Chizhou Jiuhuashan

Chizhou Jiuhuashan Airport (Chinese: 池州九华山机场) (IATA: JUH, ICAO: ZSJH) is an airport serving the city of Chizhou in Anhui Province, China. It is located in Guichi District, 20 kilometers from the city center. The airport also serves the city of Tongling and the Buddhist sacred mountain of Jiuhuashan, both 20 kilometers away. Construction of the airport began on 26 August 2009. It was originally expected to cost 609 million yuan and to open in 2011, but the actual opening date was 29 July 2013, with a total cost of 889 million yuan.

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Chizhou

Chizhou (Chinese: 池州; pinyin: Chízhōu) is a prefecture-level city in Anhui province, China. It borders Anqing to the northwest, Tongling and Wuhu to the northeast, Xuancheng to the east, Huangshan to the southeast, and the province of Jiangxi to the southwest. Mount Jiuhua (Jǐuhuáshān), located in Qingyang county, is one of the four sacred mountains of Chinese Buddhism.

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