China aims to finish the planned building of a world-class cluster of airports within the next five years.
The pioneering construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is seen to be completed by 2025, according to a new master plan released by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
By 2025, the area will continue to lead globally in terms of scale, competitiveness, and innovation capability for civil aviation.
The dynamic, forward-looking plan also outlines goals to be achieved by 2035, when the area will boast a fully-fledged world-class airport cluster that is safe, green, and smart.
Enterprising regional coordination is highlighted in the ambitious air transportation program of China. Efforts will be made to enhance the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s status as an international aviation hub, while distinctive roles of airports in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Macao, and Zhuhai will be further strengthened.