Linyi Qiyang Airport (LINYI QIYANG AIRPORT; IATA: LYI, ICAO: ZSLY), located in Hedong District, Linyi City, Shandong Province, China, about 7.8 kilometers away from Linyi City, is a 4D-level civil airport and the first civil aviation in Shandong Province Airport   .
The airport was first built in 1934; it underwent two relocations in 1958 and 1998   ; On December 26, 1998, the flight resumed and was named Linyi Shubuling Airport   ;Renamed to Linyi Qiyang Airport on December 30, 2019   .
According to information on the airport's official website in June 2019, Linyi Qiyang Airport has two terminals, T1 (domestic in China) and T2 (international, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) with a total area of ​​23,000 square meters; there is a runway with a length of 3,200 square meters. meters, with an apron of 160,000 square meters and 35 seats, which can guarantee an annual passenger throughput of 2.5 million passengers and a peak hour passenger throughput of 1,250 passengers     . A total of 37 domestic navigation cities in China have been opened   .
In 2020, due to the decline in passenger flow due to the impact of the global epidemic, the passenger throughput of Linyi Qiyang Airport was 1.8773 million, a year-on-year decrease of 27.3%; the cargo and mail throughput was 10,500 tons, a year-on-year increase of 2.4%; Increased by 37.0%; ranked 57th, 58th, and 71st in China respectively (ranked 61st, 58th, and 86th in China in 2019)   .
In 2021, the passenger throughput will reach 2,580,800 passengers, a year-on-year increase of 28.06%, and its ranking among 238 airports in the country will rise from 66th in 2018 to 61st in 2019, making it the largest and busiest airport in the southern part of Shandong Province . [twenty three]