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Capital Airport Holdings Limited (CAH) is a wholly owned entity of the Civil Aviation Administration of China which operates airports. It is the parent company of Beijing Capital International Airport, the operator of the airport of the same name.
|Capital Airport Holding|
The history of Capital Airport Holding dates back to June 13, 1988 when CAAC Beijing Administration was split into three parts: CAAC North China Regional Administration, Air China and Beijing Capital International Airport.
The current Capital Airport Holding was established on December 28, 2002 from the merger of Beijing Capital Airport Holding Company, Beijing Capital International Airport Company Ltd., Tianjin Binhai International Airport, China Airport Construction Corporation, Jinfei Economic Development Company Ltd. and Civil Aviation Engineering Consulting Company of China.
These comprise over 40 airports in nine provinces (municipality directly under the Central Government, autonomous region) including Beijing, Tianjin, Jiangxi, Hubei, Chongqing, Guizhou, Jilin, Inner Mongolia and Heilongjiang.