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Macau
Macau
International Airport (IATA: MFM, ICAO: VMMC) (Portuguese: Aeroporto Internacional de Macau), is an international airport in the special administrative region of Macau, situated at the eastern end of Taipa
Taipa
island and neighbouring waters which opened for commercial operations on 9 November 1995, during Portuguese administration of the region. Since then the airport has been a common transfer point for people traveling between the Mainland and Taiwan, as well as a passenger hub for destinations in mainland China
China
and Southeast Asia. During 2006, the airport handled 5 million passengers and 220,000 tonnes of cargo.[6] In 2017 the number of passengers had increased to 7,165,803 which is more than the 6 million pax per year the terminal was designed for.[7][8]

Contents

1 Facilities

1.1 Other tenants

2 Airlines and destinations

2.1 Cargo

3 Statistics

3.1 Annual traffic 3.2 Busiest routes

4 Ground transportation

4.1 Air–sea link 4.2 Bus 4.3 Cross-Border Coach 4.4 Light rail

5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Facilities[edit] The airport's designed capacity is 6,000,000 passengers per year, with processing capacity of up to 2,000 passengers per hour.[citation needed] The airport does not have a night curfew. There are 24 parking spaces for aircraft in the apron, with 5 jetways. There are 10 gates. As in Hong Kong, Macau
Macau
has its own immigration policies and is a separate customs territory from mainland China. All travellers, including those to mainland China
China
and Hong Kong, need to go through the immigration and customs inspections of international flights. The airport's runway was built on a strip of reclaimed land in the sea, adjacent to Taipa
Taipa
Island, where the main terminal and air traffic control facilities are located. The runway is connected to the apron by two causeways. Runway
Runway
34 is ILS CAT II equipped. Navigational and radio aids are located at either end of the runway. Despite its small area, the airport is capable of handling Boeing 747s and Antonov 124s, which forms a vital freight link between local manufacturers and overseas markets. Its catering facility can produce up to 10,000 meals per day. Other tenants[edit]

Macau
Macau
Customs Service (Independent department under Secretariat for Security of Macau) Macau
Macau
Immigration Department/Services (Public Security Police Force of Macau) Macau
Macau
Business Aviation Centre Servair
Servair
Macau Menzies Macau

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations

AirAsia Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur–International

Air Busan Busan

Air China Wuhan

Air Macau Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Changzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Da Nang, Fukuoka, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Hefei, Kaohsiung, Nanjing, Nanning, Ningbo, Osaka–Kansai, Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong, Seoul–Incheon, Taiyuan, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tianjin, Tokyo–Narita, Xiamen, Zhengzhou

Bassaka Air Phnom Penh

Beijing Capital Airlines Beijing–Capital

Cambodia Angkor Air Charter: Sihanoukville

Cebu Pacific Clark, Manila

China
China
Eastern Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong

China Eastern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
operated by Shanghai Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai-Pudong[9]

EVA Air Kaohsiung, Taichung, Taipei–Taoyuan

Far Eastern Air Transport Kaohsiung[10]

Hainan Airlines Haikou

Indonesia AirAsia Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta

Jeju Air Seoul–Incheon

Jin Air Seoul–Incheon

Juneyao Airlines Shanghai–Pudong

JC International Airlines Phnom Penh, Siem Reap

Lanmei Airlines Palau, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville

Lion Air Charter: Manado

Palau Pacific Airways Charter: Palau

Philippine Airlines Manila

Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia Cebu, Manila

Royal Flight Seasonal charter: Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Saint Petersburg

Scoot Singapore

Shenzhen Airlines Wuxi

Siam Air Bangkok–Don Mueang[11]

Spring Airlines Hangzhou, Harbin, Shanghai–Pudong

Thai AirAsia Bangkok–Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Pattaya–U-Tapao, Phuket

Tigerair Taiwan Kaohsiung,[12] Taichung,[13] Taipei–Taoyuan

T'way Airlines Seoul–Incheon

VietJet Air Da Nang

XiamenAir Dalian, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Quanzhou, Tianjin, Xiamen

Cargo[edit]

Airlines Destinations

MASKargo Kuala Lumpur–International[14]

Statistics[edit] Annual traffic[edit]

Year Passengers[15][16] Airfreight (kg)[17][18] Aircraft operations

1995 43,642 127,606 662

1996 1,300,936 25,043,358 13,386

1997 1,952,578 45,540,468 19,837

1998 2,214,487 65,166,798 24,015

1999 2,640,111 53,117,516 23,861

2000 3,239,428 68,084,076 28,692

2001 3,805,306 76,075,513 32,506

2002 4,171,703 111,267,673 37,564

2003 2,905,566 141,294,285 31,293

2004 3,714,259 220,828,358 40,506

2005 4,247,742 227,232,634 45,004

2006 4,976,093 220,572,754 51,049

2007 5,498,878 180,935,284 53,386

2008 5,097,802 167,767,412 49,764

2009 4,250,249 49,995,119 40,601

2010 4,078,836 52,165,711 37,148

2011 4,045,014 39,523,531 38,946

2012 4,491,065 27,794,488 41,997

2013 5,027,059 26,464,881 48,950

2014 5,481,441 28,767,407 52,559

2015 5,831,459 30,058,277 55,720

2016 6,628,555 32,891,452 56,932

Busiest routes[edit]

Ranking Airport Weekly departures Seating capacity Carrier(s)

1 Taipei–Taoyuan 84

Air Macau, Eva Air, TransAsia Airways, Tigerair Taiwan

2 Seoul–Incheon 40

Air Macau, Air Seoul, Jeju Air, Jin Air, T'way Airlines

3 Kaohsiung 33

Air Macau, Eva Air, Far Eastern Air Transport, Tigerair Taiwan

4 Shanghai–Pudong 30

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Spring Airlines, Juneyao Airlines

5= Shanghai–Hongqiao 28

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines

5= Bangkok–Don Mueang 28

Thai AirAsia

5= Da Nang 28

Air Macau, Vietnam
Vietnam
Airlines, Jetstar Pacific Airlines

5= Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi 28

Air Macau, Thai Smile

9= Beijing–Capital 21

Air Macau

9= Hangzhou 21

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

11 Kuala Lumpur–International 17

AirAsia

12 Manila 16

Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia

13 Xiamen 14

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

14 Singapore-Changi 12

Scoot

15 Tianjin-Binhai 11

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

Ground transportation[edit] The airport is connected by public transit bus routes, taxis, private cars and regional coach services. Air–sea link[edit] For transfer passengers to China
China
or Hong Kong, a "two customs, one checkpoint" service is provided. Passengers can use a bus shuttle directly from the airport to the New Macau
Macau
Ferry Terminal or the Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal without passing Macau
Macau
immigration. Bus[edit] Towards Macau
Macau
Peninsula, Taipa, Cotai
Cotai
and Coloane

Transmac
Transmac
routes:

26 - Rua Norte do Patane/Bacia Norte do Patane AP1 - Portas do Cerco

T.C.M. routes:

N2 - Bacia Norte do Patane/ Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal (Night only)

Nova Era routes:

36 MT1

Cross-Border Coach[edit] Cross-Border Coach connects Macau
Macau
International Airport with mainland locations like Huadao, Guangzhou, Panyu, Dongguan, Gongbei Port of Entry and Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. The "two customs, once checkpoint" service is also available to the Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. Light rail[edit] Macau
Macau
Light Rail Transit will be located at the Avenida Wai Long, Airport Station is close to Macau
Macau
International Airport. In addition, the seamless connection between the Station and the footbridge allows passengers to access the Airport and the hotels nearby.[19] See also[edit]

Macau
Macau
portal Aviation portal 1990s portal

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau
Macau
SAR

References[edit]

^ "旅客吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "航班升降架次統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "貨運吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ Macau
Macau
International Airport Archived 8 September 2012 at WebCite, official site ^ "MIA Passenger Volume Hit Record High Creating a New Starting Point - Macau
Macau
International Airport". www.macau-airport.com. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Macau
Macau
2007 Yearbook. Government Information Bureau of the Macau
Macau
SAR. 2007. ISBN 978-99937-56-09-5.  ^ "CAM: Traffic Statistics". Macau
Macau
International Airport. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ "MIA: Airport History". Airport Information Management Solutions Ltd. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/277576/shanghai-airlines-adds-shanghai-pu-dong-macau-from-march-2018/ ^ "FAT suspends Macau
Macau
service June - Aug 2017". Airline Route. 10 May 2017. Retrieved 10 May 2017.  ^ " Siam Air
Siam Air
Winter Flight Schedules". Archived from the original on 22 December 2015.  ^ "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
to Start Macau
Macau
Service from Dec 2014". Airline Route. 2 December 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014.  ^ 2017, UBM (UK) Ltd. "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
adds Taichung – Macau
Macau
service in S17". Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ http://menziesaviation.com/news/menzies-macau-welcomes-maskargo-as-a-new-cargo-customer/ ^ "Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 6 October 2014. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 20 September 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "澳門特別行政區政府 運輸基建辦公室 - Gabinete para as Infra-estruturas de Transportes Governo da R.A.E.M." 

