China Will Build it’s First Permanent Airport in South Pole

China Will Build it’s First Permanent Airport in South Pole

China will make its first permanent airport in the South Pole. This will help the Chinese scientists, researching resources rich in the Antarctic continent, in the rapid supply of logistics and the air safety system. China will also join the club of America, Russia, Britain, Australia and New Zealand, whose Antarctic is already in the airport.

China’s 35th expedition team on Friday left for the Antarctic The main purpose of this campaign is to make an airport at the Antarctic.

In 2010, an airport called Feiying was constructed on the ice sheet, according to the earlier official Chinese media reports.

The South Pole is the southernmost point on the surface of the Earth and lies on the opposite side of the Earth from the North Pole.

This airport is likely to be built 28 kilometers from China-built Zhongshan Station. Under its 25th campaign, China has made a four-kilometer-long and 50-meter wide windshield on the Antarctic in 2009.

Zhang Jia, director of China’s Polar Research Institute, said on Monday, “Medium and large aircraft will fly and fly at this airport. This will increase the capacity with transport time. ‘ Experts, however, say that making the airport in Antarctic is not easy as there are 99.5% of the land covered with snow.

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