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Airport
Code ZBHH
Name Hohhot Baita International
Region Asia and Pacific
Territory China CN.gif
Location Hohhot, Inner Mongolia
Elevation

1083.868774 m3,556 ft

Coordinates 40° 51' 5" N, 111° 49' 27" E
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Runways
Designator Length Width Surface
8/26 3201 m10,501.969 ft 45 m147.638 ft CON
08R/26L 3600 m11,811.024 ft 45 m147.638 ft CON


METAR
Observation ZBHH 301500Z 06002MPS 3500 -RA BR FEW030 SCT040 14/13 Q1017 NOSIG
Station Hohhot
Elevation 1065 metres
Date/Time 30 September 2014 15:00:00
Wind direction 60°
Wind speed kts
Clouds few clouds
Clouds code FEW
Temperature 14°C
Dew point 13°C
Humidity 93%
QNH 1017 hPa
Weather condition n/a


RE
Tag(s) Hot and High Operations
WX
Tag(s) Sand Storm

Hohhot Baita International Airport

ICAO: ZBHH IATA: HET

Description

Hohhot Baita International Airport is an airport in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China. It is the largest airport in Inner Mongolia and lies 14.3 km7.721 nm
14,300 m
46,916.011 ft
east of downtown Hohhot.

Climatology

Located in the south central part of Inner Mongolia, Hohhot is encircled by the Daqing Shan to the north and the Hetao Plateau to the south. The city features a cold semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification BSk), marked by long, cold and very dry winters, hot, somewhat humid summers, and strong winds, especially in spring. The coldest month is January, with a daily mean of −11.6 °C, while the July, the hottest month, averages 22.6 °C. The annual mean temperature is 6.73 °C, and the annual precipitation is approximately. 400 millimetres, with more than half of it falling in July and August alone. More recently, due to desertification, the city sees sandstorms on almost an annual basis.

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Flight Safety Considerations

  • Hot and High Operations, refer to a combination of aerodrome altitude and temperature which have a detrimental effect on aircraft performance.

  • Sand Storm, activity results in reduced visibility and the ingestion of sand and dust particles into engines, pitot static systems and conditioning packs causing blockage and corrosion.

Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of ZBHH

None on SKYbrary

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