Wuhan Tianhe International Airport (Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, IATA: WUH, ICAO: ZHHH), located in Huangpi District, Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, 25 kilometers away from the center of Wuhan, is the first 4F civil international airport in central China   , one of the eight major regional hub airports in China, an airport with international scheduled flights, and a first-class air port open to the outside world   . In January 2019, the airport began to implement a 144-hour transit visa-free policy.
The field was officially completed and open to navigation on April 15, 1995, named "Wuhan Tianhe Airport"; it was identified as an international airport in 2000; the second phase of the expansion project was completed in April 2008. The third-phase expansion project was substantially started in June 2013, passed the completion acceptance in June 2017, and passed the industry acceptance in August 2017 and put into use.  
As of August 2020, Wuhan Tianhe International Airport has 1 terminal building with a total area of ​​495,000 square meters; 2 runways with lengths of 3,400 meters and 3,600 meters respectively; a total of 117 seats, and an air cargo terminal of 56,042 square meters meters; it can meet the needs of annual passenger throughput of 35 million person-times, cargo and mail throughput of 440,000 tons, and aircraft take-off and landing of 404,000 sorties.   
In 2019, the passenger throughput of Wuhan Tianhe International Airport was 27.15 million, a year-on-year increase of 10.8%; the cargo and mail throughput was 243,000 tons, a year-on-year increase of 9.8%; the number of transportation movements was 203,000, a year-on-year increase of 8.2%.