Yasouj Airport is a government-operated public airport that serves the city of Yasouj in Iran. The airport resides at an elevation of 5,939 feet or 1,810 metres above mean sea level. It has one asphalt-surfaced runway designated 13/31, measuring 8,522 feet or 2,598 metres long.
Yasouj, also known as Yasuj, is a city in the Zagros Mountains of south-western Iran. It is the capital of the Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province. Yasouj is an industrial city, home to a sugar processing plant and a coal-burning powerplant that is used to generate electricity for the area. The city experiences a typical continental-influenced Mediterranean climate, and has an economy based on the production of baskets, carpets/rugs, mosaic tiles, bricks, and livestock feed. Tourist attraction in Yasouj include the Yasouj waterfall, which serves as a great picnic area; the nearby Naragah village, where archaeological excavations can be found; and the Yasuj Museum, housing coins, statues, pottery, and bronze vessels recovered from nearby archaeological sites.
Yasouj Airport connects the city of Yasouj to the country’s capital Tehran via Mehrabad International Airport. The flights are provided by Iran Aseman Airlines.