Zhangye Ganzhou Airport

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Zhangye Ganzhou Airport
Airport typeMilitary/Public
ServesZhangye, Gansu
LocationGanzhou District, Zhangye
Opened1 November 2011
Coordinates38°48′07″N 100°40′30″E / 38.80194°N 100.67500°E / 38.80194; 100.67500Coordinates: 38°48′07″N 100°40′30″E / 38.80194°N 100.67500°E / 38.80194; 100.67500
YZY is located in Gansu
Location of airport in Gansu
Direction Length Surface
m ft
3,000 9,843
Source: [1]
Zhangye Ganzhou Airport
Simplified Chinese张掖甘州机场
Traditional Chinese張掖甘州機場

Zhangye Ganzhou Airport (IATA: YZY, ICAO: ZLZY), or Zhangye Southeast Air Base, is a dual-use military and civil airport serving the city of Zhangye in Gansu Province, China. It is located 24 kilometers from the city center.[1] Construction began in May 2010 to convert the air base to a dual-use airport, at an estimated cost of 313 million yuan. The airport was opened on 1 November 2011.[2]


The airport has one 3,000-meter runway (class 4C), and a 4,126 square-meter terminal building. It is designed to handle 243,000 passengers and 1,700 tons of cargo annually by 2020.[1]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Chengdu Airlines Chengdu, Lanzhou
China Eastern Airlines Beijing-Capital, Xi'an[3]
Juneyao Airlines Lanzhou, Shanghai-Pudong
Spring Airlines Shanghai-Pudong

See also[edit]