Therefore as to tackle this problem, more discussion forums that hold by parties other than the Hong Kong International Airport should be held. So that more opinions from different stakeholders can be collected. At the same time, the concerns that raised up by the public should be solved immediately in order to gain more supports from the public. For instance, the high capital cost, the negative impact on the environment and the surrounding residents. As a result, there is still a long way to go in order to increase the public
This plan elmuates the future vision of O'hare. Also, it will change O'Hare interesting system of runways to parallel runways which is more effecient. That will increase the capacity of the airport and cut down the delays as well as accommodate certain demanded into the future. In addition, OMPias going to keep the airport and Chicago compititive in the global marketplace. Beside it motivates the economic growth and job creation, the airport plays an important role in attrracting businesses and travillers to chicago and the OMP will help it.
Additionally, in total of 988 hotels, 13 of them are 5-stars hotel from global companies such as Accor and Metric. (4) General Infrastructure: Tan Son Nhat International Airport is currently the largest international airport in Vietnam. Nguyen and David (2009) believe that the construction of a new airport in Long Thanh, Dong Nai, and neighbour 50km northeast to the city can solve the over density of inbound and outbound flights.
The elderly population over 60 years is expected to grow by 90% and this population group would reach 240 million by 2020. 60% of population in China or around 800 million people live in rural area where economic is underdeveloped. About 45% of the 2,400 county hospitals in the rural area are not able to perform the cataract surgery. They either do not have a trained and qualified cataract surgeon, or appropriate equipment and supplies for the procedure. This makes the cataract surgical coverage in China is far behind the estimated needs by 80%.
The only issue was there was no issues, today the airport security has equipped themselves with machines and methods to prevent the jaw-dropping from happening. While the methods are effective, many others believe that the security is too excessive and waste time. Yet the security has changed for the better, the security was lackluster, the
Ministry of Work and Human Settlement has started the work of urban planning since 1974 but the government was not able to carry out with the plan due to the lack of financial assistance within the country and from abroad. Comparing to other urban areas in Asian countries, the urban areas in Bhutan are least populated. Thimphu had with only 90,000 people in 2005 but it has increases to 1,04000 in 2010 with the annual growth of 2.2%. The urban population in Bhutan by next 20-25 years is projected to be 400,000 people where almost half of the population will be living in urban areas. The population in Thimphu has expanded over a past few years due to the natural rise in the population and also the massive rural urban migration.
Can you imagine, if China shrinks into three rooms, and only 100 people living there, what will happen? If I tell you that only one person will live in one room, and the rest share two rooms, you may be superised. But the most crucial point is that, in reality, we are the ninety-nine people who share the two rooms, because of wealth inequality. According to research in 2015 indicated that one percent of the population in China own a third of wealth totally.1 Now, you may astonish how unfair the situation is. China is the second large economy now with fundamental economic development since 1980s, the market-orentied reforms and open the economy policy launched by former leader Deng Xiaoping, which allowed “some people and some regions to become
There were limited experienced security screeners to detect potential threats such as guns, bombs, cutting items, and airborne pathogens on passengers and their baggage (Taylor, & Steedman, 2003). Majority of the screeners lacked experience, earned little, and had low morale. These factors could often lead the turnover rates to hit even beyond 100% per year at majority of the big airports (Taylor, & Steedman, 2003). Prior to the September 11, 2001 attacks, the security access areas of the airport infrastructure also lacked adequate security measures and strict regulations. According to the Department of Transportation (DOT), fake law enforcement badges and credentials were utilized to obtain unauthorized access to the secure areas around 70% of the time, easily getting through the airports’ security checkpoints, and even making it through the departure gates of the aircraft in May 2000 (Taylor, & Steedman, 2003).
Shanghai port is developing rapidly since ten years ago and nowadays it becomes the top container port in the world. It is also known as the world’s largest port and its volume still can be increased in the future. Shanghai port is focusing on core international container handling and transhipment business. In fact, it can gain success because of the high operating efficiency and superior service quality in their supply chains. Supply chain performance can help to get more competitive advantages.
The infrastructure in all the sectors are well developed in terms of residential and commercial. This has led to growth of real estate sector. Migration of people has led to major growth in real estate market. Chandigarh international airport is located in Jhiurheri in Punjab, which is just outside Chandigarh city in Mohali. Chandigarh railway station is 8kms from city center and around 7 kms from airport.