Guangxi·Liuzhou Bailian Airport was formerly known as Liuzhou Station of Civil Aviation. It is a military-civilian airport located 12 kilometers south of Liuzhou City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. It is named after the historic Bailiandong Ancient Human Activity Site. It is Guangxi Airport Management Group. The location of Liuzhou Airport Company is one of the six major airports in Guangxi and an important regional airport.
Bailian Airport started construction in 1992, and was successfully completed on December 28, 1994. It was put into operation on March 18, 1995. The entire airport covers an area of 6685 mu, of which the civil aviation part covers an area of 747 mu, reaching the civil aviation 4D standard. The runway is 2,540 meters long and 45 meters wide. The apron is 260 meters long and 110 meters wide. It can park four medium-sized passenger aircraft at the same time. The terminal building area is 7376 square meters, with a peak hour handling capacity of 600 passengers and a cargo and mail line of 50 tons, which can meet the take-off and landing of large and medium-sized passenger aircraft such as Boeing 767, Boeing 757 and Airbus 320. A Class I Precision Approach Landing System (ILS) is installed in the main runway direction to ensure that the aircraft can safely take off and land in complex weather conditions such as low clouds and low visibility. The airport's expansion project completed in 2014 has a total investment of 740 million yuan, a new terminal building of 22,000 square meters, and an expansion apron of 60,000 square meters.
At present, Liuzhou Bailian Airport is provided by China Southern Airlines, China International Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Airlines, Chengdu Airlines, Spring Airlines, Tianjin Airlines and Zhejiang Changlong Airlines. It is open to Shanghai, Guangzhou, Haikou, Wuhan, Beijing and Zhengzhou. Qingdao, Xi'an, Zhuhai, Chongqing, Chengdu, Xiamen, Shenzhen, Kunming and Hangzhou and other major destination cities in China.