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Tangani 95,8 Juta Penumpang di 2017, Beijing Bersiap Menjadi Bandara Tersibuk di Dunia

first_imgDengan populasi penduduk terbesar di muka Bumi, jelas Cina adalah pasar terbesar untuk dunia penerbangan. Dan sebagai turunan dari berkah trafik penerbangan yang tinggi adalah kapasitas bandara yang ikut meroket dari waktu ke waktu. Seperti Beijing, Ibukota Cina ini dikenal sebagai salah satu kota terpadat di dunia dengan penduduk di atas 25 juta jiwa. Dan baru-baru ini ada kabar bahwa Bandara Beijing Capital International bakal menjadi bandara tersibuk di dunia.Baca juga: 10 Bandara Ini Disebut Sebagai Yang TersibukKabarPenumpang.com melansir dari laman bloomberg.com (5/2/2018), mendapatkan data pada tahun 2017 kemarin, lalu lintas penumpang di bandara internasional Beijing naik dan mencapai rekor baru yakni 95,8 juta. Peningkatan penumpang di bandara Beijing ini mengalami kenaikan selama lima tahun berturut-turut. Adanya kenaikan tersebut membuat Bandara Internasional Beijing Capital mempersempit kesenjangan dengan Bandara Internasional Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta yang jumlah penumpangnya turun pada tahun 2017 lalu.Data stastistik peningkatan jumlah penumpang di Beijing dan Atlanta (Bloomberg)Karena kenaikan penumpang tersebut, Cina diperkirakan akan menyalip Amerika Serikat dan menjadi pasar perjalanan udara terbesar di dunia setelah tahun 2022 mendatang. Dalam mengatasi lonjakan penumpang tersebut, Cina sedang membangun mega bandara di Beijing dengan total biaya pembangunan US$12,9 miliar atau sekitar Rp174 triliun di pinggiran selatan yang dijadwalkan buka tahun depan.Bandara ini nantinya akan mampu menampung 100 juta penumpang setiap tahunnya dan kemungkinan akan berbagi 170 penumpang per tahun pada 2025 mendatang. Bandara baru ini sendiri telah ditunjuk oleh pihak SkyTeam untuk menjdi pusat bagi aliansi tersebut.Di Cina sendiri ada dua maskapainya yang masuk sebagai anggota SkyTeam yakni China Eastern Ailines dan China Southern Airlines. Dua operator penerbangan milik Cina ini masing-masing diizinkan untuk mengangkut 40 persen penumpang bandara dan mendapatkan slot waktu penerbangan ke Eropa dan Amerika Serikat.Baca juga: Ini Dia! Hal Yang Kurang Menyenangkan Saat Bertandang Ke CinaBeijing juga akan bergabung dengan daftar pilih kota-kota besar dengan dua atau bahkan tiga bandara internasional, termasuk London, New York, Tokyo dan Paris. Tidak seperti di Beijing, bandara tersebut biasanya mengambil peran pelengkap, seperti yang melayani rute internasional atau antarbenua dan yang lainnya berfokus pada penerbangan domestik atau regional.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedDi 2019, Cina Siap Operasikan Bandara Internasional Terbesar di Dunia!06/07/2017In “Bandara”Terlalu Sering Alami Delay, Bandara Beijing Raih Predikat Kelima Terburuk di Asia01/11/2017In “Bandara”10 Bandara Ini Disebut Sebagai Yang Tersibuk06/02/2017In “Bandara”last_img read more

