Wuyishan Airport (Wuyishan Airport, IATA: WUS, ICAO: ZSWY), located on Wuyi Avenue, Wuyishan City, Nanping City, Fujian Province, China, is 5 kilometers away from the center of Wuyishan City in the north and 40 kilometers away from the center of Jianyang District, Nanping City in the south. It is a 4C class Military-civilian combined tourism trunk airport, a first-class air port open to the outside world    .
In 1984, the State Council and the Central Military Commission approved the Air Force's Chun'an Airport to be used by both military and civilians; on January 15, 1994, Wuyishan Airport officially opened for civil aviation business; on April 1, 1994, the air port of Wuyishan Airport was officially opened to the public; on September 29, 2017 The international terminal area of ​​the Wuyishan Airport terminal opened   .
As of April 2020, the terminal area of ​​Wuyishan Airport is 13,544 square meters, with 3 boarding bridges; the area of ​​the civil aviation station is 46,600 square meters, with 8 C-class seats; the runway is 2,400 meters long and 45 meters wide ; It can meet the needs of annual passenger throughput of 2.6 million passengers      .
In 2021, Wuyishan Airport will handle a total of 262,920 passengers, a year-on-year increase of 14.1%, ranking 169th in the country; cargo and mail throughput is 251.6 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 13.8%, ranking 163rd in the country; aircraft takeoffs and landings are 3,328, a year-on-year increase 16.5%, ranking 184th nationally   .