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Chongqing owns flights directly to more than 40 large and medium-sized cities in China. Jiangbei International Airport, located in Lianglu Town, Yubei District and with 23 kilometers away from the urban area, enjoys flights from China Southwest Airlines, Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Northern Airlines, China Northwest Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, Wuhan Airlines, Yunnan Airlines, China General Airlines, Great Wall Airlines and so on. Over 110 national and international lines to Nagoya in Japan, Seattle in USA, Bangkok in Thailand, Toulouse in France, Seoul in Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macao in China etc have been opened. Furthermore, highways directly extend from the airport to the city proper. Taxi can be taken by only about 100 yuan. Besides, nearby the fire brigade in Shangqingsi, bus is available to the airport.


The new terminal and the second runway of Chongqing Airport was put into use on Dec. 21, marking Chongqing firstly enter two-track age in the west and giving a successful conclusion for the construction work of aviation industry during the "Eleventh Five-year Plan".


It is reported that the new terminal building was built with "low carbon" concept. It tried to use natural light as much as possible, meanwhile using energy-saving lamps; so that passengers in the building could feel the light is more natural. And it is also more environment-friendly. The glass curtain wall is dark brown hollow glass injected with plastic to minimize the external environmental influence on the temperature inside to achieve energy saving purpose.


Chongqing Airport official said, T3 Building which is planned to construct next year can meet requirements of Airbus 380, the world's largest aircraft's taking off and landing; at present, the project-related planning has been reported.

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