External links[edit] Media related to Macau
Macau
International Airport at Wikimedia Commons

Current weather for VMMC at NOAA/NWS Accident history for MFM at Aviation Safety Network

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Taipa
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(Freguesia de Nossa Senhora do Carmo)

Schools

Macau
Macau
Anglican College Escola Dom João Paulino Fong Chong School of Taipa Hou Kong Middle School Macau
Macau
Affiliated English School International School of Macao Macau
Macau
Pooi To Middle School Pui Va Middle School Macao Sam Yuk Middle School School of the Nations Affiliated School of the University of Macau

Transport

Macau
Macau
International Airport Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal

Landmarks

Altira Macau Church of Our Lady of Carmel Cunha Street Macau
Macau
Olympic Aquatic Centre Macau
Macau
Stadium Museum of Taipa
Taipa
and Coloane
Coloane
History Taipa
Taipa
Houses–Museum

University of Macau, previously in Taipa, is now on Hengqin
Hengqin
Island in a Macau-exclusive zone

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Macau
Macau
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Heliport

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Northeast

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Southwest

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Under construction

Ankang Fuqiang Bazhong Beijing Daxing Chengdu Tianfu Chenzhou Dalian Jinzhouwan Danzhou Garze Heze Honghe Jiaxing Lishui Luzhou Yunlong Nagqu Qilian Qingdao Jiaodong Sanya Hongtangwan Shangqiu Shaoguan Suifenhe Tumxuk Wuhu Xuancheng Wulong Wushan Wuzhou Xijiang Xiamen Xiang'an Xiangxi Xingtai Xinyang Yibin Wuliangye Yueyang Yutian Zhaosu

Defunct

Anyang Bengbu Chongqing Baishiyi Chongqing Guangyangba Datong Huairen Ganzhou (former) Guangzhou
Guangzhou
(former) Guilin Qifengling Hangzhou Jianqiao Hanzhong Xiguan Hefei Luogang Hengyang Bajialing Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Kai Tak Jilin Jingzhou Jinzhou Xiaolingzi Kunming Wujiaba Liangping Nanjing Dajiaochang Qiemo (former) Qinhuangdao Shanhaiguan Shanghai Jiangwan Shanghai Longhua Shantou Waisha Suzhou Wuhu Wanli Xi'an Xiguan Yantai Laishan Yulin Xisha

Note: italic indicates international airports

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Macau
Macau
International Airport (IATA: MFM, ICAO: VMMC) (Portuguese: Aeroporto Internacional de Macau), is an international airport in the special administrative region of Macau, situated at the eastern end of Taipa
Taipa
island and neighbouring waters which opened for commercial operations on 9 November 1995, during Portuguese administration of the region. Since then the airport has been a common transfer point for people traveling between the Mainland and Taiwan, as well as a passenger hub for destinations in mainland China
China
and Southeast Asia. During 2006, the airport handled 5 million passengers and 220,000 tonnes of cargo.[6] In 2017 the number of passengers had increased to 7,165,803 which is more than the 6 million pax per year the terminal was designed for.[7][8]

Contents

1 Facilities

1.1 Other tenants

2 Airlines and destinations

2.1 Cargo

3 Statistics

3.1 Annual traffic 3.2 Busiest routes

4 Ground transportation

4.1 Air–sea link 4.2 Bus 4.3 Cross-Border Coach 4.4 Light rail

5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Facilities[edit] The airport's designed capacity is 6,000,000 passengers per year, with processing capacity of up to 2,000 passengers per hour.[citation needed] The airport does not have a night curfew. There are 24 parking spaces for aircraft in the apron, with 5 jetways. There are 10 gates. As in Hong Kong, Macau
Macau
has its own immigration policies and is a separate customs territory from mainland China. All travellers, including those to mainland China
China
and Hong Kong, need to go through the immigration and customs inspections of international flights. The airport's runway was built on a strip of reclaimed land in the sea, adjacent to Taipa
Taipa
Island, where the main terminal and air traffic control facilities are located. The runway is connected to the apron by two causeways. Runway
Runway
34 is ILS CAT II equipped. Navigational and radio aids are located at either end of the runway. Despite its small area, the airport is capable of handling Boeing 747s and Antonov 124s, which forms a vital freight link between local manufacturers and overseas markets. Its catering facility can produce up to 10,000 meals per day. Other tenants[edit]

Macau
Macau
Customs Service (Independent department under Secretariat for Security of Macau) Macau
Macau
Immigration Department/Services (Public Security Police Force of Macau) Macau
Macau
Business Aviation Centre Servair
Servair
Macau Menzies Macau

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations

AirAsia Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur–International

Air Busan Busan

Air China Wuhan

Air Macau Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Changzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Da Nang, Fukuoka, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Hefei, Kaohsiung, Nanjing, Nanning, Ningbo, Osaka–Kansai, Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong, Seoul–Incheon, Taiyuan, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tianjin, Tokyo–Narita, Xiamen, Zhengzhou

Bassaka Air Phnom Penh

Beijing Capital Airlines Beijing–Capital

Cambodia Angkor Air Charter: Sihanoukville

Cebu Pacific Clark, Manila

China
China
Eastern Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong

China Eastern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
operated by Shanghai Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai-Pudong[9]

EVA Air Kaohsiung, Taichung, Taipei–Taoyuan

Far Eastern Air Transport Kaohsiung[10]

Hainan Airlines Haikou

Indonesia AirAsia Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta

Jeju Air Seoul–Incheon

Jin Air Seoul–Incheon

Juneyao Airlines Shanghai–Pudong

JC International Airlines Phnom Penh, Siem Reap

Lanmei Airlines Palau, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville

Lion Air Charter: Manado

Palau Pacific Airways Charter: Palau

Philippine Airlines Manila

Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia Cebu, Manila

Royal Flight Seasonal charter: Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Saint Petersburg

Scoot Singapore

Shenzhen Airlines Wuxi

Siam Air Bangkok–Don Mueang[11]

Spring Airlines Hangzhou, Harbin, Shanghai–Pudong

Thai AirAsia Bangkok–Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Pattaya–U-Tapao, Phuket

Tigerair Taiwan Kaohsiung,[12] Taichung,[13] Taipei–Taoyuan

T'way Airlines Seoul–Incheon

VietJet Air Da Nang

XiamenAir Dalian, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Quanzhou, Tianjin, Xiamen

Cargo[edit]

Airlines Destinations

MASKargo Kuala Lumpur–International[14]

Statistics[edit] Annual traffic[edit]

Year Passengers[15][16] Airfreight (kg)[17][18] Aircraft operations

1995 43,642 127,606 662

1996 1,300,936 25,043,358 13,386

1997 1,952,578 45,540,468 19,837

1998 2,214,487 65,166,798 24,015

1999 2,640,111 53,117,516 23,861

2000 3,239,428 68,084,076 28,692

2001 3,805,306 76,075,513 32,506

2002 4,171,703 111,267,673 37,564

2003 2,905,566 141,294,285 31,293

2004 3,714,259 220,828,358 40,506

2005 4,247,742 227,232,634 45,004

2006 4,976,093 220,572,754 51,049

2007 5,498,878 180,935,284 53,386

2008 5,097,802 167,767,412 49,764

2009 4,250,249 49,995,119 40,601

2010 4,078,836 52,165,711 37,148

2011 4,045,014 39,523,531 38,946

2012 4,491,065 27,794,488 41,997

2013 5,027,059 26,464,881 48,950

2014 5,481,441 28,767,407 52,559

2015 5,831,459 30,058,277 55,720

2016 6,628,555 32,891,452 56,932

Busiest routes[edit]

Ranking Airport Weekly departures Seating capacity Carrier(s)

1 Taipei–Taoyuan 84

Air Macau, Eva Air, TransAsia Airways, Tigerair Taiwan

2 Seoul–Incheon 40

Air Macau, Air Seoul, Jeju Air, Jin Air, T'way Airlines

3 Kaohsiung 33

Air Macau, Eva Air, Far Eastern Air Transport, Tigerair Taiwan

4 Shanghai–Pudong 30

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Spring Airlines, Juneyao Airlines

