|IATA: TTT – ICAO: RCFN
|Operator||Civil Aeronautics Administration
Ministry of National Defense
|Serves||Taitung City, Taiwan|
|Elevation AMSL||143 ft / 44 m|
Taitung Airport (traditional Chinese: 台東機場; simplified Chinese: 台东机场; pinyin: Táidōng Jīchǎng) (IATA: TTT, ICAO: RCFN) is an airport serving Taitung City, in Taitung County, Taiwan (Republic of China). The airport operates from 7am to 6pm.
The airport sits on 153.7 hectares of land began as a holding room facility in 1977 and upgraded as an official airport on 1 July 1981. It then moved to its current site months later afterwards to meet the strategical requirements for the military. On 1 June 2001, it was promoted to become a second class airport, and in September it began its expansion construction to move industries eastwards and boost the local tourism industries.
Airlines and destinations
|Daily Air||Lyudao, Orchid Island|
|Uni Air||Nanjing, Taipei-Songshan|
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