Austín Gerardo Berry Moya is a Costa Rican former soccer player who played as a midfielder. Berry started his professional career with Alajuelense with whom he stayed for 10 years except for a short stint in Germany with Freiburg. After a season in Guatemala with Antigua, he joined Herediano in 2000 and retired from playing football in 2006. On 24 July 1996, it was confirmed Berry tested positive of Phenmetrazine after a league game on 7 July 1996 against Cartaginés and was subsequently banned for two months. In 1989, Berry played for Costa Rica U-20 at the 1989 FIFA World Youth Championship in Saudi Arabia, he made his debut for the senior national team in a June 1991 friendly match against Colombia and collected a total of 65 caps, scoring 6 goals. He has represented his country in 16 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and played at the 1995, 1997 and 2001 UNCAF Nations Cups as well as at the 1991, 1998 and 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cups and the 1997 and 2001 Copa América, he was a non-playing squad member at the 2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
He played his last international in a March 2002 friendly against Morocco but missed out on the 2002 FIFA World Cup squad. In May 2010 he was appointed Director of the Institute of Sport and Recreation but resigned two weeks after critics claimed he lacked experience for the position, he became assistant manager at Herediano. Berry is the son of Austin Berry, he was married to Glenda Peraza and divorced on 2014. They had one daughter named Kianny. Berry has two daughters and Camila with Margarita Torres prior to his marriage. Austin Berry at National-Football-Teams.com
Xi'an Xianyang International Airport is the main airport serving Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, as well as the whole Guanzhong area. Covering an area of 5 square kilometres, it is the largest airport in Northwest China, the second largest airport in Northern China; the airport was the hub for China Northwest Airlines until the company was merged into China Eastern Airlines in 2002. Xi'an Airport is the hub for Joy Air and Hainan Airlines. Xi'an Xianyang International Airport is a Skytrax 4-star airport. In 2018, the airport handled 44,650,000 passengers, making it the busiest airport in northwest China and the 7th busiest nationwide. Xi'an Xianyang International Airport was the nation's 14th busiest airport in terms of cargo traffic and the 7th busiest airport by traffic movements; the airport is located within the administrative area of Xianyang city, which gives the airport its name. It is 25 kilometres northwest of Xi'an city centre, 13 kilometres northeast of the centre of Xianyang. Before Xianyang Airport was built, Xi'an was served by Xi'an Xiguan Airport.
In 1984, the State Council of China and the Central Military Commission proposed to build a large civil airport on the site of Xianyang's airfield. Phase 1 of the airport commenced construction on August 1987, was finished and opened on 1 September 1991. Xi'an Xiguan Airport was closed at the same time. Phase 2 started in August 2000, was finished on 16 September 2003. Another 7.592-billion-yuan project is scheduled to be completed by 2020. Finnair's service to Helsinki was the first intercontinental route out of Xi'an, launching on 14 June 2013, it is now a seasonal route. Terminal 3 and the second runway were opened on 3 May 2012, increasing the airport's capacity to more than 33 million passengers a year; the new terminal alone can handle 22 million passengers a year, twice as many as the other two terminals combined. Airlines that moved into the new terminal are China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines; the second runway is 3,800 meters long and is large enough to handle the Airbus A380.
Eight airport bus routes connect the airport well with the Xianyang city. There are long-distance buses which connect the airport with Baoji, Lintong, Hanzhong, Tongchuan, Yan'an, Pingliang. Xi'an Metro Airport line between Beikezhan station and the airport was opened on September 29, 2019. On 6 June 1994, China Northwest Airlines Flight 2303 broke up in mid-air and crashed near Xi'an, en route to Guangzhou from Xi'an. A maintenance error was responsible. All 160 people on board died. Xi'an Xiguan Airport List of airports in China List of the busiest airports in China Official website Current weather for ZLXY at NOAA/NWS Accident history for XIY / ZLXY at Aviation Safety Network