The Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport is planning to build a dedicated terminal for budget airlines.
Speaking to Flightglobal on the sidelines of Routes Asia 2015, the airport’s General Manager of the Marketing Department, Long Qiang, said the airport is looking to implement this change because it sees “the development of low cost carriers as a future trend”.
He adds that the low-cost terminal, which will have a capacity of 10 million, will only operate domestic services.
There are currently six low cost carriers serving Shenzhen: AirAsia, Tigerair, Spring Airlines, Lucky Air, China United Airlines and West Air.
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