Week 8 DraftKings Picks: Best lineup stacks for NFL DFS tournaments, cash games

first_imgWeek 8 DFS Lineups: Y! Cash | Y! GPP | FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPPWeek 8 NFL DFS Picks: Top DraftKings stacks for cash games     QB Ryan Tannehill and WR Corey Davis, Tennessee Titans @ PanthersThe quarterback position is narrow this week. There aren’t a whole lot of guys who are jumping out at first glance outside of Deshaun Watson at the very top end. However, I really want to get the high volume running backs in my cash lineup, so I’m looking at Tannehill at $6,900 on FanDuel and $5,100 on DraftKings in a great matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home. The Bucs defense has been significantly improved this season against the run, but they are still a bottom-5 team in the league against the pass. Tannehill looked steady in his first start for the Titans after they benched Marcus Mariota, throwing for 312 yards and two touchdowns last week against the Chargers. Out wide is where the Tampa defense struggles the most, ranking 28th DvP against opposing wide receivers this season. Tannehill also has some decent rushing upside after rushing five times last week.There are a few value options to stack with Tannehill, with my favorite being Davis. Davis looked like Ryan Tannehill’s favorite target last week with eight targets, and a matchup with the Bucs is a dream spot for any wide receiver, especially one with the physical tools of Davis. His price tag is especially attractive on DraftKings at $4,400 in a week where finding value at the position is very difficult. MORE WEEK 8 DFS: Values | Lineup BuilderQB Deshaun Watson and WR DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans @ JaguarsIf you don’t want to go for the cheap stacking option in cash games, I don’t mind spending way up for Watson and Hopkins. Watson is pricey at $7,100, but he has been on fire over the last five weeks, and he is due for some positive touchdown regression after throwing only two total touchdowns over the last two weeks. It’s hard to see Watson having a true ceiling type game without the big-play threat of Will Fuller V in the lineup, but Kenny Stills is a capable fill in, and he can still stretch opposing defenses.I’m going to lean on Hopkins in a bunch of lineups this week. “Nuk” has an incredible matchup against a Raiders team that is coming off a game in which they allowed Aaron Rodgers to throw for more than 400 yards and five touchdowns with mostly second-rate receivers. Hopkins’ target share should be secure this week with Fuller out of the lineup and Stills only a week removed from coming back from a hamstring injury. I’m sure that Stills will get a few deep shots, and Keke Coutee will absorb some low aDOT targets, but the red zone and intermediate routes will belong to Hopkins. $8,200 on FanDuel and $8,100 on DraftKings might feel like a steep price to pay for Hopkins, who has not been his usual model of consistency this season, but the matchup and projected target volume are just too much to ignore.  WEEK 8 NON-PPR RANKINGSQuarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerWeek 8 DraftKings Picks: Best stacks for daily fantasy football GPPs/tournamentsQB Matthew Stafford and WR Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions  I’ve been attacking passing games facing the New York Giants virtually every week this season in GPPs, and there is no reason to get away from that angle this week with the Lions hosting the Giants in Detroit. Stafford is having one of his best seasons as a pro, and it’s hard to see him failing in this spot. In three home games this season, Stafford has averaged 24.7 DraftKings points and has exceeded his salary expectations in all three of those games. Another potential plus for Stafford is the absence of RB Kerryon Johnson, who just hit the IR. With Johnson out of the lineup, I expect the Lions to throw a few more times per game and utilize Ty Johnson’s skill set as a pass-catcher out of the backfield more than what they were doing with Johnson. You can pair Stafford with either or both of Marvin Jones and Golladay, but I’m giving the slight edge to Kenny G. Golladay is coming off a total dud game last week against the Vikings, where he saw only two targets. I have to think that the Lions will look to get Golladay involved much more this week in a matchup with Giants CB Janoris Jenkins, who has been one of the worst corners in the league this season. Jones is also a great play, and we have seen him have massive upside over the last few seasons, but ownership should be skewed towards Jones after his four-touchdown game last week against the Vikings. QB Jared Goff and WR Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams  My big mistake last week was going with Matt Ryan over Jared Goff in my cash game lineup. While I played plenty of Goff in GPPs, fading him in a prime matchup was a misstep. This week, I’ll be rostering Goff again in tournaments as the Rams play the Bengals in London. The Bengals defense has been solid against the run this season, but rank dead last DvP against opposing quarterbacks. Cincinnati has allowed at least 16 fantasy points to every quarterback that they’ve faced this season, and their lack of a reliable pass rush should negate some of Goff’s struggles against pressure. I’m also going right back to Kupp as much as I can this week as a pivot off of DeAndre Hopkins and Michael Thomas. I expect Kupp to be at his lowest ownership in months after back-to-back poor games. Kupp has the best individual matchup among Rams pass catchers in the slot, and he should return to his 10-12 target share in the offense after seeing only 14 total targets over the last two weeks. This is a perfect game to leverage Kupp’s lowered ownership against the other top-end wide receivers with him having a great matchup against one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL.There’s plenty of strategy that goes into putting together a winning DFS lineup, and the best place to start is RotoQL’s DFS tools . RotoQL’s Lineup Optimizer  is a massive advantage when you’re building lineups, regardless of contest size or site. Week 8 is probably the most tightly priced NFL DFS slate that we have seen so far this season. While Kerryon Johnson’s injury opens up some value at running back with Ty Johnson, he is far from being a sure thing, even at his price tag. Latavius Murray would make for the top value play on the slate should Alvin Kamara sit out another week, but the Saints released backup Zach Zenner on Wednesday, which makes the situation hard to read at this point. With that being said, there is some value stacking options that we can target to free up some salary with the Titans and Lions, as well as a few high-end stacking options that have immense, slate-breaking upside. For more great gambling and NFL, NBA, PGA, and MLB DFS content, follow me on Twitter ( @DFSBenj ), where I’m always answering daily fantasy questions and providing more DFS analysis.last_img read more

‘I said to the boss our story was not finished at Arsenal’

first_img Olivier Giroud came close to leave Arsenal in the summer 1 Olivier Giroud says he stayed at Arsenal as he has unfinished business with the club.The striker was heavily linked with a move away from the Emirates over the summer as he wanted regular game time ahead of next year’s World Cup.Everton, Marseille and West Ham were all interested in the France international, but in the end he stayed put.Now Giroud has explained he decided not to push for a transfer as he believes he has more to achieve at Arsenal along with boss Arsene Wenger.“Actually that’s a very private decision because it’s true that I was close to leaving the club because I said that I wanted to play,” said Giroud.“But after a big reflection with everybody around me like my family and my close friends in a supportive way, I wanted to stay at Arsenal and I thought the story was not over at Arsenal.“The club brings me a lot and I think I give it back and I still want to improve again and again and win some more trophies for the club.“So as I said to the boss our story was not finished, so everybody was pleased with that.”Wenger has always maintained his desire to keep Giroud – who has 99 goals for the club – at Arsenal and was full of praise for the striker on the eve of Thursday’s Europa League clash with Cologne.“I have said many times that his contribution has been huge,” he said.“He has had a great evolution here and overall (his) contribution has been tremendous, and I think he has shown a very loyal spirit and has a high respect from everybody inside the club, as well as (from) our fans.”last_img read more