Shanghai Pudong Airport has begun construction on a new 622,000 sq m satellite terminal, which will handle 38 million passengers per year, increasing the airport’s annual capacity to 80 million. The new $3.18 billion terminal is the third phase of an airport expansion project, which is expected to be completed in 2019. The new terminal, composed of two linked satellite halls, will share departures, arrivals and transfers with the existing two terminals. The expansion also includes ...

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