The airport’s starfish-shaped terminal spans 700,000 square metres, but it’s designed to keep walking to a minimum. Photo: Xinhua The airport’s starfish-shaped terminal spans 700,000 square metres, but it’s designed to keep walking to a minimum. Photo: Xinhua
The airport’s starfish-shaped terminal spans 700,000 square metres, but it’s designed to keep walking to a minimum. Photo: Xinhua
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Beijing’s sea change: main building work done on starfish-shaped mega airport

  • It will be world’s largest single-terminal airport – and could become the busiest by passenger traffic
  • Major construction has been completed and it is expected to open its doors in September, according to state media

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The airport’s starfish-shaped terminal spans 700,000 square metres, but it’s designed to keep walking to a minimum. Photo: Xinhua The airport’s starfish-shaped terminal spans 700,000 square metres, but it’s designed to keep walking to a minimum. Photo: Xinhua
The airport’s starfish-shaped terminal spans 700,000 square metres, but it’s designed to keep walking to a minimum. Photo: Xinhua
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