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Yantai Laishan Airport is a military airport in Yantai in Shandong, China. It formerly also served as the civil airport of Yantai, until it was replaced by Yantai Penglai International Airport which was opened on 28 May 2015.[1] It is about 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) from the city center and covers an area over 45.79 acres (185,300 m2).[citation needed]

Yantai Laishan Airport
Airport typeMilitary (former public)
ServesYantai, Shandong, China
LocationLaishan District, Yantai
Elevation AMSL18 m / 59 ft
Coordinates37°24′6″N 121°22′18″E / 37.40167°N 121.37167°E / 37.40167; 121.37167Coordinates: 37°24′6″N 121°22′18″E / 37.40167°N 121.37167°E / 37.40167; 121.37167
Laishan Airport is located in Shandong
Laishan Airport
Laishan Airport
Location of airport in Shandong
Direction Length Surface
m ft
04/22 3,200 10,499 Concrete
Yantai Laishan Airport
Simplified Chinese烟台莱山机场
Traditional Chinese煙台萊山機場

Laishan Airport was originally a military airport operated by the People's Liberation Army Navy. In June 1984, the Chinese government and Central Military Commission agreed to open the airport to civil flights, which began operation in October 1984 with flights to Beijing and Shanghai. During the 31 years of its commercial operation, traffic grew significantly, and the airport served flights between Yantai and more than 70 Chinese cities, as well as several international destinations including Seoul and Busan in South Korea. As the existing facilities could not meet the growing demands of the city, the Yantai government began construction of Penglai International Airport in September 2011. In 2014, its last full year as a civil airport, Laishan served more than four million passengers.[2]

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  1. ^ 新机场正式启用 烟台航空进入"蓬莱时代". Carnoc (in Chinese). 28 May 2015.
  2. ^ 烟台31年老机场谢幕 停止运营民航业务. Carnoc (in Chinese). 28 May 2015.