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Golog Maqin Airport

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Airport type  Public
3,800  12,467
Elevation AMSL  3,787.6 m / 12,427 ft
Opened  1 July 2016
Golog Maqin Airport
Serves  Dawu, Golog, Qinghai, China

Golog (or Guoluo) Maqin Airport (Chinese: 果洛玛沁机场) (IATA: GMQ) is an airport being built to serve Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in southeastern Qinghai Province, China. The airport is located in Caozichang (草子厂) on the Dawutan Grassland (大武滩草原). Construction began on 14 September 2012 with an estimated total investment of 1.24 billion yuan, and the airport started operation in 1st July 2016. Golog is the fifth civil airport in Qinghai.

Facilities

The airport will have a 4,000-meter runway (class 4C), and a 3,000 square-meter terminal building. It is projected to handle 150,000 passengers and 375 tons of cargo annually by 2020.

References

Golog Maqin Airport Wikipedia


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