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Through the Looking Glass – Beijing Capital Airport Then, and Now


For a moment, follow me back in time through the looking glass. Beijing Capital Airport was anything but an international juggernaut in 1988. It was a cold, wind-swept afterthought of an airport, a place populated by Soviet-era (some would insist error) Tupolevs and Ilyushins – with an Iran Air 747SP thrown in for a bit of diversity. The airport, and this reporter, have journeyed far since then. Read about one of the most memorable trips of my life – and see what’s happened to Beijing’s airport since then. It’s now poised to become the busiest on the planet. Read more in my story in Business Traveler by clicking here


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