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Weihai Airport, China

The Weihai Airport is located in Weihai, China on the northern hemisphere. Weihai Airport is a medium sized airport. It can handle only smaller aircraft. It has a control tower and facilities such as a filling station and runway lightings. Situated on the east of prime meridian, Weihai Airport is given the airport code of WEH by International Air Transport Association (IATA). International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assigned Weihai Airport the code of ZSWH. So where on earth is Weihai Airport located? It is located at longitude 122.23 degrees North of the Equator and latitude 37.19 degrees East of Greenwich. It is shown here in China on Pagenation.com.

Weihai Airport Runway:

  • Runway 02; Heading: 18.5; Elevation: 112 ft; Length: 8530 ft Concrete.
  • Runway 20; Heading: 198.5; Elevation: 144 ft; Length: 8530 ft Concrete.


Distance from Weihai Airport [WEH]:

  • Incheon International Airport [WEH-ICN], Seoul, South Korea, 373km.
  • Yaoqiang Airport [WEH-TNA], Jinan, China, 447km.
  • Beijing Capital International Airport [WEH-PEK], Beijing, China, 585km.
  • Gimhae International Airport [WEH-PUS], Busan, South Korea, 642km.
  • Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport [WEH-SHA], Shanghai, China, 671km.
  • Shanghai Pudong International Airport [WEH-PVG], Shanghai, China, 674km.
  • Taiping Airport [WEH-HRB], Harbin, China, 995km.
  • Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport [WEH-CAN], Guangzhou, China, 1755km.

Updated On: 12.06.05