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Bus transportation hub to be built beside Xiamen Airport T4 building

  A bus terminal station covering an area of 15,493 square meters will be built next to the T4 building of Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport with an investment of about 37.5 million yuan. The project is part of a public transportation improvement project that includes plans to build four bus terminals and renovate 100 bus shelters in Xiamen. Every district will be equipped with a comprehensive transportation hub to connect the local bus system with coach and taxi services. The Xiamen Transportation Bureau will also adjust over 40 bus routes this year to improve bus

6 bus lines to make new stops at T4 building of Xiamen airport from June 5

The former BRT station, the Jimei Bridge South Station (集美大桥南站), has been renamed the T4 Building Station (T4候机楼站).      A discarded BRT station near the T4 building of Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport that was turned into a bus station will have 6 bus lines making stops at the new station starting on June 5th.    The former BRT station, the Jimei Bridge South Station (集美大桥南站), has been renamed the T4 Building Station (T4候机楼站).    The new bus station is about 500 meters away from the T4

Xiamen airport to open 3 chartered routes to SE Asia during CNY travel rush

China’s annual Spring Festival travel rush began February 4th this year. To cope with the world’s largest annual human migration, Xiamen airport has added 742 flights.    The airport also added three international chartered flights to Brunei, Krabi and Bali, and intensified flights to domestic destinations, including Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Haikou and Harbin.    The Terminal 4 building of Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport was put into service on December 28th, and the functions of the T3 and T4 buildings are as

Police tighten up security in Xiamen Airport during Spring Festival travel rush

  The T4 building of Xiamen Gaoqi Int'l Airport was put into service on December 28th, 2014      The Xiamen Police said on Tuesday that security checks will be tightened in Xiamen Airport to ensure safe journeys for travelers during the Spring Festival travel rush. Airport police in the city have announced the danger of taking knives and flammable materials on the airplane, and travelers found with dangerous materials will be punished. Meanwhile, the airport has reminded passengers to pay attention to the transportation provisions for lithium

Chinese airlines to cancel fuel surcharge for domestic flights from Feb 5

Flying will soon be cheaper for air passengers as many Chinese airlines are expected to cancel fuel surcharges for domestic flights starting February 5th.    According to Ctrip, the largest travel service provider in China, Xiamen Airlines and Lucky Air have announced the cancelation of the fuel surcharge for flights issued starting on February 5th. Insiders predict many other domestic airlines will announce the cancelation of their fuel surcharges as well in the next two days.    The cancelation of the fuel surcharge was promoted by the continuous drop

Xiamen Airport T4 handles over half of airport passenger flow in past 30 days

The passenger flow the Xiamen Airport reached 1.58 million people in the past 30 days. Among which, the Xiamen Airport T4 building, which was put into trial operation on December 28, 2014, handled 810,300 passengers and 6,656 flights during the past month, accounting for 51.22% and 47.89% of the total amount, respectively.   The advanced technology and intelligence of the building are the highlights of the new T4 building, which have received high praise from passengers. The automatic check-in machines, self-help baggage-check machines, self-service boarding gate, and

Xiamen Airport Terminal 4 expected to be completed before year's end

A conceptual drawing of the T4 building at Xiamen Gaoqi Int’l Airport   Construction on the Terminal 4 building of Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport is continuing during the Chinese Lunar New Year, and is expected to be completed before the end of this year. It’s reported that Terminal 4 will serve domestic passengers and handle over half of the current traffic of Terminal 3. The new terminal building, located on the northeast side of the existing facilities, will boast a total construction area of 72,000 square meters and is designed to handle an annual

Xiang'an International Airport among 184 key Xiamen projects for 2013

An conceptual drawing of Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport's T4 building    The city will invest a total of 73.48 billion yuan (about US$ 11.7 billion) in 184 key projects in 2013, said Zheng Chunchun, Deputy Director of the Xiamen Key Construction Projects Office on Wednesday. The total investment for the 184 key projects amounts to a total of 464.6 billion yuan (about US$73.7), Chen said. Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport’s Terminal 4 building, Xiang'an International Airport and Haicang Undersea Tunnel are among the big projects to receive heavy