Chifeng Yulong Airport (Chifeng Yulong Airport, IATA: CIF, ICAO: ZBCF), located in Tuchengzi Village, Niujiayingzi Town, Karaqin Banner, Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China, about 15 kilometers northeast from the center of Chifeng, is a 4C-level military and civilian Shared use of domestic regional airports   .
On September 20, 1958, Chifeng Xijiao Airport officially opened to traffic   ; On August 25, 2006, the Chifeng Yulong Airport project started construction; on March 20, 2008, Chifeng Yulong Airport was opened, and Chifeng Xijiao Airport was permanently closed; in 2016, Chifeng Yulong Airport's station floor reconstruction and expansion project was opened   .
As of August 2022, the T2 terminal of Chifeng Yulong Airport has an area of ​​31,534.89 square meters, with 9 boarding bridges; 1 Class B seat, 16 Class C seats and 1 isolation stand on the civil aviation platform ; The runway is 2,800 meters long and 50 meters wide, which can meet the annual passenger throughput of 2.78 million passengers.      .
In 2021, Chifeng Yulong Airport will handle 1,421,971 passengers, a year-on-year increase of 10.2%, ranking 77th in the country; cargo and mail throughput will be 1,184.7 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 47.5%, ranking 115th in the country; aircraft take-offs and landings will be 13,727, a year-on-year increase 7.8%, ranking 112th in the country [twenty three]  .