|Owned By||Beijing Capital International Airport Company Limited|
|Airport Name||Beijing Capital International Airport|
|Airport Code (IATA/IACO)||PEK/ZBAA|
|Floor Area||986,000 meters square|
|Ranking||2nd largest airport terminal in the world|
|Date of Opening||29 February 2008|
The terminal has 120 gates with 66 jetways and remote parking bays. It has 72 food markets and large width waiting areas. It highlights about 45,200m² commercial space, 10,600m² duty-free shop area, 12,600m² of retail and 7,000m² service areas.
Beijing Capital International Airport Halls or Concourses
Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3 promotes a central passenger terminal Terminal 3C and two satellite concourses including Terminal 3D and Terminal 3E, all of them five floors above ground and two underground, with the letters ‘A’ and ‘B’ overlooked to bypass interference with the current Terminals, 1 and 2. Initially opened were only two concourses, namely, Terminal 3C committed for domestic flights and Terminal 3E for international flights. Terminal 3D ceremoniously initiated on 18 April 2013. The newly opened one is momentarily used individually by Air China for some of its domestic flights.
BCIA T3 Designation
Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3 design follows a monstrous dragon, developed by an association of Netherlands Airport Consultants (NACO), UK Architect Foster and Partners and ARUP. The UK lighting architects Speirs + Major designed lighting of the building. However, the insides were created practicing Chinese colors and symbols. It has five surface levels and two below the surface levels. The complex includes the main passenger terminal; a private hall called Terminal 3C, Olympics Hall (Terminal 3D) and a universal concourse (Terminal 3E). However, the structure has an aerodynamic roof. It occupies between the new third runway and the current eastern runway, measuring 2,900 meters (S to N).
Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3 Airbus A380
The terminal has gates and a nearby runway that can manage the Airbus A380. When Singapore Airlines shortly proposed A380 flights to Beijing in August 2008 during the Summer Olympics. Emirates airline has begun its scheduled regular performance to Dubai on 1 August 2010. Lufthansa has been using these amenities for almost six years to wield as far as five A380 links every week. Numerous other airlines soon will turn the A380 out of this terminal, comprising Malaysia Airlines and British Airways.