Airports Indonesia

Airports of Indonesia

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The Republic of Indonesia is a country which comprises 13,466 islands in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Indonesia shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and Malaysia. Other neighboring countries include Singapore, Philippines, Australia, and the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Indonesia’s capital city is Jakarta.

In November 2011, Indonesia has more than 230 airports, most of them operated by Transportation Ministry technical operation units and state-owned PT Angkasa Pura I & II. Based on the 2009 Aviation Law, the government had to transfer air navigation service management from airport operators to a non-profit institution by January 2012 to improve Air traffic services

Indonesia Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations details

source Travel Center 

Import regulations::

Free import (by adults only):
1. tobacco products (no limitations for diplomats): 200 cigarettes or 25 cigars or 100 grammes of tobacco;
2. 1 litre of liquor;
3. a reasonable quantity of perfume;
4. personal goods up to a value of USD 250.- per passenger or USD 1,000.- per family.

Additional Information on regulations::

(Video) cameras, binoculars and sport equipment may be imported by tourists provided also exported upon departure.

Passengers not entering on a tourist visa have to pay duties for photo and film cameras unless this equipment is registered in their passport by the Indonesian Customs on former occasion. Importation of electronic equipment is not permitted at all. Film pre-recorders, video tapes, video laser disc, records and computer software must be screened by censor board.

Chinese medicines and printings, narcotics, firearms and ammunition, pornography, fresh fruit, cordless telephone are not permitted except for those holding licence.

Prohibited are any commercial or merchandised goods as part of baggage. Infringements will be charged IDR 25,000.- per piece.

Residents of Indonesia are recommended to register valuable belongings with Customs prior to departure from Indonesia.

Crew members customs regulations::

Free import:
1. tobacco products: 40 cigarettes or 10 cigars or 40 grammes of tobacco;
2. 350ml of alcoholic beverages;
3. personal goods up to a value of USD 50.-.

Pets::

Dogs or cats require import permit issued by the Directorate General of Livestock Service together with good health and rabies vaccination certificate issued by an authorized Government Veterinarian in the country of origin. Vaccination must be performed at least 30 days and not more than 1 year prior to travel. Pets must be at least 90 days old at time of travel. Pets should not be pregnant nor in breast-fed condition. Pets are subject to quarantine upon arrival.
Shipment must be reported to Animal Quarantine Officer at Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta (CGK) at least 2 days prior to arrival.

Import of pets is permitted, with the exception of Bali. For further information please refer to the Directorate General of Livestock Service, Directorate of Animal Health, at Gedung (Building) C. Lantai 9, Jl. Harsono RM-Ragunan-Jakarta Selatan. Phone: +62-21-7810090/21-7815783. Fax: +62-21-7827774 or at: www.deptan.go.id.

Baggage Clearance regulations::

Applicable at Denpasar-Bali (DPS), Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta (CGK), Medan Kuala Namu (KNO): baggage must be cleared at first airport of entry.

Exempt: baggage of passengers transiting Indonesia with a destination outside of Indonesia.

 


Airport Embarkation Tax

Airport Tax is levied on passengers as follows:
a. International flights departing from:
– DPS, BPN, SUB: IDR 200,000.-;
– CGK, LOP, UPG: IDR 150,000.-;
– BTJ: IDR 115,000.-;
– HLP: IDR 80.000.-;
– AMQ, BIK, BTH, JOG, KNO, MDC, SOC, TIM: IDR 75,000.-;
– BDO, PDG, PKU, PLM, PNK: IDR 60,000.-;
– KOE, TNJ: IDR 50,000.-;
b. Domestic flights departing from:
– DPS, BPN, SUB: IDR 75,000.-;
– UPG: IDR 50,000.-;
– LOP: IDR 45,000.-;
– CGK: IDR 40,000.-;
– all other airports vary from IDR 13,000.- to IDR to 30,000.-.
Place of payment: Airport of departure.
Exempt:
1. Children under 2 years, provided not occupying a seat in the aircraft.
2. Transit passengers in possession of through tickets and continuing their journey the same day (not applicable in Jakarta unless passengers stay within customs area/ transit room).
3. Officials on duty – with a travel order – of the Directorate General of Air Communications.
4. Official guests of the Indonesian government.
5. Crew members.

