The new garage will be built at the former parking lot site, which covers a construction area of 310,000 square meters.
In order to improve the service quality of airport operations, the Haikou Meilan Airport will spend 6 billion yuan to build a 5,000-space parking garage as part of the airport’s redevelopment program.
According to reports, with the increasing number of tourists in the last few years, the aircraft industry in Haikou has a new chance for development. As one of the busiest civil airports in China, Haikou Meilan Airport has experienced amazing growth in its annual passenger handling capacity. The passenger throughput this year at the airport is expected to hit 15 million.
However, along with increasing passenger traffic, the lack of parking lots has been a development woe for the airport.
To better deal with growing airport traffic, Haikou Meilan Airport will be expanding this year. The project includes a 3,600 meter long runway and corresponding taxiway system, a new terminal covering 290,000 square meters, with aircraft parking aprons, a parking garage, an aviation gas station and other support facilities.
The new garage is built at the former parking lot site, which covers a land area of 310,000 square meters. The whole project will be put into use at the end of 2016. Upon its completion, parking spaces will be increased from 2,000 to 5,000, which will greatly help to cope with the shortage of parking spaces during the holiday.


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