Baise Bama Airport (Baise Bama Airport, IATA: AEB, ICAO: ZGBS), located 5.5 kilometers southeast of Tianyang District, Baise City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, 79 kilometers away from the county seat of Bama Yao Autonomous County, Hechi City, is a 4C-level military and civilian shared feeder airport   .
In 1965, the Air Force Tianyang Airport was completed and suspended; on June 25, 2003, it was approved by the State Council and the Central Military Commission to implement military and civilian use, and the civilian part was named Baise Tianyang Airport, which was officially opened to navigation on February 4, 2007; September 8, 2013 , Baise Tianyang Airport changed its name to Baise Bama Airport   .
As of February 2020, the terminal area of ​​Baise Bama Airport is 1,350 square meters, the civil aviation station area is 10,000 square meters, and there are 2 C-class seats; the runway is 2,500 meters long and 45 meters wide, which can meet the requirements of B737-800, A321 Aircraft of the same type and below can take off and land at night, and can meet the demand of annual passenger throughput of 80,000 passengers   .
In 2019, Baise Bama Airport completed a total of 225,185 passenger throughput, a year-on-year increase of 24.5%, ranking 186th in the country; cargo and mail throughput was 34.5 tons, a year-on-year increase of 15.4%, ranking 203rd in the country; aircraft took off and landed 2,908 times, Year-on-year growth of 18.9%, ranking 193rd in the country   .