Yancheng Nanyang International Airport (IATA: YNZ, ICAO: ZSYN), located in Nanyang Town, Tinghu District, Yancheng City, Jiangsu Province, China, 8.3 kilometers away from the city center   , is a 4C-level military-civilian shared international feeder airport   .
In August 1959, Yancheng Airport was completed and opened to navigation, and it was the military airport of the Air Force; on January 15, 1960, Yancheng Airport opened civil aviation business for the first time; on September 29, 1961, the civil aviation service of Yancheng Airport was suspended; Civil aviation at the airport resumed, and the civilian part was named "Yancheng Nanyang Airport"   ; On April 9, 2009, Yancheng Nanyang Airport officially opened to the public; on October 19, 2017, Yancheng Nanyang Airport officially changed its name to "Yancheng Nanyang International Airport"   .
According to the official website of the airport in May 2020, Yancheng Nanyang International Airport has two terminals, of which the T1 terminal covers an area of ​​13,100 square meters and the T2 terminal covers an area of ​​30,200 square meters; The runway is 2800 meters long and 50 meters wide   .
In 2019, Yancheng Nanyang International Airport handled a total of 1,691,883 passengers; 13,630.7 tons of cargo and mail; and 18,799 aircraft movements.