Weihai Dashuibo International Airport (Weihai Dashuibo International Airport, IATA: WEH, ICAO: ZSWH), located in Weihai City, Shandong Province, China, about 40 kilometers away from the center of Weihai, is a 4D-level military-civilian airport    .
Weihai Dashuibo Airport was completed and opened to navigation; on October 30, 1995, Weihai Dashuibo Airport was upgraded to a 4D-level airport; on September 30, 2004, Weihai Dashuibo Airport was approved to open to the public, and then changed its name to "Weihai Dashui Park International Airport"   .
As of December 14, 2016, Weihai Dashuibo International Airport has a runway of 2,600 meters, an apron construction area of ​​36,000 square meters, a terminal building of 14,000 square meters, and an air traffic control building of 1,700 square meters. The designed passenger throughput capacity of the airport is 1.4 million person-times/year, of which the international passenger volume is 500,000 person-times/year, and the cargo capacity is 50,000 tons/year   .
In 2019, the passenger throughput of Weihai Dashuibo International Airport completed 3 million passengers, a year-on-year increase of 23%, ranking 60th in the country; the cargo and mail throughput was 9,228.081 tons, a year-on-year increase of 36.4%, ranking 77th in the country; flight movements were 25,694 Flights, a year-on-year increase of 23.0%   .