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Ordos Ejin Horo Airport
Ordos Ejin Horo International Airport

Ordos Airport terminal.JPG
Ordos Airport's domestic passenger terminal
Airport typePublic
ServesOrdos, Inner Mongolia
LocationEjin Horo Banner, Inner Mongolia
Coordinates39°29?38?N 109°51?44?E / 39.49389°N 109.86222°E / 39.49389; 109.86222Coordinates: 39°29?38?N 109°51?44?E / 39.49389°N 109.86222°E / 39.49389; 109.86222
CAAC airport chart
CAAC airport chart
DSN is located in Inner Mongolia
Location of airport in Inner Mongolia
Direction Length Surface
m ft
13/31 2,400 7,874 Asphalt
Statistics (2018)
Aircraft movements33,156
Cargo (metric tons)9,984.4
Ordos Ejin Horo International Airport
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Traditional Chinese

Ordos Ejin Horo International Airport (IATA: DSN, ICAO: ZBDS) is an airport serving Ordos City in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It is located in Ejin Horo Banner. First built in 1959 and called Dongsheng Airport, the airport ceased operation in 1983. In 2005 the airport was rebuilt at the current site with an investment of 350 million yuan, and re-opened in July 2007.[1]


Ordos Airport has a runway that is 3,200 meters long and 45 meters wide (class 4C). It is designed to handle 270,000 passengers per year.[1]

The airport has a main International terminal building with 11 jet bridges and a smaller domestic terminal structure nearby with two jet bridges.

The terminal buildings were completed in 2012 by an architectural group consisting of China Architecture Design & Research Group, Zhongxu Planning and Architecture Design Company, Limited, B+H Architects.[2]

Airlines and destinations



Access to the airport is mainly by car with a large parking area and connected by G65 Highway and Airport Highway (toll).

See also


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  2. ^ "New Terminal Building of Ordos Airport - HunterDouglas".
  3. ^ a b ?. WeChat (in Chinese). China Eastern Dalian sales.
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