Shijiazhuang airport cargo throughput up 21.8pc in first quarter

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DURING the first three months, northern China's Shijiazhuang airport posted a robust year-on-year growth of 21.8 per cent in its cargo throughput to 7,710.5 tonnes, Xinhua reports.

Civil Aviation Administration of China's statistics shows that during the first quarter, China's air cargo throughput fell 7.4 per cent to 1.2 million tonnes. In contrast, Shijiazhuang is thriving with capacity shortage. The airport's outbound domestic cargo increased 10.84 per cent to 2,692 tonnes.

The report said, the airport's satisfactory performance is a result of its efforts in promoting its services in local express and logistics companies and in cooperating with airports in other cities on transshipments. For example, transshipping shipments bound for Guangzhou and Shenzhen via Ningbo and Xiamen airport, those bound for Lhasa via Chengdu. This is said to have been an effective solution to the airport's lack of direct services.

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