5= Shanghai–Hongqiao 28

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines

5= Bangkok–Don Mueang 28

Thai AirAsia

5= Da Nang 28

Air Macau, Vietnam
Vietnam
Airlines, Jetstar Pacific Airlines

5= Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi 28

Air Macau, Thai Smile

9= Beijing–Capital 21

Air Macau

9= Hangzhou 21

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

11 Kuala Lumpur–International 17

AirAsia

12 Manila 16

Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia

13 Xiamen 14

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

14 Singapore-Changi 12

Scoot

15 Tianjin-Binhai 11

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

Ground transportation[edit] The airport is connected by public transit bus routes, taxis, private cars and regional coach services. Air–sea link[edit] For transfer passengers to China
China
or Hong Kong, a "two customs, one checkpoint" service is provided. Passengers can use a bus shuttle directly from the airport to the New Macau
Macau
Ferry Terminal or the Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal without passing Macau
Macau
immigration. Bus[edit] Towards Macau
Macau
Peninsula, Taipa, Cotai
Cotai
and Coloane

Transmac
Transmac
routes:

26 - Rua Norte do Patane/Bacia Norte do Patane AP1 - Portas do Cerco

T.C.M. routes:

N2 - Bacia Norte do Patane/ Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal (Night only)

Nova Era routes:

36 MT1

Cross-Border Coach[edit] Cross-Border Coach connects Macau
Macau
International Airport with mainland locations like Huadao, Guangzhou, Panyu, Dongguan, Gongbei Port of Entry and Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. The "two customs, once checkpoint" service is also available to the Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. Light rail[edit] Macau
Macau
Light Rail Transit will be located at the Avenida Wai Long, Airport Station is close to Macau
Macau
International Airport. In addition, the seamless connection between the Station and the footbridge allows passengers to access the Airport and the hotels nearby.[19] See also[edit]

Macau
Macau
portal Aviation portal 1990s portal

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau
Macau
SAR

References[edit]

^ "旅客吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "航班升降架次統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "貨運吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ Macau
Macau
International Airport Archived 8 September 2012 at WebCite, official site ^ "MIA Passenger Volume Hit Record High Creating a New Starting Point - Macau
Macau
International Airport". www.macau-airport.com. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Macau
Macau
2007 Yearbook. Government Information Bureau of the Macau
Macau
SAR. 2007. ISBN 978-99937-56-09-5.  ^ "CAM: Traffic Statistics". Macau
Macau
International Airport. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ "MIA: Airport History". Airport Information Management Solutions Ltd. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/277576/shanghai-airlines-adds-shanghai-pu-dong-macau-from-march-2018/ ^ "FAT suspends Macau
Macau
service June - Aug 2017". Airline Route. 10 May 2017. Retrieved 10 May 2017.  ^ " Siam Air
Siam Air
Winter Flight Schedules". Archived from the original on 22 December 2015.  ^ "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
to Start Macau
Macau
Service from Dec 2014". Airline Route. 2 December 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014.  ^ 2017, UBM (UK) Ltd. "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
adds Taichung – Macau
Macau
service in S17". Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ http://menziesaviation.com/news/menzies-macau-welcomes-maskargo-as-a-new-cargo-customer/ ^ "Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 6 October 2014. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 20 September 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "澳門特別行政區政府 運輸基建辦公室 - Gabinete para as Infra-estruturas de Transportes Governo da R.A.E.M." 

External links[edit] Media related to Macau
Macau
International Airport at Wikimedia Commons

Current weather for VMMC at NOAA/NWS Accident history for MFM at Aviation Safety Network

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Macau
Anglican College Escola Dom João Paulino Fong Chong School of Taipa Hou Kong Middle School Macau
Macau
Affiliated English School International School of Macao Macau
Macau
Pooi To Middle School Pui Va Middle School Macao Sam Yuk Middle School School of the Nations Affiliated School of the University of Macau

Transport

Macau
Macau
International Airport Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal

Landmarks

Altira Macau Church of Our Lady of Carmel Cunha Street Macau
Macau
Olympic Aquatic Centre Macau
Macau
Stadium Museum of Taipa
Taipa
and Coloane
Coloane
History Taipa
Taipa
Houses–Museum

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Aksu Altay Ankang Bole Delingha Dunhuang Fuyun Gannan Golmud Golog Guyuan Hami Hanzhong Hotan Huatugou Jiayuguan Jinchang Kanas Karamay Kashgar Korla Kuqa Lanzhou Longnan Qiemo Qingyang Ruoqiang Shache Shihezi Tacheng Tianshui Turpan Ürümqi Xi'an Xining Xinyuan Yan'an Yinchuan Yining Yulin Yushu Zhangye Zhongwei

Under construction

Ankang Fuqiang Bazhong Beijing Daxing Chengdu Tianfu Chenzhou Dalian Jinzhouwan Danzhou Garze Heze Honghe Jiaxing Lishui Luzhou Yunlong Nagqu Qilian Qingdao Jiaodong Sanya Hongtangwan Shangqiu Shaoguan Suifenhe Tumxuk Wuhu Xuancheng Wulong Wushan Wuzhou Xijiang Xiamen Xiang'an Xiangxi Xingtai Xinyang Yibin Wuliangye Yueyang Yutian Zhaosu

Defunct

Anyang Bengbu Chongqing Baishiyi Chongqing Guangyangba Datong Huairen Ganzhou (former) Guangzhou
Guangzhou
(former) Guilin Qifengling Hangzhou Jianqiao Hanzhong Xiguan Hefei Luogang Hengyang Bajialing Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Kai Tak Jilin Jingzhou Jinzhou Xiaolingzi Kunming Wujiaba Liangping Nanjing Dajiaochang Qiemo (former) Qinhuangdao Shanhaiguan Shanghai Jiangwan Shanghai Longhua Shantou Waisha Suzhou Wuhu Wanli Xi'an Xiguan Yantai Laishan Yulin Xisha

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Macau
Macau
International Airport (IATA: MFM, ICAO: VMMC) (Portuguese: Aeroporto Internacional de Macau), is an international airport in the special administrative region of Macau, situated at the eastern end of Taipa
Taipa
island and neighbouring waters which opened for commercial operations on 9 November 1995, during Portuguese administration of the region. Since then the airport has been a common transfer point for people traveling between the Mainland and Taiwan, as well as a passenger hub for destinations in mainland China
China
and Southeast Asia. During 2006, the airport handled 5 million passengers and 220,000 tonnes of cargo.[6] In 2017 the number of passengers had increased to 7,165,803 which is more than the 6 million pax per year the terminal was designed for.[7][8]

Contents

1 Facilities

1.1 Other tenants

2 Airlines and destinations

2.1 Cargo

3 Statistics

3.1 Annual traffic 3.2 Busiest routes

4 Ground transportation

4.1 Air–sea link 4.2 Bus 4.3 Cross-Border Coach 4.4 Light rail

5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Facilities[edit] The airport's designed capacity is 6,000,000 passengers per year, with processing capacity of up to 2,000 passengers per hour.[citation needed] The airport does not have a night curfew. There are 24 parking spaces for aircraft in the apron, with 5 jetways. There are 10 gates. As in Hong Kong, Macau
Macau
has its own immigration policies and is a separate customs territory from mainland China. All travellers, including those to mainland China
China
and Hong Kong, need to go through the immigration and customs inspections of international flights. The airport's runway was built on a strip of reclaimed land in the sea, adjacent to Taipa
Taipa
Island, where the main terminal and air traffic control facilities are located. The runway is connected to the apron by two causeways. Runway
Runway
34 is ILS CAT II equipped. Navigational and radio aids are located at either end of the runway. Despite its small area, the airport is capable of handling Boeing 747s and Antonov 124s, which forms a vital freight link between local manufacturers and overseas markets. Its catering facility can produce up to 10,000 meals per day. Other tenants[edit]

Macau
Macau
Customs Service (Independent department under Secretariat for Security of Macau) Macau
Macau
Immigration Department/Services (Public Security Police Force of Macau) Macau
Macau
Business Aviation Centre Servair
Servair
Macau Menzies Macau

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations

AirAsia Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur–International

Air Busan Busan

Air China Wuhan

Air Macau Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Changzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Da Nang, Fukuoka, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Hefei, Kaohsiung, Nanjing, Nanning, Ningbo, Osaka–Kansai, Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong, Seoul–Incheon, Taiyuan, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tianjin, Tokyo–Narita, Xiamen, Zhengzhou

Bassaka Air Phnom Penh

Beijing Capital Airlines Beijing–Capital

Cambodia Angkor Air Charter: Sihanoukville

Cebu Pacific Clark, Manila

China
China
Eastern Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong

China Eastern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
operated by Shanghai Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai-Pudong[9]

