The first batch of projects of Terminal 3B and the fourth runway of Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport pass the industry acceptance
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- The first batch of projects of Terminal 3B and the fourth runway of Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport have recently passed industrial acceptance, according to Chongqing Airport Group. It is the first industry acceptance for the five-phase expansion project of Chongqing Airport Group as well as the initial achievement made in the construction project of Terminal 3B and Runway 4 of Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport.
The acceptance check, organized by CAAC Southwest Regional Administration and guided by the Chongqing Municipal Transportation Bureau, Chongqing Supervision Bureau of Civil Aviation, and Southwest Regional Quality Supervision Station of Civil Aviation, involves Chongqing Airport Group and other relevant participating institutes.
The projects that have passed the acceptance include the 13 remote seats of newly built Apron 5, passage 3, airside electric vehicle charging stations, partial airside underpass and the passages for passenger rapid transit systems, intelligent air cargo integrated information platform and other electromechanical weak current projects. After the 13 remote seats of the newly built Apron 5 are put into use, the number of flight seats at Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport will reach 199, which will effectively enhance the production and operation capacity. The airside electric vehicle charging stations are the first ones in civil aviation in China, which will shorten the time of energy supply by more than 80%.
The Terminal 3B and Runway 4 project of Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport is a significant construction project of Chongqing and the Civil Aviation Administration during the period of 14th Five-Year Plan. The project aims to satisfy the demand for a throughput of 80 million passengers, 580,000 trips, and cargo throughput of 1.2 million tons annually. It is expected to be completed in 2024 and put into operation in 2025. (Translated by Yuki, Fathom Language Limited)