When flying within Indonesia, everyone must pay a departure tax that may vary from airport to airport. In general, expect a departure tax between Rp. 20,000 and Rp. 40,000. Make sure you have this amount in Rupiahs as the departure tax must be paid at the airport before you proceed to the departures area.

 


Currency rules

Currency Import regulations:

Same regulations as for Export apply.

Currency Export regulations:

Local currency (Indonesian Rupiah-IDR): Amounts exceeding IDR 100,000,000.- require an approval from the Central Bank or External Affairs.
Foreign currencies: amounts exceeding IDR 100,000,000.- or equivalent must be declared.

 multiple journey
  • Working visa (including dependants)
  • Diplomatic service visa.
Diplomatic service passport holders of 9 nations can obtain a visa valid for a 14-day visit; Cambodia, Mongolia, Cuba, Montenegro, Croatia, People’s Republic of China, India, Peru, Iran, Serbia, North Korea, Turkey, South Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Ecuador and Myanmar.
  • Working visa (including dependants)
  • Diplomatic service visa.
Diplomatic service passport holders of 9 nations can obtain a visa valid for a 14-day visit; Cambodia, Mongolia, Cuba, Montenegro, Croatia, People’s Republic of China, India, Peru, Iran, Serbia, North Korea, Turkey, South Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Ecuador and Myanmar.

 

List of Airports Major International

List of Airports Major International

Each of the larger Indonesian islands have at least one international airport. The biggest airport in Indonesia, Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, is located in Tangerang Regency, Banten.

taken from Wikipedia List of Airports Indonesia

go to list of airports Indonesia for all the airports  We only listed the international airports

Husein Sastranegara International Airport     http://www.bandungairport.com/

Bandung International Airport (Husein Sastranegara) is the main airport in Bandung city area, West Java, Indonesia.

The airport is located 4.8 km north-west from Bandung city center and 2.4 km from Bandung Central train station.

One airport terminal is used for domestic and international flights. The area of the terminal is 2,411.85 square meters (25,961 sq ft) and has three floors. Terminal B for international flights is being developed. Flights to many domestic and international destinations arrive and depart from Bandung airport. Airlines operating at Husein Sastranegara airport include: Indonesia AirAsia, Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Wings Air, Silkair, Merpati Nusantara Airlines.

The airport provides visa on arrival service to international visitors from many countries .

Passengers facilities include two executive lounges, Internet access, TV, prayer room, restaurants, shops and ATMs.

Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport

(Indonesian: Bandar Udara Halim Perdanakusuma) (IATA: HLP, ICAO: WIHH) is located in East Jakarta in the Indonesian capital Jakarta,

This airport is also used for military, private and presidential purposes. Government officials are also allowed to use it. In 2007, President of the United States George W. Bush landed at this airport on his visit to Indonesia. Former Indonesian President Suharto’s hearse was airlifted to Solo in Central Java on 28 January 2008.

On January 10, 2014, Halim Perdanakusuma began to serve domestic scheduled commercial flights to ease the overloaded Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.  In mid-2014, Citilink is the solely scheduled airline uses the Halim Airport, while Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air and Air Asia cancelled plan to use the airport. Citilink has used 32 slots from 74 slots available for all airlines a day.

 Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

Soekarno Hatta Airport

Soekarno Hatta Airport

(IATA: CGK, ICAO: WIII), abbreviated SHIA  is the main airport serving the greater Jakarta area on the island of Java,Indonesia, along with Halim Perdanakusuma Airport. n 2012, the airport was the 9th busiest airport in the world with 57.8 million passengers, a 12.1% increase over 2011  And in May 2014, becomes the 8th busiest airport in the world with 62.1 million passengers. It is also the busiest airport in the Southern Hemisphere. The airport concept is described as “garden within the airport” or “airport in the garden”, as tropical decorative and flower plants fill the spaces between corridors, waiting and boarding pavilions.  There are shopping areas available in all terminals at Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. Duty-free shops, souvenir shops, restaurants and a cafeteria can be found there. There is a new “Shopping Arcade” located in terminal 1C. There are no shops in the arrival zones of the terminals.