EVA Air Kaohsiung, Taichung, Taipei–Taoyuan

Far Eastern Air Transport Kaohsiung[10]

Hainan Airlines Haikou

Indonesia AirAsia Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta

Jeju Air Seoul–Incheon

Jin Air Seoul–Incheon

Juneyao Airlines Shanghai–Pudong

JC International Airlines Phnom Penh, Siem Reap

Lanmei Airlines Palau, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville

Lion Air Charter: Manado

Palau Pacific Airways Charter: Palau

Philippine Airlines Manila

Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia Cebu, Manila

Royal Flight Seasonal charter: Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Saint Petersburg

Scoot Singapore

Shenzhen Airlines Wuxi

Siam Air Bangkok–Don Mueang[11]

Spring Airlines Hangzhou, Harbin, Shanghai–Pudong

Thai AirAsia Bangkok–Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Pattaya–U-Tapao, Phuket

Tigerair Taiwan Kaohsiung,[12] Taichung,[13] Taipei–Taoyuan

T'way Airlines Seoul–Incheon

VietJet Air Da Nang

XiamenAir Dalian, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Quanzhou, Tianjin, Xiamen

Cargo[edit]

Airlines Destinations

MASKargo Kuala Lumpur–International[14]

Statistics[edit] Annual traffic[edit]

Year Passengers[15][16] Airfreight (kg)[17][18] Aircraft operations

1995 43,642 127,606 662

1996 1,300,936 25,043,358 13,386

1997 1,952,578 45,540,468 19,837

1998 2,214,487 65,166,798 24,015

1999 2,640,111 53,117,516 23,861

2000 3,239,428 68,084,076 28,692

2001 3,805,306 76,075,513 32,506

2002 4,171,703 111,267,673 37,564

2003 2,905,566 141,294,285 31,293

2004 3,714,259 220,828,358 40,506

2005 4,247,742 227,232,634 45,004

2006 4,976,093 220,572,754 51,049

2007 5,498,878 180,935,284 53,386

2008 5,097,802 167,767,412 49,764

2009 4,250,249 49,995,119 40,601

2010 4,078,836 52,165,711 37,148

2011 4,045,014 39,523,531 38,946

2012 4,491,065 27,794,488 41,997

2013 5,027,059 26,464,881 48,950

2014 5,481,441 28,767,407 52,559

2015 5,831,459 30,058,277 55,720

2016 6,628,555 32,891,452 56,932

Busiest routes[edit]

Ranking Airport Weekly departures Seating capacity Carrier(s)

1 Taipei–Taoyuan 84

Air Macau, Eva Air, TransAsia Airways, Tigerair Taiwan

2 Seoul–Incheon 40

Air Macau, Air Seoul, Jeju Air, Jin Air, T'way Airlines

3 Kaohsiung 33

Air Macau, Eva Air, Far Eastern Air Transport, Tigerair Taiwan

4 Shanghai–Pudong 30

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Spring Airlines, Juneyao Airlines

5= Shanghai–Hongqiao 28

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines

5= Bangkok–Don Mueang 28

Thai AirAsia

5= Da Nang 28

Air Macau, Vietnam
Vietnam
Airlines, Jetstar Pacific Airlines

5= Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi 28

Air Macau, Thai Smile

9= Beijing–Capital 21

Air Macau

9= Hangzhou 21

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

11 Kuala Lumpur–International 17

AirAsia

12 Manila 16

Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia

13 Xiamen 14

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

14 Singapore-Changi 12

Scoot

15 Tianjin-Binhai 11

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

Ground transportation[edit] The airport is connected by public transit bus routes, taxis, private cars and regional coach services. Air–sea link[edit] For transfer passengers to China
China
or Hong Kong, a "two customs, one checkpoint" service is provided. Passengers can use a bus shuttle directly from the airport to the New Macau
Macau
Ferry Terminal or the Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal without passing Macau
Macau
immigration. Bus[edit] Towards Macau
Macau
Peninsula, Taipa, Cotai
Cotai
and Coloane

Transmac
Transmac
routes:

26 - Rua Norte do Patane/Bacia Norte do Patane AP1 - Portas do Cerco

T.C.M. routes:

N2 - Bacia Norte do Patane/ Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal (Night only)

Nova Era routes:

36 MT1

Cross-Border Coach[edit] Cross-Border Coach connects Macau
Macau
International Airport with mainland locations like Huadao, Guangzhou, Panyu, Dongguan, Gongbei Port of Entry and Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. The "two customs, once checkpoint" service is also available to the Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. Light rail[edit] Macau
Macau
Light Rail Transit will be located at the Avenida Wai Long, Airport Station is close to Macau
Macau
International Airport. In addition, the seamless connection between the Station and the footbridge allows passengers to access the Airport and the hotels nearby.[19] See also[edit]

Macau
Macau
portal Aviation portal 1990s portal

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau
Macau
SAR

References[edit]

^ "旅客吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "航班升降架次統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "貨運吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ Macau
Macau
International Airport Archived 8 September 2012 at WebCite, official site ^ "MIA Passenger Volume Hit Record High Creating a New Starting Point - Macau
Macau
International Airport". www.macau-airport.com. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Macau
Macau
2007 Yearbook. Government Information Bureau of the Macau
Macau
SAR. 2007. ISBN 978-99937-56-09-5.  ^ "CAM: Traffic Statistics". Macau
Macau
International Airport. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ "MIA: Airport History". Airport Information Management Solutions Ltd. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/277576/shanghai-airlines-adds-shanghai-pu-dong-macau-from-march-2018/ ^ "FAT suspends Macau
Macau
service June - Aug 2017". Airline Route. 10 May 2017. Retrieved 10 May 2017.  ^ " Siam Air
Siam Air
Winter Flight Schedules". Archived from the original on 22 December 2015.  ^ "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
to Start Macau
Macau
Service from Dec 2014". Airline Route. 2 December 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014.  ^ 2017, UBM (UK) Ltd. "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
adds Taichung – Macau
Macau
service in S17". Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ http://menziesaviation.com/news/menzies-macau-welcomes-maskargo-as-a-new-cargo-customer/ ^ "Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 6 October 2014. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 20 September 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "澳門特別行政區政府 運輸基建辦公室 - Gabinete para as Infra-estruturas de Transportes Governo da R.A.E.M." 

External links[edit] Media related to Macau
Macau
International Airport at Wikimedia Commons

Current weather for VMMC at NOAA/NWS Accident history for MFM at Aviation Safety Network

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Taipa
Taipa
(Freguesia de Nossa Senhora do Carmo)

Schools

Macau
Macau
Anglican College Escola Dom João Paulino Fong Chong School of Taipa Hou Kong Middle School Macau
Macau
Affiliated English School International School of Macao Macau
Macau
Pooi To Middle School Pui Va Middle School Macao Sam Yuk Middle School School of the Nations Affiliated School of the University of Macau

Transport

Macau
Macau
International Airport Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal

Landmarks

Altira Macau Church of Our Lady of Carmel Cunha Street Macau
Macau
Olympic Aquatic Centre Macau
Macau
Stadium Museum of Taipa
Taipa
and Coloane
Coloane
History Taipa
Taipa
Houses–Museum

University of Macau, previously in Taipa, is now on Hengqin
Hengqin
Island in a Macau-exclusive zone

v t e

Airports in Macau

Macau
Macau
International Macau
Macau
Heliport

v t e

Airports in China

Civil aviation in China

North

Alxa Left Alxa Right Arxan Baotou Bayannur Beijing Capital Beijing Nanyuan Changzhi Chengde Chifeng Datong Ejin Erenhot Handan Hohhot Holingol Hulunbuir Hailar Linfen Lüliang Manzhouli Ordos Qinhuangdao Shijiazhuang Taiyuan Tangshan Tianjin Tongliao Ulanhot Ulanqab Wuhai Xilinhot Xinzhou Yuncheng Zhalantun Zhangjiakou

Northeast

Anshan Baicheng Changbaishan Changchun Changhai Chaoyang Dalian Dandong Daqing Fuyuan Harbin Heihe Jiagedaqi Jiamusi Jiansanjiang Jinzhou Jixi Mohe Mudanjiang Qiqihar Shenyang Songyuan Tonghua Wudalianchi Yanji Yichun Lindu Yingkou

East

Anqing Changzhou Chizhou Dongying Fuyang Fuzhou Ganzhou Hangzhou Hefei Huai'an Huangshan Ji'an Jinan Jingdezhen Jining Jiujiang Lianyungang Linyi Longyan Nanchang Nanjing Nantong Ningbo Qingdao Quanzhou Quzhou Rizhao Sanming Shanghai Hongqiao Shanghai Pudong Shangrao Sunan (Wuxi/Suzhou) Taizhou Luqiao Weifang Weihai Wenzhou Wuyishan Xiamen Xuzhou Yancheng Yangzhou/Taizhou Yantai Yichun Mingyueshan Yiwu Zhoushan

