Airports in several major Chinese cities, including Beijing and Shanghai, see passenger traffic slide unexpectedly in April. While some explain the drop with seasonal factors, others believe that it could indicate a turning point for the civil aviation industry which has witness years' rapid growth.
In April, total passenger traffic in China's airports increased by 3.7 per cent from a year earlier and ten large airports - with capacity of over 10 million passengers year, see passenger traffic decline in the month, said Zhang Qing, inspector of Civil Aviation Authority of China, in a press briefing on May 15 . . .
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