Airport opens in famed liquor town
An airport named after China’s national liquor, Moutai, opened in the city of Renhuai, Guizhou province, the Moutai Group said. Moutai Airport is located in the city’s Moutai township. From the airport, planes connect to cities including Beijing, Tianjin, Chengdu, Fuzhou, Xi’an and Haikou. Construction of the airport cost 2.4 billion yuan ($363 million; 312 million euros; £273 million) and took five years. Air routes will be expanded to a total of 18 cities in the near future, the group said.