Free Wi-Fi is now available at Soekarno–Hatta International Airport (SHIA)

Soekarno–Hatta International Airport provides a free shuttle bus which connects Terminals 1, 2 and 3

Several bus companies provide services to various destinations from the airport. Travel time to and from the centre of Jakarta (at the Gambir railway station) takes around 70 minutes, depending on traffic. Buses to the airport leave from the various terminals in central Jakarta (Gambir) and surrounding areas. Airport shuttle bus can be found at arrival hall of Terminal 1A-1B-1C, on the eastern wing of arrival hall of Terminal 2F and in front of departure hall of Terminal 3.

Golf course

There is a golf course at the Soekarno–Hatta International Airport supported by the Cengkareng Golf Club. The golf course has been open since 1999. It is located on the left side of the airport main gate by the Sheraton Bandara Hotel. The Cengkareng Golf Club is in the 102-hectare (250-acre) Soewarna Business Park at Soekarno Hatta International Airport. In 2005 and 2008, this golf course was used for Indonesia Open, a part of the PGA European Tour. There are 18 holes in the golf course.

 

Jakarta Airport Guide   is the main airport serving the greater Jakarta area on the island of Java, Indonesia. The airport is often called Cengkareng by Indonesian. Its IATA code, CGK is originated from the word Cengkareng, a subdistrict located to the northwest of the city. Jakarta International Airport has 150 check-in counters, 30 baggage carousels and 42 gates. Each sub-terminal has 25 check-in counters, 5 baggage carrousels and 7 gates.

Sultan Iskandarmuda International Airport (Blang Bintang Airport)

also called Banda Aceh International Airport (Indonesia:Bandara Internasional Banda Aceh) (IATA: BTJ, ICAO:WITT) is the airport located 13,5 kilometres southeast of the capital of Aceh province, Banda Aceh.

Radin Inten II Airport (Branti Airport)

Lampung airport info   IATA: TKG, ICAO: WICT

Radin Inten II (Branti) is a domestic airport that serves the city of Bandar Lampung in Lampung, Indonesia. The name is taken from Radin Inten II, the last Sultan of Lampung. It is located on the Jalan Branti Raya in Branti, Natar, 24km northwesterly of Bandar Lampung in the South Lampung regency. Flights are to and from from Jakarta only – Bandar Lampung can be reached by plane from Jakarta in 40 minutes. The airlines flying are Srivijaya (4 times daily), Garuda Indonesia (twice daily) and Merpati Nusantara (daily) and Riau Air. Do note that Merpati flies to Halim Perdanakusuma Airport not Soekarno-Hatta airport. Average flight cost is about US$40 one way.

Hang Nadim International Airport

(IATA: BTH, ICAO: WIDD), also known as Bandara Internasional Hang Nadim, is located in Batam, Riau Islands, Indonesia. Named after the famousLaksamana Hang Nadim, and is the only airport on the island.  As Batam continues to develop its tourism sector, Hang Nadim has proved to be a sufficiently effective airport. Originally developed as an alternative for Singapore Changi Airport (should an emergency force a redirect for aircraft), Hang Nadim has facilities sufficient for Boeing 747s and A380s, including the longest runway in Indonesia. It can also serve several times more passengers than it is currently serving.Lion Air has based itself from this airport and build a maintenance facility, as Jakarta’s Soekarno–Hatta International Airport is severely congested. BP Batam is planning to build a new terminal. Terminal 1 (old building) and Terminal 2 (new building). The old building is going to be renovated by BP Batam, from a capacity of 3 million passengers to 8 million passengers. The new terminal will have a capacity of 16 million passengers. In total, Hang Nadim International Airport will have a capacity of 24 million passengers. A new runway is also planned by BP Batam. Later on 2016, BP Batam is going to build a monorail from Hang Nadim Airport to Batu Ampar.

