Hechi Jinchengjiang Airport

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Hechi Jinchengjiang Airport

Airport typePublic
ServesHechi, Guangxi
LocationJinchengjiang District, Hechi
Opened28 August 2014
Elevation AMSL677 m / 2,221 ft
Coordinates24°47′02″N 107°41′59″E / 24.78389°N 107.69972°E / 24.78389; 107.69972Coordinates: 24°47′02″N 107°41′59″E / 24.78389°N 107.69972°E / 24.78389; 107.69972
HCJ is located in Guangxi
Location of airport in Guangxi
Direction Length Surface
m ft
2,200 7,218 Concrete
Source: [1]
Hechi Jinchengjiang Airport
Simplified Chinese河池金城江机场
Traditional Chinese河池金城江機場

Hechi Jinchengjiang Airport (IATA: HCJ, ICAO: ZGHC) is an airport serving in the city of Hechi in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. It is built on the Jiantang Mountain, in Hechi Town, Jinchengjiang District, 40 kilometres (25 mi) from the city center. With at an elevation of 677 metres (2,221 ft), it is the highest airport in Guangxi.[1]

Construction began on 3 December 2008 with a total investment of 850 million yuan, and the airport was opened on 28 August 2014.[1] Owing to the lack of flat land in the mountainous region, more than 60 hilltops were leveled to create the runway.[1][2]


The airport has one runway that is 2,200 meters long and 45 meters wide, and a 4,200 square-meter terminal building.[1] It can handle three flights per hour.[2]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

China Express Airlines Chongqing, Guilin

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e 河池机场通航, 成为广西海拔最高的机场. Carnoc (in Chinese). 2014-08-29.
  2. ^ a b "Would YOU want to land here? China chops top off mountain for an airport with nail-bitingly terrifying runway... 2,000ft above sea level". Daily Mail. 2014-07-09.