Beijing Capital International Airport (Beijing Capital International Airport, IATA: PEK, ICAO: ZBAA), located in the northeast suburb of Beijing, China, 25 kilometers southwest of Beijing city center, 67 kilometers south of Beijing Daxing International Airport, is a 4F international airport   , is one of the three major portal complex hubs in China   , members of the international air cargo hub group in the Bohai Rim region   , the world's largest airport   .
Beijing Capital International Airport was built in 1958. On January 1, 1980, supporting projects such as the T1 terminal building, the apron, and the parking lot in front of the building were completed and officially put into use. On November 1, 1999, the T2 terminal was officially put into use, and at the same time, the T1 terminal was closed for renovation. On September 20, 2004, the T1 terminal was put into use again. In the spring of 2008, the airport expansion project (Terminal T3) was completed.  
As of July 2017, Beijing Capital International Airport has three terminal buildings with a total area of ​​1.41 million square meters; there are two 4F runways and one 4E runway   The length and width are 3800×60 meters, 3200×50 meters, 3800 meters×60 meters respectively; there are 314 seats in total; 252 domestic and foreign routes have been opened.    
From 1978 to 2018, the annual passenger throughput of Beijing Capital International Airport increased from 1.03 million to 101 million, ranking first in Asia and second in the world.   In 2019, the passenger throughput of Beijing Capital International Airport was 100.013 million passengers, a year-on-year decrease of 1.0%; the cargo and mail throughput was 1.9553 million tons, a year-on-year decrease of 5.7%; , No. 2, No. 1.  
In 2021, Capital Airport will add three new domestic destinations, namely Huai'an, Tumusuk and Jingzhou   .