Jiuzhai Huanglong Airport(IATA: JZH, ICAO: ZUJZ), also known as Jiuzhaigou Airport and Jiuhuang Airport, is an airport in Songpan, Sichuan Province, China. This airport serves two major scenic places of interest in this area, namely Huanglong (53 km away) and Jiuzhaigou (88 km away). It is 3,448 meters above sea level and is the third highest airport in China (after Qamdo and Lhasa).
Jiuzhai Huanglong Airport is about 240 kilometers (40 minutes' flight) from Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, the major airport in Southwestern China.
Jiuzhai Huanglong Airport started flights on September 28, 2003. It has one runway of length 3200m and width 60m.
Due to the elevation (3448 m/11,311 ft), some passengers may experience symptoms of altitude sickness. This should be taken into consideration when planning to fly into or out of Jiuzhai Huanglong airport. The first aid center at the airport has small canisters of oxygen and Tibetan herbal medicine for sale.