January 8, 2016

Finavia starts collaboration with China’s largest airport operator

The new agreement contributes to Helsinki Airport’s target to be the number one transfer airport for passengers flying between Europe and Asia.
The new agreement contributes to Helsinki Airport’s target to be the number one transfer airport for passengers flying between Europe and Asia.
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Finnish airport and air navigation company Finavia and Capital Airports Holding Company (CAH) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the Establishment of A Sister Airport Relationship. CAH is the the largest airport operator in China.

The objectives of the co-operation are benchmarking best practices and sharing knowledge, creating co-marketing activities in respective home markets, exchanging personnel and building competence. Finavia is the first European airport operator to conclude such agreement with CAH.

“We value high the establishment of sister airport relationship with Finavia. We see Finavia as one of the leading and most competent airport groups,” says Liu Xuesong, president and CEO of CAH, chairman of Beijing Capital International Airport.

“Helsinki Airport is a leading hub between China and Europe due to the shorter flying distance and MCT (Minimum connecting time), as well as its first class performance in safety, security and customer service. We look forward to our co-operation.”

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