The Asian IT Case Series (AITCS) is a web-based publication of teaching cases centered around IT management and based on rigorous research conducted with real Asian firms and government agencies.
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Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) Company Limited manages the main airport of Beijing, China. The main airport of Beijing owned by BCIA consists of three terminals namely, Terminal 1, 2 and 3. Terminal 1 was built in 1990 occupying around 90,000 m2. Terminal 2 is 3.7 times larger (336,000 m2) than Terminal 1 and was completed in 1999 to take over Terminal 1 while it was closed for refurbishment. Terminal 1 reopened in 2004 at about the same time where the construction of Terminal 3 began. Constructed specially for the 2008 Olympics Games, Terminal 3 occupies a colossal space of 986,000 m2. When completed in March 2008, Terminal 3 was the largest airport terminal in the world.