Guilin Liangjiang International Airport (Guilin Liangjiang International Airport, IATA: KWL, ICAO: ZGKL), located in Liangjiang Town, Lingui District, Guilin City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, 28 kilometers away from the center of Guilin, is a 4E-class civil international trunk airport    , is an international tourism aviation hub, an important international airport connecting the new north-south land passage of the "Belt and Road" and facing ASEAN countries, and the only port in Guangxi that implements a 72-hour transit visa-free policy     .
In September 1991, the project was formally approved by the State Council and the Central Military Commission, and construction started in July 1993. On October 1, 1996, Li Peng, then Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, cut the ribbon in person, and Liangjiang International Airport was officially completed and open to navigation; on September 30, 2018, the second phase of construction was completed, and the T2 terminal of Guilin Liangjiang International Airport and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region were established. The 60th anniversary will be opened at the same time.  
According to the information on the airport's official website in July 2018, Guilin Liangjiang International Airport has two terminals, the main operating base of Guilin Airlines, with a total area of ​​155,600 square meters, a runway length of 3,200 meters, and a passenger apron of 574,500 square meters. 51 seats (including 2 seats on 4F), 31 boarding bridges, 76 navigable cities, and 112 domestic and foreign routes   .
In 2019, the passenger throughput of Guilin Liangjiang International Airport was 8.5526 million passengers, a year-on-year increase of -2.1%; the cargo and mail throughput was 30,300 tons, a year-on-year increase of 12.0%; the number of takeoffs and landings was 68,100 vehicles, a year-on-year increase of -4.5%; 40th, 46th, 49th   .