Airports in Taiwan
Chiayi Airport (traditional Chinese: 嘉義航空站; simplified Chinese: 嘉义航空站; pinyin: Jiāyì Hángkōngzhàn) (IATA: CYI, ICAO: RCKU), commonly known as Shueishang Airport (traditional Chinese: 水上機場; simplified Chinese: 水上机场; pinyin: Shuǐshàng Jīchǎng), is an airport in Chiayi County, Taiwan. The airport has two runways, and it’s used as a Civil Airport and ROCAF Air Base. A number of US […]
Hengchun Airport (Chinese: 恆春機場; pinyin: Héngchūn Jīchǎng) (IATA: HCN, ICAO: RCKW) is an airport in Hengchun, Pingtung County, Taiwan. The airport is near Kenting National Park and is the southern-most airport in Taiwan. Due to its location, the airport experiences strong Katabatic wind and is forced to close. Because of this, the load factor of the […]
Hualien Airport (traditional Chinese: 花蓮機場; simplified Chinese: 花莲机场; pinyin: Huālián Jīchǎng) (IATA: HUN, ICAO: RCYU) is a commercial airport located in an 11.5-hectare (28-acre) civilian area of a military airbase in Xincheng Township, Hualien City, Hualien County, Taiwan. It primary serves domestic flights although it can handle international charter flights as well. The proximity of Hualien […]
Kaohsiung International Airport (traditional Chinese: officially, 高雄國際航空站; commonly, 高雄國際機場; simplified Chinese: 高雄国际航空站／高雄国际机场; pinyin: Gāoxióng guójì hángkōngzhàn/Gāoxióng guójì jīchǎng) (IATA: KHH, ICAO: RCKH), also known as Kaohsiung Siaogang Airport (traditional Chinese: 高雄小港機場; simplified Chinese: 高雄小港机场; pinyin: Gāoxióng xiǎogǎng jīchǎng) for the Siaogang District where it is located, is a medium-sized commercial airport located in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. […]
The Lanyu Airport (traditional Chinese: 蘭嶼機場; simplified Chinese: 兰屿机场; pinyin: Lányǔ Jīchǎng; (IATA: KYD, ICAO: RCLY)) is an airport on Orchid Island, Taitung, Republic of China. The airport does not support night time flying except for emergency medical services flights.
Lyudao Airport (traditional Chinese: 綠島機場; simplified Chinese: 绿岛机场; pinyin: Lǜdǎo Jīchǎng) (IATA: GNI, ICAO: RCGI) is an airport serving Lyudao (Green Island), in Taitung County, Taiwan, Republic of China. The airport was built in 1972, and was under the control of the Taiwan Garrison Command. It was rebuilt in 1977, and is now under control of […]