Minangkabau International Airport

(IATA: PDG, ICAO: WIPT) is the principal airport serving the province of West Sumatra on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located about 23 km north-west of Padang, in Ketaping, Padang Pariaman regency. The airport became operational in July 2005, replacing the old Tabing Airport in Padang. The airport is named after the Minangkabau ethnic group who inhabit the region. There is one terminal building for both international flights and domestic flights. The airport has 17 check-in counters, 5 baggage conveyors, and 9 ticket sales counters. The architecture of airport terminal adopting bagonjong (spired roof), Minangkabau vernacular architecture commonly found in rumah gadang traditional house.

In late 2013, the runway was lengthen to 250 m that now compatible with Boeing 747, Airbus A340 planes, and also there was a plan to connect the airport to the city of Padang with a train service.

The terminal expansion (Phase II) is already announced and the rendering is already released in Angkasa Pura 2 website.

There are a number of flights serving the routes from and to Minangkabau International Airport, similar to the former Tabing Airport. These routes help to connect Padang to Jakarta, Medan, Batam and Pekanbaru domestically; whereas international routes connect it to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Currently there are six national airlines and one foreign airlines operating at Minangkabau International Airport. The Airport can accommodate wide-body aircraft like Airbus A330 or Boeing 747 and upon completion of the all the facilities in the future, it would have better facilities for passengers and operators as compared with the former Tabing Airport.

Minangkabau International Airport is the second airport in Indonesia, after Soekarno-Hatta Airport at Cengkareng, to be constructed from scratch. According to the Airport’s Masterplan, this airport would be built in three phases; phase two would begin in 2010. When all phases have been completed, a long runway extended up to 3,600 m would be in place. It will also be equipped with a parallel taxiway along the runway. Other constructions include supporting facilities and main passenger terminal building. Given current favorable growth, the number of passengers has reached 1.3 million per year, already more than double the previous target of 622,000 passengers per year to be met by 2010. There is an obvious need for Minangkabau International Airport to be developed and the services to be up-graded as soon as possible in order to accommodate an increasing number (and higher expectations ) of passengers and goods in the future.

Kuala Namu International Airport

Kualanamu International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Kualanamu) (IATA: KNO, ICAO: WIMM) is a newly constructed international airport located in Kuala Namu, Deli Serdang, North Sumatra, Indonesia, 39 kilometers from Medan, replacing Polonia International Airport. The airport is located on the site of what was previously an oil palm plantation of PT. Perkebunan Nusantara II Tanjung Morawa. The airport is expected to become the new international transit center in Sumatra and the western part of Indonesia, which it is the second largest airport after Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, but the first airport which has a direct rail link to Medan city, the capital of North Sumatra. The airport is Indonesia’s second largest, after Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, with a 224,298 m² passengers terminal  and will eventually have a capacity of 50 million passengers (2030), a figure if realised today would place the airport in the top 10 busiest by passenger numbers in the world, although by the time this figure is achieved it is likely that there will be many airports carrying more passengers The airport is the first in Indonesia with a publicly accessible check-in area (current Indonesian airports restrict access to ticket holders with security at the gate). This means a much larger and more spacious check-in area than the existing airport.

Train services is provided by Railink, a joint venture between Angkasa Pura II and Indonesian Railway. It is the first integrated airport rail link in Indonesia, city check-in and electronic tickets are also available for convenience.[28]Online reservation were available for booking and also vending machines serve Visa and MasterCard and debit card of BNI, BRI, BCA, Mandiri and Mega. Train services costs IDR 80,000 or about $8. The trains were made in South Korea.

The train runs trip from Medan Main Station beside the Merdeka Square at Balai Kota Street at 4:00 a.m. to 08:00 p.m and from the airport at 5:25 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. It is the fastest way to reach the airport, taking 30 minutes, but from the Airport to Medan taking 30 to 47 minutes.

