Quzhou Airport (Quzhou Airport, IATA: JUZ, ICAO: ZSJU), located at the junction of Minhang Avenue and Qujiang District, Xin'an Street, Kecheng District, Quzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China, 2 kilometers west of Quzhou City, is a 4C-level military-civilian regional airport   .
In 1933, Quzhou Airport was completed and opened to navigation, and it was a military airport; on May 10, 1992, Quzhou Civil Air Station was established; on November 26, 1993, Quzhou Airport officially opened for civil aviation business   ; In 2020, the relocation site of Quzhou Airport was approved   .
As of February 2021, the terminal area of ​​Quzhou Airport is 3,440 square meters, and there are 4 C-class seats on the civil aviation apron; the runway is 2,600 meters long and 45 meters wide; it can meet the annual passenger throughput of 500,000 passengers.     .
In 2021, Quzhou Airport will handle a total of 470,235 passengers, a year-on-year increase of 21.8%, ranking 131st in the country; cargo and mail throughput will be 1,003.5 tons, a year-on-year increase of 43.5%, ranking 120th in the country; Increased by 32.8%, ranking 147th in the country   .