Nanjing Lukou International Airport is located in Lukou Street, Jiangning District, Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, China. It is the main trunk airport of the country, a first-class airport, and the main cargo airport in East China. It is an alternate landing airport with Shanghai Hongqiao Airport and Pudong Airport. It is a large national hub airport, China Aviation Cargo Center and Express Distribution Center, and a national regional transportation hub.
Nanjing Lukou International Airport started construction in February 1995 and was officially opened on July 1, 1997. In 2005, it was awarded the title of "International Health Airport" by the World Health Organization. The airport is a 4F-class airport with two 3600-metre runways, two terminal buildings, two freight terminals and a transportation center. The terminal building has a construction area of 425,000 square meters and an apron area of nearly 1.1 million square meters, ranking second in East China with passenger throughput exceeded 25 million passengers and cargo and postal throughput exceeded 400,000 tons. The second phase of the project was completed and opened in July 2014.
Beijing Jinghangan Airport Engineering Co., Ltd. undertook the airfield lighting project, Apron lighting project and the weak current (Low Voltage) system project of the terminal building in the second phase of the airport project. Its participation in the weak current (Low Voltage) system project of the T2 terminal building won the Luban Award of China Construction Project.