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Dehong Mangshi Airport
Dehong Mangshi Airport


Déhóng Mángshì J?ch?ng
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Summary
Airport typePublic
LocationMangshi, Dehong, Yunnan, China
Elevation AMSL877 m / 2,877 ft
Coordinates24°24?00?N 98°32?00?E / 24.40000°N 98.53333°E / 24.40000; 98.53333Coordinates: 24°24?00?N 98°32?00?E / 24.40000°N 98.53333°E / 24.40000; 98.53333
Map
LUM is located in Yunnan
LUM
LUM
Location of airport in Yunnan
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
05/23 2,200 7,218 Concrete
Statistics (2018)
Passengers1,813,896
Aircraft movements15,528
Cargo (metric tons)8,330.2
Source: CAAC[1]

Dehong Mangshi Airport (Chinese: ) (IATA: LUM, ICAO: ZPMS) is an airport serving Mangshi in Dehong, Yunnan Province, China. It was formerly called Mangshi Airport.

History

Mangshi Airport first opened in 1940 during Second Sino-Japanese War with a 1,900 meters runway.[2] Some of P-40, C-46 and C-47 had landed here for military purpose.[3] After 1945, the airport was deserted.[3] In 1985, Dehong prefectural government suggested to reconstruct the airport.[3] China central government agreed to the request in 1987.[4] Reconstruction project started in 1988.[5] Finally, the airport opened in 1990 with a 2,200 meters runway.[2] China Southwest Airlines offered public flights between Mangshi and Kunming at that time.[2]

In 2003, CAAC rename it to Dehong Mangshi Airport.[6] The first round expend construction started in 2006 and finished in 2009.[7] The terminal was renovated as a peacock shape, and two airbridges was built.[8] Mangshi airport upgraded to an international airport in 2016,[9] and the second round expend construction started.[10] In 2018, the expend construction finished and the runway expanded to 2,600 meters.[11] On 31 January 2019, Ruili Airlines opened the first international flight to Mandalay, Myanmar.[12]

Airlines and destinations

See also

References

  1. ^ "Data". www.caac.gov.cn. Archived from the original on 2018-06-12. Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b c ; ; ; (1999). . Kunming: Yunnan Nationalities Publishing House. p. 127. ISBN 7-5367-1188-3.
  3. ^ a b c (2001). . Kunming: Yunnan People's Publishing House. p. 686. ISBN 7-222-03142-1.
  4. ^ " ". www.gov.cn. 1987-05-11. Archived from the original on 2017-09-03. Retrieved .
  5. ^ ": ?"?"- 1". mil.eastday.com. 2016-04-08. Archived from the original on 2017-09-03. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "". www.caac.gov.cn. CAAC. 2003-10-16. Archived from the original on 2017-09-03. Retrieved .
  7. ^ ": ?"?"-4". mil.eastday.com. 2016-04-08. Archived from the original on 2017-09-03. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "?". yn.yunnan.cn. 2009-12-01. Archived from the original on 2017-09-03. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "". www.dh.gov.cn. Dehong Government. 2018-06-01. Retrieved .
  10. ^ admin (2016-05-27). "6.1? ?". www.9980air.com. Archived from the original on 2017-09-03. Retrieved .
  11. ^ (2018-05-16). "". yndaily.yunnan.cn. Yunnan Daily. Retrieved .
  12. ^ (2019-01-24). "?1?31 "="?". Retrieved .

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