Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport
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Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport
Zhangjiajie Airport

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Airport typePublic
ServesZhangjiajie, Hunan
Opened18 August 1994
(27 years ago)
Elevation AMSL217 m / 712 ft
Coordinates29°06?11?N 110°26?36?E / 29.10306°N 110.44333°E / 29.10306; 110.44333Coordinates: 29°06?11?N 110°26?36?E / 29.10306°N 110.44333°E / 29.10306; 110.44333
DYG is located in Hunan
Location of airport in Hunan
Direction Length Surface
m ft
08/26 2,600 8,530
Statistics (2021)
Aircraft movements14,722
Cargo (metric tons)2,628.1
Source: CAAC[1]
Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport
Simplified Chinese?
Traditional Chinese

Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport (Chinese: ) is an airport serving Zhangjiajie, Hunan, People's Republic of China (IATA: DYG, ICAO: ZGDY). The airport is located in Huhua village in Yongding District of Zhangjiajie. It is the second largest airport in Hunan, after Changsha Huanghua Airport, and the only international airport in the Wuling Mountains region.[2][3] As of 2019 it has a capacity of 5 million passengers, 19,000 tons of cargo and 45,000 aircraft movements.[2]


In 1991 construction started on Dayong Airport, which had its first test flight in December 1993 (Dayong is the former name of Zhangjiajie City).[3]

The airport eventually opened for commercial flights under the name Dayong Zhangjiajie Airport on 18 August 1994.[4] In 1995 it was renamed Zhangjiajie Hehua Airport. In 1999 it served 500,000 passengers annually.[5]

In 2011 the first international flight (excluding Macao and Hong Kong) arrived from Seoul's Incheon International Airport.[3]

In 2015 the second terminal opened after an 18 months construction period.[3]

Airlines and destinations


See also


  1. ^ 2015? (XLS) (in Chinese (China)). CAAC. 2016-03-31.
  2. ^ a b sina_mobile (2019-11-04). "----". k.sina.cn. Retrieved .
  3. ^ a b c d (2021-02-06). "5!?!!". www.163.com. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "?- ZhangJiaJie HeHua International Airport-". www.zjjhhjc.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ Ryan, Chris; Huimin, Gu (2009-01-13). Tourism in China: Destination, Cultures and Communities. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-135-85178-1.
  6. ^ "2022660".

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