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    How about the development of the Company’s non-aeronautical business?

    In 2005, the company implemented its transformation from a direct operator to a management-styled airport company. The company succeeded in the franchise of retailing, restaurant, other food and beverage businesses and advertising. In 2006, under the approval of the General Administration of Civil Aviation (the “CAAC”) and the extraordinary general meeting held on 15 March 2006, the Company franchised its ground handling services and air catering services. Since then, the company has entirely franchised its non-aeronautical business to franchisers and obtain concession revenues.

    To franchise its non-aeronautical business, the company can focus on the aeronautical business and planning the entire resources. At the same time, to implement franchising can also improve the company’s operation model in non-aeronautical business, insure the upgrading of income contribution of non-aeronautical business and improve passengers’ satisfaction through providing professional services by franchisers.

    How about the development of the Company’s aeronautical business?

    By the end of 2006, there were 66 airlines operating at the Beijing Airport, including 13 domestic airlines, 3 airlines from Hong Kong and Macau and 50 foreign airlines. At the end of 2006, there were 225 air routes to and from the Beijing Airport, including 102 domestic air routes and 123 international, Hong Kong and Macau air routes.

    In 2006, the aircraft movements and the passenger throughput at the Beijing Airport reached 376,643 and 48,654,770, representing an increase of 10.2% and 18.7% over the previous year, respectively. Freight throughput reached 1,028,909 tonnes, representing an increase of31.6% over the previous year. According to the statistics of Airports Council International (“ACI”), it showed that the aircraft movements, passenger throughput and freight throughput at the Beijing Airport climbed to 28th, 9 th and 21 st respectively in the world in 2006.

    Main business and revenue frame

    The Company is mainly engaged in the operation and the management of aeronautical and non-aeronautical businesses at the Beijing Airport.

    The aeronautical business of the Company consists of the provision of aircraft landings and take-offs and passenger service facilities, ground support services, and fire-fighting services for domestic and foreign airlines.

    The non-aeronautical business of the Company mainly consists of franchise the business of: (1) ground handling agent services; (2) in-flight catering services; (3) operation of duty free and other retail shops in the terminals; (4) operation of restaurants and other food & beverage businesses; and (5) leasing of advertising spaces inside and outside the terminals. Thenon-aeronautical business of the Company also consists of self-operation the business of: (1) leasing of properties in the terminals; (2) operation of car park, and (3) the provision of ground handling facilities for ground handling agent companies.

    The company’s revenue mostly come from aeronautical business and non-aeronautical business. The aeronautical revenues comprise aircraft movement fees and related charges, passenger charges and airport fee; the non-aeronautical revenues comprise concession revenue, rentals, car parking revenue and other revenues.

    General information of BCIA

    On 13 October 1999, as approved by the original State Economic and Trade Commission of the PRC, the Company was incorporated by Capital Airports Holding Company as exclusive sponsor. The company’s registered capital was RMB2,500,000,000.

    On 27 January 2000, 1,346,150,000 H shares in the Company of RMB1.00 each were issued to the public and such shares were listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the “Hong Kong Stock Exchange”) on 1 February 2000. After H shares issued, the company’s total share capital enlarged to 3,846,150,000.

    On 18 May 2001, as approved by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Co-operation of the PRC, the Company was converted into a Sino-foreign joint stock limited company.

    On 4 October 2006, the company placed 200,000,000 H shares at HK$5.10 per share in Hong Kong market. After placing, the company’s total share capital is 4,046,150,000, including1,566,150,000 H shares listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and 2,480,000,000 domestic shares held by the Parent Company(Capital Airports Holding Company).

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