A state-owned bus company DAMRI operates services to the airport. The DAMRI bus has only two bus shelters in Medan, on Gatot Subroto next to Plaza Medan Fair and at Amplas bus terminal. It takes about 60 to 90 minutes to reach the airport. The fare is cheaper than a train ride to city. There is also a sharing cab which carries passengers to several destinations. Paradep and Travel Nice Trans links the airport to Parapat via Pematang Siantar that is main gateway to reach some popular destinations like Samosir Island and Lake Toba

Samarinda International Airport

Samarinda International Airport (Abbrev.: BSB) is a main airport under construction in Samarinda. It is in the village of Sungai Siring, which is one of five villages in Samarinda Utara subdistrict. It is colloquially known asSungai Siring Airport (فرودگاه سیرینگ), to distinguish it from its predecessor, Temindung Airport.  Sungai Siring International Airport is home to Kaltim’s largest passenger terminal buildings.

Ground transport

The airport was built with ground-transportation considerations in mind, connected by the Samarinda Utara Road on Sungai Siring, linking to inner Samarinda.

Bus

Damri will operate some bus routes to the airport from various parts of Samarinda.

Rail

The airport will be reached by Samarinda Rail, a dedicated rail link provided by Pemkot Samarinda.

Ngurah Rai International Airport (Bali International Airport)    http://www.baliairport.com/

Bali Airport

Bali Airport

Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport, is located in southern Bali, 13 km south of Denpasar. It is Indonesia’s third-busiest international airport.

(Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Ngurah Rai) (IATA: DPS, ICAO: WADD), also known as Denpasar International Airport, is located in southern Bali, 13 km south of Denpasar. Ngurah Rai is the 3rd busiest airport in Indonesia after Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Surabaya’s Juanda International Airport

The International Terminal is located in the newer L shaped terminal whilst the Domestic Terminal is located in the older adjacent building a short distance to the south east of the international terminal. The airport has 18 gates: 8 in the Domestic terminal, and 10 in the International terminal. The two terminals are separated by the Festival Plaza.

The International terminal has a Balinese architectural theme and has separate departure and arrival halls. Its capacity is up to 4,938,840 passengers a year. The departures area has 62 check-in counters that are equipped with electronic scales and luggage conveyors. Ten of the international gates have Jet Bridges and automated aircraft parking systems. The international departure lounge areas have a total capacity of 3,175 passengers.

The Domestic Terminal has 28 check in counters with electronic scales and a luggage conveyor system provided. The boarding hall has a capacity of up to 2,118 people. The Luggage claim area has 2 L type baggage carousel units. The domestic terminal is undergoing major renovation, all 8 gates will be equipped with jetways and expected to finish mid 2014

The airport operates a fleet of buses to ferry passengers to and from aircraft as the domestic terminal has and insufficient number of gates to accommodate aircraft. Domestic travellers are often ferried to aircraft parked on the apron in between the domestic terminal and the cargo terminal to the east of the International and domestic terminals using these buses. The terminal also has prayer rooms, showers and massage service. Various lounge areas are provided, some including children’s play areas and movie lounges, broadcasting movies, news, variety & entertainment and sport channels.

Juwata International Airport

(IATA: TRK, ICAO: WALR)[1] is an airport in Tarakan, North Kalimantan, Indonesia. It is located on the island of Tarakan which is off the coast of Borneo

Achmad Yani International Airport

(Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Achmad Yani) (IATA: SRG, ICAO: WARS) serves Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. Achmad Yani International Airport has one terminal to the south of the runway, with one arrival and departure gate each for domestic and international flights. The terminal has a total area of 2657 m2 and domestic capacity of 180 passengers. Facilities include souvenir shops, food outlets, bank, money changer, hotel and travel booking offices, taxi and rental car services.

Juanda International Airport

Surabaya Juanda Airport

Surabaya Juanda Airport

Surabaya Juanda International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Juanda) (IATA: SUB, ICAO: WARR) serves Surabaya, East Java and surrounding areas. Surabaya Airport is the third-busiest airport in Indonesia after Jakarta and Bali.

