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Macau International Airport

The Macau International Airport (澳門國際機場), in Macau, a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China, is a small aviation center with jet operations every day. It uses the IATA Airport Code MFM.

The airport was built on land reclaimed from the sea, next to Taipa Island (considered part of it now). It started operation in 1995.

Macau International Airport is capable of handling Boeing 747s, which is convenient for the island because Macau is used by many manufacturers such as Mattel, which uses Macau's facilities to build its Hot Wheels toy car line.

Macau International Airport is the only airport that serves the island of Macau. It is the hub for Air Macau.

Airlines flying there include:

On the Cargo Airline end, the airport is served by:

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