South Central

Baise Beihai Changde Changsha Enshi Foshan Guangzhou Guilin Haikou Hechi Hengyang Hong Kong Huaihua Huizhou Jieyang Liuzhou Luoyang Macau Meizhou Nanning Nanyang Qionghai Sanya Shaoyang Shennongjia Shenzhen Shiyan Wuhan Wuzhou Xiangyang Yichang Yongxing Island Yongzhou Zhangjiajie Zhanjiang Zhengzhou Zhuhai

Southwest

Anshun Baoshan Bijie Cangyuan Chengdu Chongqing Dali Daocheng Dazhou Dehong Mangshi Diqing Shangri-La Guangyuan Guiyang Hongyuan Jiuzhaigou Kaili Kangding Kunming Lancang Lhasa Libo Lijiang Lincang Liping Liupanshui Luzhou Mianyang Nanchong Ngari Ninglang Nyingchi Panzhihua Pu'er Qamdo Qianjiang Shigatse Tengchong Tongren Wanzhou Wenshan Xichang Xingyi Xishuangbanna Yibin Zhaotong Zunyi Maotai Zunyi Xinzhou

Northwest

Aksu Altay Ankang Bole Delingha Dunhuang Fuyun Gannan Golmud Golog Guyuan Hami Hanzhong Hotan Huatugou Jiayuguan Jinchang Kanas Karamay Kashgar Korla Kuqa Lanzhou Longnan Qiemo Qingyang Ruoqiang Shache Shihezi Tacheng Tianshui Turpan Ürümqi Xi'an Xining Xinyuan Yan'an Yinchuan Yining Yulin Yushu Zhangye Zhongwei

Under construction

Ankang Fuqiang Bazhong Beijing Daxing Chengdu Tianfu Chenzhou Dalian Jinzhouwan Danzhou Garze Heze Honghe Jiaxing Lishui Luzhou Yunlong Nagqu Qilian Qingdao Jiaodong Sanya Hongtangwan Shangqiu Shaoguan Suifenhe Tumxuk Wuhu Xuancheng Wulong Wushan Wuzhou Xijiang Xiamen Xiang'an Xiangxi Xingtai Xinyang Yibin Wuliangye Yueyang Yutian Zhaosu

Defunct

Anyang Bengbu Chongqing Baishiyi Chongqing Guangyangba Datong Huairen Ganzhou (former) Guangzhou
Guangzhou
(former) Guilin Qifengling Hangzhou Jianqiao Hanzhong Xiguan Hefei Luogang Hengyang Bajialing Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Kai Tak Jilin Jingzhou Jinzhou Xiaolingzi Kunming Wujiaba Liangping Nanjing Dajiaochang Qiemo (former) Qinhuangdao Shanhaiguan Shanghai Jiangwan Shanghai Longhua Shantou Waisha Suzhou Wuhu Wanli Xi'an Xiguan Yantai Laishan Yulin Xisha

Note: italic indicates international airports

v t e

Transport in China

History Proposed public transport

Government agencies

Ministry of Transport State Railways Administration Civil Aviation Administration China
China
Maritime Safety Administration China
China
National Space Administration

Road

Expressways (NTHS) China
China
National Highways Road numbering Rules (Road safety law) Licence plates AH1 Gallery road Zhongshan Road Automotive industry Driving License

Rail

History

Eastern-Qing South Manchuria Narrow-gauge

Passenger rail China
China
Railway

China
China
Railway High-speed

High-speed

Beijing–Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong Beijing–Shanghai Beijing–Harbin Hangzhou–Fuzhou–Shenzhen

Lines

Beijing–Harbin Beijing–Shanghai Beijing–Kowloon Beijing–Guangzhou Lanzhou–Lianyungang Lanzhou–Xinjiang Lhasa–Xigazê Qinghai–Tibet

Locomotives Stations Rapid transit systems Maglev

Water

Ports

Chongqing Dalian Guangzhou Lianyungang Ningbo Qingdao Rizhao Shanghai

Yangshan

Shenzhen Suzhou Tangshan Tianjin Xiamen Yingkou Hong Kong*

Canals

Grand Canal Lingqu Red Flag Canal Zhengguo Canal

Industry

Shipping industry China
China
Shipbuilding Industry Corporation China
China
State Shipbuilding Corporation Ship lifts

Aviation

Major airlines

Air China Cathay Pacific* (Dragonair*) China
China
Southern Airlines China
China
Eastern Airlines Hainan Airlines Shandong Airlines Shanghai Airlines Shenzhen Airlines Sichuan Airlines Xiamen Airlines

Airports

By traffic Major Airports: Beijing Capital Chengdu Shuangliu Guangzhou
Guangzhou
Baiyun Hong Kong* Shenzhen Bao'an Shanghai Pudong Shanghai Hongqiao

Industry

Aviation Industry Corporation of China China
China
International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition Comac

Space

Spaceports Space program

Other topics

Transport by province / city Bridges Tunnels Chinese New Year Transit Disasters

Category Economy Communications * in / related to the special administrative regions

v t e

Public transportation in Western Yuegang'ao Greater Bay Area (GD · MO)

Zhuhai Tram

Lines in operation

T1

Under construction

T1 (Phase II) T2

Under planning

T3

Macau
Macau
LRT

Under construction

Macau– Taipa
Taipa
Line (Phase I)

Under planning

Macau– Taipa
Taipa
Line (Phase II) Seac Pai Van and Coloane
Coloane
Line Hengqin
Hengqin
Branch Line Hong Kong–Zhuhai– Macau
Macau
Bridge Line

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Macau
Macau
International Airport (IATA: MFM, ICAO: VMMC) (Portuguese: Aeroporto Internacional de Macau), is an international airport in the special administrative region of Macau, situated at the eastern end of Taipa
Taipa
island and neighbouring waters which opened for commercial operations on 9 November 1995, during Portuguese administration of the region. Since then the airport has been a common transfer point for people traveling between the Mainland and Taiwan, as well as a passenger hub for destinations in mainland China
China
and Southeast Asia. During 2006, the airport handled 5 million passengers and 220,000 tonnes of cargo.[6] In 2017 the number of passengers had increased to 7,165,803 which is more than the 6 million pax per year the terminal was designed for.[7][8]

Contents

1 Facilities

1.1 Other tenants

2 Airlines and destinations

2.1 Cargo

3 Statistics

3.1 Annual traffic 3.2 Busiest routes

4 Ground transportation

4.1 Air–sea link 4.2 Bus 4.3 Cross-Border Coach 4.4 Light rail

5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Facilities[edit] The airport's designed capacity is 6,000,000 passengers per year, with processing capacity of up to 2,000 passengers per hour.[citation needed] The airport does not have a night curfew. There are 24 parking spaces for aircraft in the apron, with 5 jetways. There are 10 gates. As in Hong Kong, Macau
Macau
has its own immigration policies and is a separate customs territory from mainland China. All travellers, including those to mainland China
China
and Hong Kong, need to go through the immigration and customs inspections of international flights. The airport's runway was built on a strip of reclaimed land in the sea, adjacent to Taipa
Taipa
Island, where the main terminal and air traffic control facilities are located. The runway is connected to the apron by two causeways. Runway
Runway
34 is ILS CAT II equipped. Navigational and radio aids are located at either end of the runway. Despite its small area, the airport is capable of handling Boeing 747s and Antonov 124s, which forms a vital freight link between local manufacturers and overseas markets. Its catering facility can produce up to 10,000 meals per day. Other tenants[edit]

Macau
Macau
Customs Service (Independent department under Secretariat for Security of Macau) Macau
Macau
Immigration Department/Services (Public Security Police Force of Macau) Macau
Macau
Business Aviation Centre Servair
Servair
Macau Menzies Macau

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations

AirAsia Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur–International

Air Busan Busan

Air China Wuhan

Air Macau Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Changzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Da Nang, Fukuoka, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Hefei, Kaohsiung, Nanjing, Nanning, Ningbo, Osaka–Kansai, Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong, Seoul–Incheon, Taiyuan, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tianjin, Tokyo–Narita, Xiamen, Zhengzhou

Bassaka Air Phnom Penh

Beijing Capital Airlines Beijing–Capital

Cambodia Angkor Air Charter: Sihanoukville

Cebu Pacific Clark, Manila

China
China
Eastern Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong

China Eastern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
operated by Shanghai Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai-Pudong[9]

