The first air portal in Zhejiang Province
China’s important trunk-line airport, international scheduled flight airport,
first-class air port open to the outside world and alternate airport for international flight
  • Distance from downtown area

  • open to air traffic upon completion

    December 2000
  • covered area of Phase I project

  • 2016 passenger throughput

    3000Million times

Located in the east of Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, and 27 kilometers from the downtown area,Relying on the abundant passenger and freight resources in Zhejiang Province and its surrounding areas and the booming aviation market demand, Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport has witnessed a soaring growth in transportation production and an increasing scale of airline network since its completion and operation.

In 2007, the airport witnessed the passenger throughput break through 10 million person-times for the first time, enabling it to rank among the busy airports in the world. In 2013 and 2016, the annual passenger throughput of the airport exceeded 20 million and 30 million person-times, respectively.

Subject to the principle of “one-time planning and phased construction”, the airport was constructed in three phases: near, medium and long term. Phase I of the airport project covers an area of more than 7260 mu, which had its construction officially commence in July 1997 and was completed on December 28, 2000 for air traffic.

Actively develop the market, continuously introduce new airlines and open up new routes
In the context of the strong market demand, Hangzhou Airport actively develops the market, continuously introduces new airlines and opens up new routes, and constantly strengthens the in-depth cooperation with base airlines and large express enterprises, achieving constantly rising flight execution rate, continuous increase in proportion of large aircraft on popular routes, and significant growth rate in all cargo carrier. By the end of 2017, Hangzhou Airport operated 62 airlines, including 31 domestic airlines, 6 regional airlines and 25 international airlines, and 162 traffic sites, including 113 mainland sites, 6 regional sites and 43 international sites.
  • Mainland traffic sites

  • Regional traffic

  • International traffic sites


Conduct strategic cooperation and learn management experience of advanced international airports

On December 18, 2006, Hangzhou Airport reached strategic and comprehensive joint venture cooperation with Hong Kong International Airport, the “World’s Best Airport”, aiming to learn from the management experience of advanced international airports, thus becoming the first overall foreign joint venture airport in mainland China.

For the purpose of enhancing the development momentum and strengthening the comprehensive service support capacity, Hangzhou Airport launched Phase II expansion project in 2006. On November 8, 2007, the Phase II project was officially started, which was scheduled to be completed by 2020, and proposed to build new international terminal, the second domestic terminal and the second runway. The project was fully completed and put into operation on December 30, 2012.

The completion and launch of the Phase II project greatly improved the operation quality of Hangzhou Airport. In the future, the airport will open up more domestic and foreign routes, provide Chinese and foreign passengers with more safe, comfortable and convenient flight services, and make more choices available for public travel, thus laying a solid foundation for Hangzhou Airport to further accelerate the pace of building regional aviation hub and modern aviation city and realize leapfrog development in accordance with the Opinions of the State Council on Promoting Civil Aviation Development, promoting the transformation and upgrading of Zhejiang’s industrial economy, and injecting strong impetus into the construction of “material abundance and spiritual enrichment” featured modern Zhejiang.

Air transport guarantee task for G20 Hangzhou Summit

In 2016, according to the overall work arrangement of “one goal, two lists, three plans and five stages”, Hangzhou Airport successfully completed the air transport guarantee task for G20 Hangzhou Summit after 18 months of careful preparation and more than one month of fully decisive engagement, achieving the objectives of “three zeros” and “four satisfactions”, establishing a good national image, significantly contributing to the successful holding of the G20 Hangzhou Summit and winning honors for the whole Zhejiang Province, civil aviation and the country.

Take continuous security as the premise, reform and transformation, management innovation as the main line

Hangzhou Airport will take continuous security as the premise, reform and transformation, management innovation as the main line, constantly improve the air transport support capacity and service level, optimize business structure, increase transport capacity, improve the route network, and build an internationally famous and domestically leading large regional aviation hub and modern aviation city, thus providing strong support for Zhejiang to become a “strong province of civil aviation” and promoting the economic transformation and upgrading of the whole Zhejiang Province.