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China’s Dalian set for world’s largest offshore airport as Beijing tries to revive moribund northeast

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]While China is slowing its infrastructure spending amid concerns of growing debt, it is still pushing ahead with investment to support its aviation ambitions, including construction of the world’s largest offshore airport outside the northern port city of Dalian.Despite the devastating impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the global travel industry, China is building more airports. It will add more than 30 nationwide by 2025, boosting national passenger capacity to 2 billion, according to…

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While China is slowing its infrastructure spending amid concerns of growing debt, it is still pushing ahead with investment to support its aviation ambitions, including construction of the world’s largest offshore airport outside the northern port city of Dalian.Despite the devastating impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the global travel industry, China is building more airports. It will add more than 30 nationwide by 2025, boosting national passenger capacity to 2 billion, according to…

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