EVA Air Kaohsiung, Taichung, Taipei–Taoyuan

Far Eastern Air Transport Kaohsiung[10]

Hainan Airlines Haikou

Indonesia AirAsia Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta

Jeju Air Seoul–Incheon

Jin Air Seoul–Incheon

Juneyao Airlines Shanghai–Pudong

JC International Airlines Phnom Penh, Siem Reap

Lanmei Airlines Palau, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville

Lion Air Charter: Manado

Palau Pacific Airways Charter: Palau

Philippine Airlines Manila

Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia Cebu, Manila

Royal Flight Seasonal charter: Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Saint Petersburg

Scoot Singapore

Shenzhen Airlines Wuxi

Siam Air Bangkok–Don Mueang[11]

Spring Airlines Hangzhou, Harbin, Shanghai–Pudong

Thai AirAsia Bangkok–Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Pattaya–U-Tapao, Phuket

Tigerair Taiwan Kaohsiung,[12] Taichung,[13] Taipei–Taoyuan

T'way Airlines Seoul–Incheon

VietJet Air Da Nang

XiamenAir Dalian, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Quanzhou, Tianjin, Xiamen

Cargo[edit]

Airlines Destinations

MASKargo Kuala Lumpur–International[14]

Statistics[edit] Annual traffic[edit]

Year Passengers[15][16] Airfreight (kg)[17][18] Aircraft operations

1995 43,642 127,606 662

1996 1,300,936 25,043,358 13,386

1997 1,952,578 45,540,468 19,837

1998 2,214,487 65,166,798 24,015

1999 2,640,111 53,117,516 23,861

2000 3,239,428 68,084,076 28,692

2001 3,805,306 76,075,513 32,506

2002 4,171,703 111,267,673 37,564

2003 2,905,566 141,294,285 31,293

2004 3,714,259 220,828,358 40,506

2005 4,247,742 227,232,634 45,004

2006 4,976,093 220,572,754 51,049

2007 5,498,878 180,935,284 53,386

2008 5,097,802 167,767,412 49,764

2009 4,250,249 49,995,119 40,601

2010 4,078,836 52,165,711 37,148

2011 4,045,014 39,523,531 38,946

2012 4,491,065 27,794,488 41,997

2013 5,027,059 26,464,881 48,950

2014 5,481,441 28,767,407 52,559

2015 5,831,459 30,058,277 55,720

2016 6,628,555 32,891,452 56,932

Busiest routes[edit]

Ranking Airport Weekly departures Seating capacity Carrier(s)

1 Taipei–Taoyuan 84

Air Macau, Eva Air, TransAsia Airways, Tigerair Taiwan

2 Seoul–Incheon 40

Air Macau, Air Seoul, Jeju Air, Jin Air, T'way Airlines

3 Kaohsiung 33

Air Macau, Eva Air, Far Eastern Air Transport, Tigerair Taiwan

4 Shanghai–Pudong 30

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Spring Airlines, Juneyao Airlines

5= Shanghai–Hongqiao 28

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines

5= Bangkok–Don Mueang 28

Thai AirAsia

5= Da Nang 28

Air Macau, Vietnam
Vietnam
Airlines, Jetstar Pacific Airlines

5= Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi 28

Air Macau, Thai Smile

9= Beijing–Capital 21

Air Macau

9= Hangzhou 21

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

11 Kuala Lumpur–International 17

AirAsia

12 Manila 16

Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia

13 Xiamen 14

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

14 Singapore-Changi 12

Scoot

15 Tianjin-Binhai 11

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

Ground transportation[edit] The airport is connected by public transit bus routes, taxis, private cars and regional coach services. Air–sea link[edit] For transfer passengers to China
China
or Hong Kong, a "two customs, one checkpoint" service is provided. Passengers can use a bus shuttle directly from the airport to the New Macau
Macau
Ferry Terminal or the Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal without passing Macau
Macau
immigration. Bus[edit] Towards Macau
Macau
Peninsula, Taipa, Cotai
Cotai
and Coloane

Transmac
Transmac
routes:

26 - Rua Norte do Patane/Bacia Norte do Patane AP1 - Portas do Cerco

T.C.M. routes:

N2 - Bacia Norte do Patane/ Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal (Night only)

Nova Era routes:

36 MT1

Cross-Border Coach[edit] Cross-Border Coach connects Macau
Macau
International Airport with mainland locations like Huadao, Guangzhou, Panyu, Dongguan, Gongbei Port of Entry and Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. The "two customs, once checkpoint" service is also available to the Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. Light rail[edit] Macau
Macau
Light Rail Transit will be located at the Avenida Wai Long, Airport Station is close to Macau
Macau
International Airport. In addition, the seamless connection between the Station and the footbridge allows passengers to access the Airport and the hotels nearby.[19] See also[edit]

Macau
Macau
portal Aviation portal 1990s portal

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau
Macau
SAR

References[edit]

^ "旅客吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "航班升降架次統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "貨運吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ Macau
Macau
International Airport Archived 8 September 2012 at WebCite, official site ^ "MIA Passenger Volume Hit Record High Creating a New Starting Point - Macau
Macau
International Airport". www.macau-airport.com. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Macau
Macau
2007 Yearbook. Government Information Bureau of the Macau
Macau
SAR. 2007. ISBN 978-99937-56-09-5.  ^ "CAM: Traffic Statistics". Macau
Macau
International Airport. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ "MIA: Airport History". Airport Information Management Solutions Ltd. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/277576/shanghai-airlines-adds-shanghai-pu-dong-macau-from-march-2018/ ^ "FAT suspends Macau
Macau
service June - Aug 2017". Airline Route. 10 May 2017. Retrieved 10 May 2017.  ^ " Siam Air
Siam Air
Winter Flight Schedules". Archived from the original on 22 December 2015.  ^ "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
to Start Macau
Macau
Service from Dec 2014". Airline Route. 2 December 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014.  ^ 2017, UBM (UK) Ltd. "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
adds Taichung – Macau
Macau
service in S17". Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ http://menziesaviation.com/news/menzies-macau-welcomes-maskargo-as-a-new-cargo-customer/ ^ "Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 6 October 2014. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 20 September 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "澳門特別行政區政府 運輸基建辦公室 - Gabinete para as Infra-estruturas de Transportes Governo da R.A.E.M." 

External links[edit] Media related to Macau
Macau
International Airport at Wikimedia Commons

Current weather for VMMC at NOAA/NWS Accident history for MFM at Aviation Safety Network

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Schools

Macau
Macau
Anglican College Escola Dom João Paulino Fong Chong School of Taipa Hou Kong Middle School Macau
Macau
Affiliated English School International School of Macao Macau
Macau
Pooi To Middle School Pui Va Middle School Macao Sam Yuk Middle School School of the Nations Affiliated School of the University of Macau

Transport

Macau
Macau
International Airport Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal

Landmarks

Altira Macau Church of Our Lady of Carmel Cunha Street Macau
Macau
Olympic Aquatic Centre Macau
Macau
Stadium Museum of Taipa
Taipa
and Coloane
Coloane
History Taipa
Taipa
Houses–Museum

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Hengqin
Island in a Macau-exclusive zone

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Macau
Macau
International Macau
Macau
Heliport

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North

Alxa Left Alxa Right Arxan Baotou Bayannur Beijing Capital Beijing Nanyuan Changzhi Chengde Chifeng Datong Ejin Erenhot Handan Hohhot Holingol Hulunbuir Hailar Linfen Lüliang Manzhouli Ordos Qinhuangdao Shijiazhuang Taiyuan Tangshan Tianjin Tongliao Ulanhot Ulanqab Wuhai Xilinhot Xinzhou Yuncheng Zhalantun Zhangjiakou

Northeast

Anshan Baicheng Changbaishan Changchun Changhai Chaoyang Dalian Dandong Daqing Fuyuan Harbin Heihe Jiagedaqi Jiamusi Jiansanjiang Jinzhou Jixi Mohe Mudanjiang Qiqihar Shenyang Songyuan Tonghua Wudalianchi Yanji Yichun Lindu Yingkou

East

Anqing Changzhou Chizhou Dongying Fuyang Fuzhou Ganzhou Hangzhou Hefei Huai'an Huangshan Ji'an Jinan Jingdezhen Jining Jiujiang Lianyungang Linyi Longyan Nanchang Nanjing Nantong Ningbo Qingdao Quanzhou Quzhou Rizhao Sanming Shanghai Hongqiao Shanghai Pudong Shangrao Sunan (Wuxi/Suzhou) Taizhou Luqiao Weifang Weihai Wenzhou Wuyishan Xiamen Xuzhou Yancheng Yangzhou/Taizhou Yantai Yichun Mingyueshan Yiwu Zhoushan

