Yiwu Airport ( IATA : YIW; ICAO : ZSYW) is located in Yiwu City , Jinhua City, Zhejiang Province , China , 5.5 km from the city center. It is a 4D-class military-civilian transportation airport. It is the largest airport in the central and western regions of Zhejiang Province and the East China region. The first county-level civil aviation airport.
Yiwu Airport was officially opened in April 1991 and named Yiwu Airport. In 1994, it completed the first phase expansion project. In 2009, it completed the second phase expansion project. In 2013, it completed the third phase expansion project. In 2016, it completed the fourth phase expansion project.
According to the information of the official website of the airport in April 2019, Yiwu Airport has two terminals, namely T1 (domestic China) and T2 (international and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) totaling 3 million square meters; there is a runway with a runway length of 3,000 meters; There are 11 parking spaces ; as of April 2019, a total of 19 routes have been opened, with 22 domestic and international navigation cities.
In 2018, the passenger throughput of Yiwu Airport was 1,635,600 person-times, up 26.3% year-on-year; the cargo and mail throughput was 0.88 million tons, up 28.1% year-on-year; the number of take-off and landing was 12,500 times, up 14.4% year-on-year; ranking 72nd and 55th respectively in China. 111th.
Flight zone level
Military and civilian transportation airport
district belong to
Yiwu City, Jinhua City, Zhejiang Province, China
300,000 square meters (as of April 2019)
Number of seats
11 (as of April 2019)
3000 meters, total 1 (as of April 2019)
Number of routes
19 (as of April 2019)
22 (as of April 2019)
1,365,600 person-times (2018)
Mail and mail throughput
0.88 million tons (2018)
Take-off and landing
125,000 flights (2018)
Zhejiang Yiwu Airport Management Co., Ltd.