This is the first in a series focusing on some miscellaneous Asian International Airports, before being followed by a series of other posts focusing on a mix of European and North American airports:

  1. CJU (Jeju, South Korea) – Jeju Int’l Airport is the 2nd-largest airport in South Korea, just behind Incheon (ICN). It is home to the world’s busiest airline route, Jeju to Seoul-Gimpo (GMP).
  2. CKG (Chongqing, China) – The airport code for Chongqing Jiangbei Int’l Airport is actually derived from the city’s former romanized name, Chungking. The airport is also a 128-hour transit visa-free airport for foreigners.
  3. CSX (Changsha, China) – Changsha Huanghua Int’l Airport, which serves the capital of Hunan Province, opened in 1989. Its second terminal, opened in 2011, is currently the 5th largest in China (after Beijing-Capitol, Shanghai-Pudong, Guangzhou-Baiyun, and Shenzhen-Bao’an).

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