Surabaya Airport has two terminals:
Terminal A – all international flights and Garuda Indonesia domestic flights
Terminal B – other airlines domestic flights

Terminal 2 is under construction.  The three-storey terminal building opened at the end of 206 offers travelers modern facilities and a wide range of airport services, including many shopping and dining venues.

Surabaya Airport GuideSurabaya Juanda International Airport (SUB)

Adisumarmo International Airport

(IATA: SOC, ICAO: WARQ) is an airport in Solo, Central Java, Indonesia. It is located 14 km north of the city.

It was the sole international level airport in Southern Central Java, until the upgrading of the Adisucipto International Airport in Yogyakarta and the Achmad Yani International Airport in Semarang. Shuttle airport bus are serving several destination from Adisumarmo International Airport, currently it serves by a bus operator  Various taxi and shuttle services are provided by numerous service providers.

Adisucipto International Airport

Adisucipto (or Adisutjipto) International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Adisucipto) (IATA: JOG, ICAO: WARJ) is the principal airport serving the Yogyakarta area on the island of Java, Indonesia.

It is in the Sleman Regency, in the Yogyakarta Special Region, on the northeast outskirts of the city, near the Prambanan historic temple site.   Adisucipto Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the region of Java–Bali, after Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) in Jakarta, Juanda International Airport (SUB) in Surabaya and Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Bali

Shuttle buses serve several destinations from Adisucipto Airport; it is served by a bus operator

Trans Jogja, a bus rapid transit (BRT) of Yogyakarta opened several routes passing through the Adisucipto Airport which connects passengers to destinations around Yogyakarta, along with other Trans Jogja routes.

Car and taxi

Located in Solo Road km. 9 which connects Adisucipto Airport to Yogyakarta city center and also Solo. There is extensive car and motorcycle parking space available. Car rental and taxis are available.

Rail

Adisucipto Airport is connected with Maguwo Station. Maguwo Station is equipped with underground tunnel which connects passengers to the airport. This station is served by Prameks (Prambanan Ekspress) commuter serving Kutoarjo-Yogyakarta-Solo Balapan-Palurcorridor, Madiun Jaya Ekspress and Madiun Jaya serving Madiun-Yogyakarta, and Sriwedari (running between Yogya and Solo, substituting missing Prameks schedules).

Sultan Iskandarmuda International Airport

(Indonesian:Bandar Udara Internasional Sultan Iskandar Muda), also called Banda Aceh International Airport (Indonesia:Bandara Internasional Banda Aceh) (IATA: BTJ, ICAO:WITT) is the airport located 13,5 kilometres southeast of the capital of Aceh province, Banda Aceh. It is named after the twelfth sultan of Aceh, Iskandar Muda. This airport was formerly called Blangbintang Airport (Indonesian: Bandara Blangbintang), referred to its location in a subdistrict with same name. This airport is listed as the 23rd busiest airport in Indonesia.

Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport

(Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Sultan Mahmud Badarudin II) (IATA: PLM, ICAO: WIPP) is an international airport serving the city of Palembang, South Sumatra and surrounding areas. It is in the region KM.10 Sukarame District.

Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport

(IATA: PKU, ICAO: WIBB) is an international airport that serves the city of Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia. The airport is often referred as to SSK II, SSK or Sultan Syarif Qasim II International Airport (SSQ II), and formerly known as Simpang Tiga Airport. The namesake of the airport is Sultan Syarif Kasim II, the last sultan of Siak and an Indonesian National Hero. The airport serves flights to and from several cities in Indonesia and neighbouring countries such as Malaysia and Singapore.

VIP room

VIP lounge is located on the eastern side the terminal of Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport. VIP lounge is personified to cater the special guests such as presidents, governmental people, ambassadors and others. In 2012, the airport’s VIP room was awarded as the best VIP Room by PT Angkasa Pura II.

