Most popular in 2012, more than 20 airport project

2022-08-18
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In 2012, more than 20 airport projects were approved with an investment of more than 100billion

in 2012, more than 20 airport projects were approved with an investment of more than 100billion

China Construction Machinery Information

Guide: following the recent announcement of the approval of nearly trillion yuan projects, the national development and Reform Commission released the feasibility study report on the approval of the reconstruction and expansion project of Ningbo Lishe International Airport Phase III and Shijiazhuang Zhengding International Airport on the 18th. It is found that since the beginning of this year, the airport construction, expansion and relocation projects approved by the national development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of environmental protection

following the recent announcement of the approval of nearly trillion yuan projects, the national development and Reform Commission released the feasibility study report on the approval of the reconstruction and expansion projects of Ningbo Lishe International Airport Phase III and Shijiazhuang Zhengding International Airport on the 18th

it is found that since the beginning of this year, the development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of environmental protection have approved a total of more than 20 preliminary documents for airport construction, expansion and relocation projects, and the approval speed has been significantly accelerated. According to rough calculation, if all these projects are started, the investment required will exceed 100billion yuan, and the pulling effect on the local economy will be doubled

experts suggest that more private capital should be introduced into the airport construction, and the airport extension business should introduce private capital through franchising and other ways to enhance the profitability of the airport

the total investment is more than 100 billion yuan

it is found that since the beginning of this year, the feasibility study report and project proposal approved by the national development and Reform Commission have involved a total of 11 new airports, 8 expanded airports and 1 relocated airport projects. If all these projects are completed, the passenger throughput will increase by 150million by 2020

according to the information released by the Ministry of environmental protection, this year, the Ministry of environmental protection has approved the environmental impact assessment report of airports in Sanqingshan, Shangrao, Jiangxi, horingol, Xilingol, Inner Mongolia, and a electronic universal tensile machine in Inner Mongolia, which can be used as an experimental project, Lashan League, Sichuan ABA and other places. According to the approval procedure, after the feasibility study report and environmental assessment report of the project are approved, and then approved by the national development and Reform Commission, the project can start construction

according to incomplete statistics from the comprehensive development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of environmental protection and local government stations, the total investment of the above approved airport projects will exceed 100billion yuan. In terms of geographical distribution, the new airports are concentrated in western provinces such as Gansu, Qinghai, Xinjiang, Sichuan and northeast provinces such as Heilongjiang, and the expanded airports are concentrated in provincial capitals, municipalities directly under the central government or cities specifically designated in the state plan such as Wuhan, Nanning, Chongqing, Harbin, Haikou, Ningbo, etc

the 12th Five Year Plan for comprehensive transportation system proposes that by the end of the 12th Five Year Plan, China will add 8 new transportation airports in the hydraulic universal experimental machine, and the load can be shown by the oil pressure of hydraulic oil. About 230 navigable transportation airports have been built, and more than 80% of the country's population can enjoy aviation services within a straight-line distance of 100 kilometers. If the plan is implemented, the 12th Five Year Plan will be a period of great development for China's airport construction

focus on spillover benefits

for local governments to rush to launch the airport project, industry insiders are worried that some places do not have the corresponding economic conditions, and blindly launching the project may "lose money and earn money"

"at present, the enthusiasm of third tier cities to build airports is very high. Recently, a prefecture level city in Shandong came to me for advice on building airports." Li Yanhua, deputy dean of the school of economics and management of Civil Aviation University of China, said that last year, China's regional airports suffered a financial loss of 2billion yuan, with a loss of more than 80%. "However, as an investment platform, airport construction is conducive to improving the investment environment. Spillover benefits should be put in the first place, and direct economic benefits should be put in the second place. Airport construction can directly stimulate the consumption of cement and steel, and indirectly drive the development of tertiary industries such as tourism."

several opinions of the State Council on promoting the development of civil aviation industry put forward that the planning and construction of the airport should not only be moderately ahead of schedule, but also be carried out according to its capacity, and at the same time, a good development space should be reserved in 2011

it is suggested to introduce more private capital

relevant data show that last year, the national airport construction fee revenue was 14.7 billion yuan. After the implementation of the Interim Measures for the administration of the collection and use of the Civil Aviation Development Fund in April this year, the airport construction fee was changed to the Civil Aviation Development Fund. The agency predicts that the Civil Aviation Development Fund will reach 15.4 billion yuan this year. The measures clearly stipulates that the state will allocate special funds from the civil aviation development fund to carry out the preliminary work of civil aviation infrastructure construction projects, of which the airport project is the main one

this newspaper previously reported that the general aviation generator electronic universal experimental machine is mainly used for stretching, tightening, twisting, shearing, tearing, peeling, recycling and other forms of mechanical property experimental exhibition in industries such as metal wire, metal foil, plastic film, wire and cable, adhesive, wood-based panel, wire and cable, waterproof materials, etc. the special fund management measures may be introduced in the near future, and the general aviation airport will be subsidized

however, relying solely on the Civil Aviation Development Fund and its subsidies is difficult to support many airport projects under construction and to be built. Li Yanhua said that the sources of airport construction funds in China are mainly local governments and airport groups, and the special funds issued by the Civil Aviation Administration are also part of the sources. Due to concerns about losses, private funds are not enthusiastic about participating in airport construction, and their investment is generally limited to commuter takeoff and landing airports

Li Xiaojin, director of the Institute of air transport economics, Civil Aviation University of China, suggested that more private capital should be introduced into airport construction, especially in catering, department stores and other aviation extended business areas, in order to solve the loss problem of some local airports. According to the research report released by China National Debt Credit Rating Co., Ltd., China's aviation extended business revenue accounts for less than 25% of the total airport revenue, while foreign mature airports generally account for more than 50%, and some even reach 70%. From the perspective of resource utilization efficiency, the per capita aviation extended business income of China's major airports in 2010 was less than 50 yuan/person time, while that of foreign mature airports was basically higher than 80 yuan/person time

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