|WORLD AREA CODE||713|
|IATA METROPOLITAN CODE||NNG|
LAT / LON 22°36'29"N / 108°10'19"E
Station ID: ZGNN
Observation Time: 18/05/2021 5:49 pm
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About Nanning Wuxu Airport Code
Nanning Wuxu Airport code is NNG. This airport derives its three-letter IATA code from its name Nanning, which is also the capital city Guangxi region in China that it primarily serves.
About Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG)
Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG) came into existence in 1962. It was previously used by the United States Army Air Forces Fourteenth Air Force as Nanning Airfield.
Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG) is a hub for GX Airlines.
Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG) Runways
Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG) is serviced by a single runway:
05/23 3,200 m concrete
This facility handles 113,474 aircraft movements along with 118,035 tonnes of cargo annually.
Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG) Terminal
Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG) features a single terminal that is spread across an area of the 189,000-meter square. It is capable of handling 16 million passengers annually.
Passenger traffic at the airport is increasing year on year. It currently serves more than 15 million passengers.
Nearest Airports to Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG)
Noi Bai International Airport 288 km
Zhanjiang Airport 351 km
Haikou Meilan International Airport 379 km
Major Airlines Operating from Nanning Wuxu Airport (NNG)
Beijing Capital Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Express Airlines
China Southern Airlines
|05-23||8,858 ft||148 ft||Concrete||Yes|