Huangshan Tunxi International Airport (Huangshan Tunxi International Airport; IATA: TXN, ICAO: ZSTX), located in Tunxi District, Huangshan City, Anhui Province, China, 5.5 kilometers away from the central city, is a 4D civil transport airport   .
Huangshan Tunxi International Airport opened to traffic in October 1959 and was named Tunxi Airport. It was renamed Huangshan Tunxi Airport in 1987 and was renamed Huangshan Tunxi International Airport in June 2014. The first phase of the expansion project was carried out in 1966 and completed in 1980. The second phase of the expansion project, the third phase of the expansion project in 1987, the fourth phase of the expansion project in July 2000, and the fifth phase of the expansion project in 2017   .
According to information on the airport's official website in May 2019, Huangshan Tunxi International Airport has a terminal building, T1 (China's domestic and international Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan), with a total area of ​​14,000 square meters; a total of 1 runway with a length of 2,600 meters; apron 49,000 square meters, 8 aircraft seats; can guarantee an annual passenger throughput of 1.12 million person-times   . According to the information on the airport's official website in May 2019, there are 24 domestic and international navigation cities in China.  
In 2020, due to the decline due to the impact of the global epidemic, the passenger throughput of Huangshan Tunxi International Airport was 444,200, a year-on-year decrease of 48.9%; the cargo and mail throughput was 1,300 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 32.6%; The need to drop by 40.5%; ranking 129th, 103rd, and 149th in China respectively. In 2019, they ranked 114th, 94th, and 130th in China respectively   .