Three Asian nations expand airports to relieve overburdened facilities

May 1989
Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/8/1989, Vol. 130 Issue 19, p70
Trade Publication
Reports that all three nations of the Northeast Asian region are planning, expanding and building airports to relieve overburdened facilities and meet growth demands. Plans; Funding; Growth problems.


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