Dandong Langtou Airport

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Dandong Langtou Airport
Dāndōng Làngtou Jīchǎng
DDG Airport.jpg
Airport main building exterior
Airport type Public
Operator Civil Aviation Administration of China
Serves Dandong
Location Dandong, Liaoning, China
Elevation AMSL 9.1 m / 30 ft
Coordinates 40°01′33″N 124°17′13″E / 40.025951°N 124.286906°E / 40.025951; 124.286906Coordinates: 40°01′33″N 124°17′13″E / 40.025951°N 124.286906°E / 40.025951; 124.286906
Website Dandong Airport
DDG is located in Liaoning
Location of the airport in Liaoning province
Direction Length Surface
m ft
01/19 2,600 8,530 Concrete

Dandong Langtou Airport (Chinese: 丹东浪头机场) is an airport serving the city of Dandong, Liaoning, China (IATA: DDGICAO: ZYDD).

Airlines and Destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Air China Beijing-Capital, Seoul-Incheon[1]
Air Koryo Charter: Pyongyang[2]
China Eastern Airlines Yantai
China Southern Airlines Shanghai-Pudong, Shenzhen
Shanghai Airlines Qingdao, Shanghai-Hongqiao
Loong Airlines Hangzhou, Harbin


Korean War[edit]

Antung Airfield was a major base for People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) and Korean People's Air Force (KPAF) fighters during the Korean War used in the defense of the supply lines across the Yalu River to the North Korean city of Sinuiju and for engaging attacking USAF aircraft in the area that became known as MiG Alley.[3]

In November 1950 reconnaissance photos showed that the previous two gravel runways had been replaced by a 6,000 feet (1,800 m) concrete runway with hard-surfaced taxiways.[4] By March 1951, the PLAAF had at least 75 MiG-15s based at Antung.[5]


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Air China Adds Dandong - Seoul Service from late-Sep 2015". Airlineroute.net. 11 September 2015. Retrieved 11 September 2015. 
  2. ^ http://en.yibada.com/articles/199168/20170330/new-charter-service-pyongyang-launched-amid-tensions.htm
  3. ^ Futrell, Frank (1983). The United States Air Force in Korea, 1950-1953. Air Force History & Museums Program. pp. 222–3. ISBN 9780912799711. 
  4. ^ Futrell, p.245
  5. ^ Futrell, p.296

 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Air Force website http://www.af.mil.