCTV Focuses on Work Resumption of Xi’an Xianyang International Airport (Phase 3) Project

Release time:2020-02-23 Article source: Reading times: A+AA-

At the noon of February 22, CCTV’s News 30' made a report titled “Work Resumption of Key Projects including Expansion of Xi’an Xianyang International Airport Project”, focusing on Xi’an Xianyang International Airport (Phase 3) Project, for which China Jikan Research Institute of Engineering Investigations and Design Institute (JK Institute) under CMEC has taken a combination of measures for orderly resumption of work and production.

Xi’an Xianyang International Airport is one of the seven regional airline hubs of China. The expansion is expected to significantly enhance the comprehensive support capabilities and service level of the airport. It is beneficial to building the airport into a state-level comprehensive traffic hub and is of great significance to promoting the implementation of the “Belt and Road” initiative and the strategy of strengthening China’s strategy of civil aviation. On September 14, 2019, JK Institute won the bid for the first section of engineering investigation and surveying of the expansion project (phase 3) of Xi’an Xianyang International Airport.

Recently, through concerted efforts, the Second Investigation Company under JK Institute has been approved to resume its work and production at Xi’an Xianyang International Airport Project (phase 3) during the period of epidemic control. The project office has established a task team, of which all members vowed to remain true to their aspirations, fulfill their missions, and go all out to overcome difficulties, so as to ensure steady and orderly implementation of the project.

With a total investment of RMB47.14 billion, the project involves airport, air traffic control and oil supply. The first section of engineering investigation and surveying of the project mainly includes the south work area, east information center area, east freight transport area, west freight transport area, aviation food area, energy site, reserved area for rail transit construction, and landside traffic, with a floor area of about 2,000 mu and a survey area of about 14 square kilometers.