Baotou Donghe Airport (IATA: BAV, ICAO: ZBOW) is an airport serving the city of Baotou in Inner Mongolia, China. Eurasia Aviation Corporation, a joint venture between Ministry of Transportation and Communications of China and Lufthansa, built the airport in 1934. The airport was occupied by Japan in World War II. It was renovated and expanded multiple times to support the growing demands during the war. The airport is 14 miles (23 km) from downtown areas.
The airport is a class 4D airport which supports take off and landing of aircraft up to the size of Boeing 737-900 and Boeing 767-300ER. Runway 13-31 is 9,186 feet (2,800 m) long and 200 feet (61 m) wide. It is equipped at both ends with Instrument Landing Systems (ILS), Approach Lighting Systems (ALS) with sequenced flashers, and touchdown zone (TDZ) lighting. Terminal 1 was opened in 1999, Terminal 2 was opened in 2014, is a domestic terminal. On the first floor of the terminal 2 complex is the arrival hall, the second floor is the departure hall, with 22 check in counters and 8 security check lanes.