Beijing is getting ready to unveil a brand new airport that’s set to become the world’s largest.
The Beijing Daxing Airport is being built 42 miles south of the Chinese capital. It’s a looming steel infrastructure meant to relieve pressure on Beijing’s existing airport, which opened a new terminal in 2008 ahead of the Olympic games, according to Reuters.
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Beijing broke ground on the project in 2014 under President Xi Jinping.
The Daxing Airport is 42 miles south of Beijing and will be accessible by expressway and high-speed train. Technically, it’s located in the Hebei province, but its proximity to the capital should relieve some stress from Beijing Capital International Airport.