Yongzhou Lingling Airport (Yongzhou Lingling Airport, IATA: LLF, ICAO: ZGLG), referred to as "Yongzhou Airport", is located on Yingbin Road, Lanjiaoshan Street, Lengshuitan District, Yongzhou City, Hunan Province, China, 9.5 kilometers north of the urban area of ​​Lengshuitan District, 12.5 kilometers away from the urban area of ​​Lingling District in the south, it is a 4C-level naval military-civilian joint feeder airport and a first-level permanent military airport of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Naval Air Force   .
In October 1993, the Central Military Commission agreed that Lingling Caijiabu Airport should be used for both military and civilian use, and the civilian part was named "Yongzhou Lingling Airport"; on April 30, 2001, the civilian part of Yongzhou Lingling Airport was officially opened to navigation   ; On April 18, 2019, the runway of Yongzhou Lingling Airport was suspended for renovation   ; On January 31, 2021, Yongzhou Lingling Airport will resume flights   .
As of January 2021, the terminal area of ​​Yongzhou Lingling Airport is 4,705.8 square meters, and there are 6 C-class seats on the civil aviation apron; the runway is 2,600 meters long and 50 meters wide; it can guarantee an annual passenger throughput of 1.15 million passengers, aircraft The demand for take-off and landing of 30,000 sorties; the largest usable models are Boeing B737-800, Airbus A320-200, Airbus A321-200   .
In 2021, Yongzhou Lingling Airport will handle a total of 165,801 passengers, ranking 192nd in the country; cargo and mail throughput will be 3.2 tons, ranking 222nd in the country; aircraft take-offs and landings will be 1998, ranking 209th in the country   .