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Baise Beihai Changde Changsha Enshi Foshan Guangzhou Guilin Haikou Hechi Hengyang Hong Kong Huaihua Huizhou Jieyang Liuzhou Luoyang Macau Meizhou Nanning Nanyang Qionghai Sanya Shaoyang Shennongjia Shenzhen Shiyan Wuhan Wuzhou Xiangyang Yichang Yongxing Island Yongzhou Zhangjiajie Zhanjiang Zhengzhou Zhuhai

Southwest

Anshun Baoshan Bijie Cangyuan Chengdu Chongqing Dali Daocheng Dazhou Dehong Mangshi Diqing Shangri-La Guangyuan Guiyang Hongyuan Jiuzhaigou Kaili Kangding Kunming Lancang Lhasa Libo Lijiang Lincang Liping Liupanshui Luzhou Mianyang Nanchong Ngari Ninglang Nyingchi Panzhihua Pu'er Qamdo Qianjiang Shigatse Tengchong Tongren Wanzhou Wenshan Xichang Xingyi Xishuangbanna Yibin Zhaotong Zunyi Maotai Zunyi Xinzhou

Northwest

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Under construction

Ankang Fuqiang Bazhong Beijing Daxing Chengdu Tianfu Chenzhou Dalian Jinzhouwan Danzhou Garze Heze Honghe Jiaxing Lishui Luzhou Yunlong Nagqu Qilian Qingdao Jiaodong Sanya Hongtangwan Shangqiu Shaoguan Suifenhe Tumxuk Wuhu Xuancheng Wulong Wushan Wuzhou Xijiang Xiamen Xiang'an Xiangxi Xingtai Xinyang Yibin Wuliangye Yueyang Yutian Zhaosu

Defunct

Anyang Bengbu Chongqing Baishiyi Chongqing Guangyangba Datong Huairen Ganzhou (former) Guangzhou
Guangzhou
(former) Guilin Qifengling Hangzhou Jianqiao Hanzhong Xiguan Hefei Luogang Hengyang Bajialing Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Kai Tak Jilin Jingzhou Jinzhou Xiaolingzi Kunming Wujiaba Liangping Nanjing Dajiaochang Qiemo (former) Qinhuangdao Shanhaiguan Shanghai Jiangwan Shanghai Longhua Shantou Waisha Suzhou Wuhu Wanli Xi'an Xiguan Yantai Laishan Yulin Xisha

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Branch Line Hong Kong–Zhuhai– Macau
Macau
Bridge Line

CR Pearl River Delta intercity railways

Lines in operation

 Guangzhu  (R1)

Under construction

 Zhuji  (R2)  Guangfo Pearl River  (R3)

Other CR railways

Passageways

 Coastal   Jingha∼Jinggang'ao 

Major railways

 Guangzhu 

Other urban transits

Lines in operation

Cable Guia Zhongshan Bus Rapid Transit

Transportation hubs

Int'l airports

Macau
Macau
(MFM) Zhuhai Jinwan (ZUH)

Railway stations

Xiaolan (EAQ) Zhongshan (ZSQ) Zhongshanbei (ZGQ) Zhuhai (ZHQ) Zhuhaibei (ZIQ) Jiangmen (JWQ)

Ferry

Outer Harbour Taipa
Taipa
Pak On Inner Harbour Kai Ho Jiuzhou Port Xiangzhou Port

China
China
transit: JJJ

BJ TJ HE

YRD

SH South JS North ZJ

PRD

West GD/MO Central GD East GD/HK

Chengyu

CQ SC

HB HA FJ Northeas

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Macau
Macau
International Airport (IATA: MFM, ICAO: VMMC) (Portuguese: Aeroporto Internacional de Macau), is an international airport in the special administrative region of Macau, situated at the eastern end of Taipa
Taipa
island and neighbouring waters which opened for commercial operations on 9 November 1995, during Portuguese administration of the region. Since then the airport has been a common transfer point for people traveling between the Mainland and Taiwan, as well as a passenger hub for destinations in mainland China
China
and Southeast Asia. During 2006, the airport handled 5 million passengers and 220,000 tonnes of cargo.[6] In 2017 the number of passengers had increased to 7,165,803 which is more than the 6 million pax per year the terminal was designed for.[7][8]

Contents

1 Facilities

1.1 Other tenants

2 Airlines and destinations

2.1 Cargo

3 Statistics

3.1 Annual traffic 3.2 Busiest routes

4 Ground transportation

4.1 Air–sea link 4.2 Bus 4.3 Cross-Border Coach 4.4 Light rail

5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Facilities[edit] The airport's designed capacity is 6,000,000 passengers per year, with processing capacity of up to 2,000 passengers per hour.[citation needed] The airport does not have a night curfew. There are 24 parking spaces for aircraft in the apron, with 5 jetways. There are 10 gates. As in Hong Kong, Macau
Macau
has its own immigration policies and is a separate customs territory from mainland China. All travellers, including those to mainland China
China
and Hong Kong, need to go through the immigration and customs inspections of international flights. The airport's runway was built on a strip of reclaimed land in the sea, adjacent to Taipa
Taipa
Island, where the main terminal and air traffic control facilities are located. The runway is connected to the apron by two causeways. Runway
Runway
34 is ILS CAT II equipped. Navigational and radio aids are located at either end of the runway. Despite its small area, the airport is capable of handling Boeing 747s and Antonov 124s, which forms a vital freight link between local manufacturers and overseas markets. Its catering facility can produce up to 10,000 meals per day. Other tenants[edit]

Macau
Macau
Customs Service (Independent department under Secretariat for Security of Macau) Macau
Macau
Immigration Department/Services (Public Security Police Force of Macau) Macau
Macau
Business Aviation Centre Servair
Servair
Macau Menzies Macau

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations

AirAsia Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur–International

Air Busan Busan

Air China Wuhan

Air Macau Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Beijing–Capital, Changzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Da Nang, Fukuoka, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Hefei, Kaohsiung, Nanjing, Nanning, Ningbo, Osaka–Kansai, Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong, Seoul–Incheon, Taiyuan, Taipei–Taoyuan, Tianjin, Tokyo–Narita, Xiamen, Zhengzhou

Bassaka Air Phnom Penh

Beijing Capital Airlines Beijing–Capital

Cambodia Angkor Air Charter: Sihanoukville

Cebu Pacific Clark, Manila

China
China
Eastern Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai–Pudong

China Eastern Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
operated by Shanghai Airlines Shanghai–Hongqiao, Shanghai-Pudong[9]

EVA Air Kaohsiung, Taichung, Taipei–Taoyuan

Far Eastern Air Transport Kaohsiung[10]

Hainan Airlines Haikou

Indonesia AirAsia Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta

Jeju Air Seoul–Incheon

Jin Air Seoul–Incheon

Juneyao Airlines Shanghai–Pudong

JC International Airlines Phnom Penh, Siem Reap

Lanmei Airlines Palau, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville

Lion Air Charter: Manado

Palau Pacific Airways Charter: Palau

Philippine Airlines Manila

Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia Cebu, Manila

Royal Flight Seasonal charter: Moscow–Sheremetyevo, Saint Petersburg

Scoot Singapore

Shenzhen Airlines Wuxi

Siam Air Bangkok–Don Mueang[11]

Spring Airlines Hangzhou, Harbin, Shanghai–Pudong

Thai AirAsia Bangkok–Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Pattaya–U-Tapao, Phuket

Tigerair Taiwan Kaohsiung,[12] Taichung,[13] Taipei–Taoyuan

T'way Airlines Seoul–Incheon

VietJet Air Da Nang

XiamenAir Dalian, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Quanzhou, Tianjin, Xiamen

Cargo[edit]

Airlines Destinations

MASKargo Kuala Lumpur–International[14]

Statistics[edit] Annual traffic[edit]

Year Passengers[15][16] Airfreight (kg)[17][18] Aircraft operations

1995 43,642 127,606 662

1996 1,300,936 25,043,358 13,386

1997 1,952,578 45,540,468 19,837

1998 2,214,487 65,166,798 24,015

1999 2,640,111 53,117,516 23,861

2000 3,239,428 68,084,076 28,692

2001 3,805,306 76,075,513 32,506

2002 4,171,703 111,267,673 37,564

2003 2,905,566 141,294,285 31,293

2004 3,714,259 220,828,358 40,506

2005 4,247,742 227,232,634 45,004

2006 4,976,093 220,572,754 51,049

2007 5,498,878 180,935,284 53,386

2008 5,097,802 167,767,412 49,764

2009 4,250,249 49,995,119 40,601

2010 4,078,836 52,165,711 37,148

2011 4,045,014 39,523,531 38,946

2012 4,491,065 27,794,488 41,997

2013 5,027,059 26,464,881 48,950

2014 5,481,441 28,767,407 52,559

2015 5,831,459 30,058,277 55,720

2016 6,628,555 32,891,452 56,932

Busiest routes[edit]