Executive lounge

The executive lounge or known as Lembayung Executive Lounge provides a cozy and comfortable area, specially designated for passengers that are waiting for flights. The executive club lounge can be accessed by those passengers who are possessing credit cards that are issued by several multinational bank in Indonesia who collaborate with the airport

Passenger Services

The newly built airport has been equipped by several retailers and services like ATM Center, Post Office, Clinics, Money Changer, and others. The shopping outlets and retailers such as food court, grocery shops, souvenir stands and fashion store (including Batik Keris, Keris Toys & Bookshop, Kondang Art & Craft, Polo Store), and F&B outlets are available as well (including A&W Restaurant, Bakso Lapangan Tembak Senayan, CFC Restaurant, Excelso Coffee, New Zealand Natural, Rotiboy, Roti O, Solaria Cafe, and the local coffee-shop franchise, Kimteng Coffee.

Raja Haji Fisabilillah International Airport

(IATA: TNJ, ICAO: WIDN), formerly Kijang Airport, is an airport located in Tanjung Pinang, Bintan, Riau Islands, Indonesia

Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport

(IATA: UPG, ICAO: WAAA) is located 17 km northeast of Makassar and operated by PT. Angkasa Pura I. The new terminal was opened on 20 August 2008. This airport is the main gateway for flights to the eastern part of Indonesia,  Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport is located on the border of Makassar, and Maros, a suburb in South Sulawesi, approximately 15 minutes (17 km) from Makassar city via freeway/tollway or 20 minutes (23 km) via highway.  Both for international and domestic flights. All other Garuda Indonesia international routes either transit in Jakarta or Denpasar.

Bus

Shuttle airport bus are serving several destination from Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, currently it serves by a bus operator, “Damri“.

Various taxi and shuttle services are provided by numerous service providers.

Sam Ratulangi International Airport

IATA: MDC, ICAO: WAMM), also known as Manado International Airport, is located in North Sulawesi, 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) northeast of Manado. It is designated as one of the 11 main entry ports to Indonesia by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Indonesia and serves as the main gateway to the Bunaken National Marine Park. It is currently the hub of Lion Air/Wings Air for the northeastern part of Indonesia and is one of the focus cities of Garuda Indonesia. It is served by one international airline, Silkair.   The passenger terminal is equipped with a bank, automated teller machines, restaurants (i.e., KFC and Es Teler 77), cafeterias, bars, a VIP Lounge, duty-free shopping, newsagent/tobacconist, gift shops, travel agents, car rental, taxi service/rank, First Aid service, a baby/parent room, 8,074 m2 of parking space, an escalator, and an elevator for the disabled. Garuda Indonesia uses Bunaken Lounge for its Executive class passengers or Garuda Frequent Flyer (GFF) gold and platinum card holders.

Taxi

Plenty of metered-taxis standby at the airport until the last flight of the day arrives.

Bus

Damri buses from the airport to city

Lombok Praya International Airport 

(IATA: LOP, ICAO: WADL) is a new airport on the island of Lombok in Indonesia. It is the island’s only fully operational airport  The Indonesian government is actively promoting both Lombok and neighboring Sumbawa as Indonesia’s number two tourism destination after Bali  The airport site is at Tanak Awu, in Kabupaten Lombok Tengah (Regency of Central Lombok), Lombok, Indonesia, south west of Mataram the provincial capital of Nusa Tenggara Barat and a few kilometers south west of the small regional city of Praya. The airport deploys in 551.8 hectares with cost Rp.945.8 billion ($108 million) which PT Angkasa Pura-I shouldering Rp.795.8 billion, West Nusa Tenggara province Rp.110 billion and Central Lombok Regency Rp.40 billion  The Lombok International Airport area has the second largest area after Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

The airport is provided with a single (dual function) terminal building with separate sections for the handling of international arrival and departures. Cargo operations are handled at a separate self-contained facility within the airport grounds.

A small VIP terminal building is situated approximately 300 m south east of the main terminal, it is accessed by a separate internal access road to the main terminal.

DAMRI provide a public airport shuttle service to Terminal Mandalika (city bus terminal) on the eastern outskirts of Mataram and on to the west coast at Senggigi. The public bus service uses a dedicated fleet of modern air-conditioned buses and provides a scheduled service for set fees   The Airport taxi service is supplemented by metered taxis provided by the two established operators Bluebird Taxi and Express Taxi.

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