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Shenzhen Baoan International Airport

Shenzhen Baoan International Airport is one of four aviation cargo transportation centers of China planned by the Civil Aviation Administration of China, possesses international traffic rights of 37 countries and is used by over 20 domestic and foreign airlines. Now Shenzhen Baoan International Airport has opened over 120 domestic and international routes, reaching over 90 domestic and foreign cities (of which cities outside the territory of Chinese mainland include Macao, Singapore, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Anchorage, Chicago, Liège, Osaka, Tokyo, Bangkok, Dubai, Penang, Amsterdam and so on), besides, the scheduled flight at sea between Shenzhen Airport and Hong Kong Airport was open to navigation in September 2003 to realize the transfer of passengers.

Shopping    
Welcome to Airport Name Brand Area, and wish you have a good time! You can find Kaltendin, SUMDEX, French SKAP(1863), ROAMER in the airport.

Lounge A
Lounge A has business retail area of 3182.4m2
a total of 46 commercial outlets, 28 in separation area and 18 outside separation area.
Business retail area in Lounge A was developed fully, enjoys reasonable business layout, brand match and arrangement of items, thick business atmosphere and form comparatively centralized shopping area and recreation area.
Business scope: books & periodicals, cigarette & wine, food, bags, leather goods, garments, jewelry, boutique and daily merchandise.

Lounge B
Lounge B has business retail area of 1197.62 m2
a total of 25 commercial outlets, 14 in separation area (including 2 in international hall) and 11 outside separation area.


Food & Beverage   
Incorporated in May 1991, Shenzhen Airport Food Co., Ltd is a joint-venture enterprise invested by Shenzhen Airport(Group)Co., Ltd, Southern Aviation (Group) Co., Ltd and China Food Extension Co., Ltd which is also a joint venture by Hong Kong Meixin Group and China Aviation Co., Ltd. 

 

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