Hongqiao International Airport launched an exhibition and livestreaming event on Sunday to mark its centenary.
More than 1.7 million online viewers watched the two-hour event, the second of its kind launched by the city airports to boost business and promote services as domestic flights are restored and passenger volumes pick up.
The future expansion blueprints of the two airports are exhibited at the final part of the exhibition. According to the blueprint, the T3 terminal building will be built in the south of the S1 and S2 satellite terminal to serve 50 million passengers annually. It will be connected with the planned Shanghai East Railway Station to create another air-rail transport hub.
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