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Transportation

China's first full-scale air cargo hub opens for business

Ezhou Huahu Airport to become world's No. 4 mover of freight

Ezhou Huahu Airport is expected to process 3.3 million tonnes of cargo a year by 2030. (Photo from SF Holding's social media)

GUANGZHOU -- China's first full-fledged cargo hub airport has begun operations that will connect the country's manufacturing base to the world.

Ezhou Huahu Airport, located in Hubei Province, is expected to process 3.3 million tonnes of freight annually by 2030. It would be the world's fourth-biggest freight hub, based on 2019 numbers.

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