Ranking Airport Weekly departures Seating capacity Carrier(s)

1 Taipei–Taoyuan 84

Air Macau, Eva Air, TransAsia Airways, Tigerair Taiwan

2 Seoul–Incheon 40

Air Macau, Air Seoul, Jeju Air, Jin Air, T'way Airlines

3 Kaohsiung 33

Air Macau, Eva Air, Far Eastern Air Transport, Tigerair Taiwan

4 Shanghai–Pudong 30

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Spring Airlines, Juneyao Airlines

5= Shanghai–Hongqiao 28

Air Macau, China
China
Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines

5= Bangkok–Don Mueang 28

Thai AirAsia

5= Da Nang 28

Air Macau, Vietnam
Vietnam
Airlines, Jetstar Pacific Airlines

5= Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi 28

Air Macau, Thai Smile

9= Beijing–Capital 21

Air Macau

9= Hangzhou 21

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

11 Kuala Lumpur–International 17

AirAsia

12 Manila 16

Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Philippines
Philippines
AirAsia

13 Xiamen 14

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

14 Singapore-Changi 12

Scoot

15 Tianjin-Binhai 11

Air Macau, Xiamen Airlines

Ground transportation[edit] The airport is connected by public transit bus routes, taxis, private cars and regional coach services. Air–sea link[edit] For transfer passengers to China
China
or Hong Kong, a "two customs, one checkpoint" service is provided. Passengers can use a bus shuttle directly from the airport to the New Macau
Macau
Ferry Terminal or the Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal without passing Macau
Macau
immigration. Bus[edit] Towards Macau
Macau
Peninsula, Taipa, Cotai
Cotai
and Coloane

Transmac
Transmac
routes:

26 - Rua Norte do Patane/Bacia Norte do Patane AP1 - Portas do Cerco

T.C.M. routes:

N2 - Bacia Norte do Patane/ Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal (Night only)

Nova Era routes:

36 MT1

Cross-Border Coach[edit] Cross-Border Coach connects Macau
Macau
International Airport with mainland locations like Huadao, Guangzhou, Panyu, Dongguan, Gongbei Port of Entry and Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. The "two customs, once checkpoint" service is also available to the Hengqin
Hengqin
Border. Light rail[edit] Macau
Macau
Light Rail Transit will be located at the Avenida Wai Long, Airport Station is close to Macau
Macau
International Airport. In addition, the seamless connection between the Station and the footbridge allows passengers to access the Airport and the hotels nearby.[19] See also[edit]

Macau
Macau
portal Aviation portal 1990s portal

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau
Macau
SAR

References[edit]

^ "旅客吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "航班升降架次統計" (in Chinese).  ^ "貨運吞吐量統計" (in Chinese).  ^ Macau
Macau
International Airport Archived 8 September 2012 at WebCite, official site ^ "MIA Passenger Volume Hit Record High Creating a New Starting Point - Macau
Macau
International Airport". www.macau-airport.com. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Macau
Macau
2007 Yearbook. Government Information Bureau of the Macau
Macau
SAR. 2007. ISBN 978-99937-56-09-5.  ^ "CAM: Traffic Statistics". Macau
Macau
International Airport. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ "MIA: Airport History". Airport Information Management Solutions Ltd. Retrieved 18 Feb 2018.  ^ https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/277576/shanghai-airlines-adds-shanghai-pu-dong-macau-from-march-2018/ ^ "FAT suspends Macau
Macau
service June - Aug 2017". Airline Route. 10 May 2017. Retrieved 10 May 2017.  ^ " Siam Air
Siam Air
Winter Flight Schedules". Archived from the original on 22 December 2015.  ^ "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
to Start Macau
Macau
Service from Dec 2014". Airline Route. 2 December 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2014.  ^ 2017, UBM (UK) Ltd. "tigerair Taiwan
Taiwan
adds Taichung – Macau
Macau
service in S17". Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ http://menziesaviation.com/news/menzies-macau-welcomes-maskargo-as-a-new-cargo-customer/ ^ "Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 6 October 2014. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Passengers, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved March 5, 2015". Archived from the original on 20 September 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2017.  ^ Traffic Statistics - Cargo, retrieved Feb 24, 2016 ^ "澳門特別行政區政府 運輸基建辦公室 - Gabinete para as Infra-estruturas de Transportes Governo da R.A.E.M." 

External links[edit] Media related to Macau
Macau
International Airport at Wikimedia Commons

Current weather for VMMC at NOAA/NWS Accident history for MFM at Aviation Safety Network

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Schools

Macau
Macau
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Macau
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International Airport Taipa
Taipa
Temporary Ferry Terminal

Landmarks

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Olympic Aquatic Centre Macau
Macau
Stadium Museum of Taipa
Taipa
and Coloane
Coloane
History Taipa
Taipa
Houses–Museum

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Hengqin
Island in a Macau-exclusive zone

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Macau
International Macau
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Heliport

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North

Alxa Left Alxa Right Arxan Baotou Bayannur Beijing Capital Beijing Nanyuan Changzhi Chengde Chifeng Datong Ejin Erenhot Handan Hohhot Holingol Hulunbuir Hailar Linfen Lüliang Manzhouli Ordos Qinhuangdao Shijiazhuang Taiyuan Tangshan Tianjin Tongliao Ulanhot Ulanqab Wuhai Xilinhot Xinzhou Yuncheng Zhalantun Zhangjiakou

Northeast

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East

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South Central

Baise Beihai Changde Changsha Enshi Foshan Guangzhou Guilin Haikou Hechi Hengyang Hong Kong Huaihua Huizhou Jieyang Liuzhou Luoyang Macau Meizhou Nanning Nanyang Qionghai Sanya Shaoyang Shennongjia Shenzhen Shiyan Wuhan Wuzhou Xiangyang Yichang Yongxing Island Yongzhou Zhangjiajie Zhanjiang Zhengzhou Zhuhai

Southwest

Anshun Baoshan Bijie Cangyuan Chengdu Chongqing Dali Daocheng Dazhou Dehong Mangshi Diqing Shangri-La Guangyuan Guiyang Hongyuan Jiuzhaigou Kaili Kangding Kunming Lancang Lhasa Libo Lijiang Lincang Liping Liupanshui Luzhou Mianyang Nanchong Ngari Ninglang Nyingchi Panzhihua Pu'er Qamdo Qianjiang Shigatse Tengchong Tongren Wanzhou Wenshan Xichang Xingyi Xishuangbanna Yibin Zhaotong Zunyi Maotai Zunyi Xinzhou

Northwest

Aksu Altay Ankang Bole Delingha Dunhuang Fuyun Gannan Golmud Golog Guyuan Hami Hanzhong Hotan Huatugou Jiayuguan Jinchang Kanas Karamay Kashgar Korla Kuqa Lanzhou Longnan Qiemo Qingyang Ruoqiang Shache Shihezi Tacheng Tianshui Turpan Ürümqi Xi'an Xining Xinyuan Yan'an Yinchuan Yining Yulin Yushu Zhangye Zhongwei

Under construction

Ankang Fuqiang Bazhong Beijing Daxing Chengdu Tianfu Chenzhou Dalian Jinzhouwan Danzhou Garze Heze Honghe Jiaxing Lishui Luzhou Yunlong Nagqu Qilian Qingdao Jiaodong Sanya Hongtangwan Shangqiu Shaoguan Suifenhe Tumxuk Wuhu Xuancheng Wulong Wushan Wuzhou Xijiang Xiamen Xiang'an Xiangxi Xingtai Xinyang Yibin Wuliangye Yueyang Yutian Zhaosu

Defunct

Anyang Bengbu Chongqing Baishiyi Chongqing Guangyangba Datong Huairen Ganzhou (former) Guangzhou
Guangzhou
(former) Guilin Qifengling Hangzhou Jianqiao Hanzhong Xiguan Hefei Luogang Hengyang Bajialing Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Kai Tak Jilin Jingzhou Jinzhou Xiaolingzi Kunming Wujiaba Liangping Nanjing Dajiaochang Qiemo (former) Qinhuangdao Shanhaiguan Shanghai Jiangwan Shanghai Longhua Shantou Waisha Suzhou Wuhu Wanli Xi'an Xiguan Yantai Laishan Yulin Xisha

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