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Hengyang Nanyue Airport

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Hengyang Nanyue Airport
Hengyang Nanyue Airport.jpg
Airport type Public
Serves Hengyang, Hunan, China
Location Yunji Town, Hengnan County
Opened 23 December 2014
Coordinates 26°43′26″N 112°37′6″E / 26.72389°N 112.61833°E / 26.72389; 112.61833Coordinates: 26°43′26″N 112°37′6″E / 26.72389°N 112.61833°E / 26.72389; 112.61833
HNY is located in Hunan
Location of airport in Hunan
Direction Length Surface
m ft
2,600 8,530
Hengyang Nanyue Airport
Simplified Chinese 衡阳南岳机场

Hengyang Nanyue Airport (IATA: HNYICAO: ZGHY) is an airport serving the city of Hengyang in Hunan province, China. Located in Yunji Town, Hengnan County, the airport is named after Mount Heng, also known as Nanyue. It replaced the old Bajialing Airport, which was shut down in 1995.[2] Construction of the airport started on 7 January 2012 with a total investment of 656 million yuan,[3] and the airport was opened on 23 December 2014, with an inaugural flight from Beijing Nanyuan Airport.[1]


The airport has a runway that is 2,600 metres (8,500 ft) long and 45 metres (148 ft) wide (class 4C), capable of handling Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 aircraft, and a 14,300 square metres (154,000 sq ft) terminal building, and five aircraft parking places.[1] It is projected to serve 360,000 passengers annually by 2020.[4]

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
China Eastern Airlines Sanya, Xi'an
China United Airlines Beijing–Nanyuan
Chongqing Airlines Chongqing, Fuzhou
Okay Airways Zhangjiajie
Shanghai Airlines Kunming, Shanghai–Pudong

See also