Senin, 20 Agustus 2012

airports in indonesia



Name ICAO ID City Alternate Name
ABDUL RACHMAN SALEH WARA Malang  
ACHMAD YANI WARS Semarang  
ADI SUMARMO WIRYOKUSUMO WARQ Solo  
ADI SUTJIPTO WARJ Yogyakarta  
AEK GODANG WIME Padang Sidempuan  
ANDI JEMMA WAWM Masamba  
ARU      
BABO WASO    
BALI INTL WADD Denpasar NGURAH RAI INTL
BANDING AGUNG WIPD Pasar Bandingagung  
BATU LICIN WAOC    
BATUJAJAR      
BETOAMBARI WAWB Bau Bau  
BINAKA WIMB Gunung Sitoli  
BUBUNG WAMW Luwok  
BUDIARTO WICB Tangerang  
BUNYU WALV Bunju I  
CIBEUREUM WICM Tasikmalaja  
DABO WIDS Singkep  
DEPATI AMIR WIPK Pangkal Pinang  
DOMINIQUE EDWARD OSOK   Sorong SORONG MAINLAND
DR FERDINAND LUMBAN TOBING WIMS Sibolga PINANG SORE
DUMATUBIN WAPL Langgur  
EL TARI WATT Kupang  
FAK FAK WASF   TOREA
FATMAWATI SOEKARNO WIPL Bengkulu PADANG KEMILING
FRANS KAISIEPO WABB Biak  
GADING WONOSARI   Gunung Kidul  
GATOT SUBRATO WIPO Batu Raja  
H AS HANANDJOEDDIN WIOD Tanjung Pandan  
H HASAN AROEBOESMAN WATE Ende IPI
HALIM PERDANAKUSUMA INTL WIHH Jakarta  
HANG NADIM WIDD Batam  
HASAN WAOS Sampit HAJI HASAN
HASANUDDIN WAAA Ujung Pandang  
HUSEIN SASTRANEGARA WICC Bandung  
ISKANDAR WAOI Pangkalan Bun  
ISWAHYUDI WARI Madiun  
JALALUDDIN WAMG Gorontalo DJALALUDDIN
JAPURA WIPR Rengat  
JEFMAN WASS Sorong  
JUANDA WARR Surabaya  
JUWATA WALR Tarakan  
KAIMANA WASK Utarom  
KALIMARU WALK Tanjung Redep  
KASIGUNCU WAMP Poso  
KIJANG WIDN Tanjung Pinang  
KOBOK   Gosowong Mine  
KORNASOREN   Numfoor I  
LHOK SUKON WITL    
MAIMUN SALEH WITB Sabang  
MALI WATM Alor I  
MALIKUS SALEH WITM Lhok Seumawe  
MANGKAJANG WALX    
MARANGGO   Pulau Tomea  
MAU HAU WADW Waingapu  
MEKAR PUTIH WAOH    
MINANGKABAU WIPT Padang  
MOPAH WAKK Merauke  
MOSES KILANGIN WABP Timika  
MUARA BADAK PUJANGAN WALQ    
MUHAMMAD SALAHUDDIN WADB Bima  
MUTIARA WAML Palu  
MUTIARA II WATO Labuhan Bajo  
NABIRE WABI    
NAHA WAMH Tahuna  
NANGA PINOH I WIOG    
NANGASURI WAPK    
NUSAWIRU      
PAGERUNGAN   Pagerungan Besar  
PANGSUMA WIOP Putussibau  
PASIR PANGARAAN WIDE    
PATTIMURA WAPP Ambon  
PENDOPO WIPQ    
PENGGUNG WICD Cirebon  
PINANG KAMPAI WIBD Dumai  
PITU WAMR    
POLONIA WIMM Medan  
PONDOK CABE WIHP Jakarta  
PONGTIKU WAWT Tanah Toraja  
RADIN INTEN II WICT Bandar Lampung  
RAHADI USMAN WIOK Ketapang  
RANAI WION Natuna Besar Is  
RENDANI WASR Manokwari  
RUMPIN      
SAM RATULANGI WAMM Manado  
SATAR TACIK WATG Ruteng  
SELAPARANG WADA Mataram  
SENTANI WAJJ Jayapura  
SEPINGGAN WALL Balikpapan  
SILANGIT WIMN    
SIMPANGTIGA REDELONG      
SOEKARNO HATTA INTL WIII Jakarta  
SOROAKO WAWS    
SULTAN BABULLAH WAMT Ternate BABULLAH
SULTAN ISKANDARMUDA WITT Banda Aceh  
SULTAN MAHMUD BADARUDDIN II WIPP Palembang  
SULTAN SYARIF KASIM II WIBB Pekanbaru  
SULTAN THAHA WIPA Jambi  
SUMBAWA BESAR WADS Sumbawa  
SUPADIO WIOO Pontianak  
SUSILO WIOS Sintang  
SYAMSUDIN NOOR WAOO Banjarmasin  
TABING WIMG Padang  
TAMBOLAKA WADT Waikabubak WAIKABUBAK
TANJUNG HARAPAN WALG Tanjung Selor  
TANJUNG SANTAN WALT    
TAREMPA WIOM Matak I MATAK
TEMINDUNG WALS Samarinda  
TJILIK RIWUT WAOP Palangkaraya  
TUNGGUL WULUNG WIHL Cilacap  
WAI OTI WATC Maumere  
WAMENA WAJW    
WARUKIN WAON Tanjung  
WOLTER MONGINSIDI WAWW Kendari  

airports in indonesia



Name ICAO ID City Alternate Name
ABDUL RACHMAN SALEH WARA Malang  
ACHMAD YANI WARS Semarang  
ADI SUMARMO WIRYOKUSUMO WARQ Solo  
ADI SUTJIPTO WARJ Yogyakarta  
AEK GODANG WIME Padang Sidempuan  
ANDI JEMMA WAWM Masamba  
ARU      
BABO WASO    
BALI INTL WADD Denpasar NGURAH RAI INTL
BANDING AGUNG WIPD Pasar Bandingagung  
BATU LICIN WAOC    
BATUJAJAR      
BETOAMBARI WAWB Bau Bau  
BINAKA WIMB Gunung Sitoli  
BUBUNG WAMW Luwok  
BUDIARTO WICB Tangerang  
BUNYU WALV Bunju I  
CIBEUREUM WICM Tasikmalaja  
DABO WIDS Singkep  
DEPATI AMIR WIPK Pangkal Pinang  
DOMINIQUE EDWARD OSOK   Sorong SORONG MAINLAND
DR FERDINAND LUMBAN TOBING WIMS Sibolga PINANG SORE
DUMATUBIN WAPL Langgur  
EL TARI WATT Kupang  
FAK FAK WASF   TOREA
FATMAWATI SOEKARNO WIPL Bengkulu PADANG KEMILING
FRANS KAISIEPO WABB Biak  
GADING WONOSARI   Gunung Kidul  
GATOT SUBRATO WIPO Batu Raja  
H AS HANANDJOEDDIN WIOD Tanjung Pandan  
H HASAN AROEBOESMAN WATE Ende IPI
HALIM PERDANAKUSUMA INTL WIHH Jakarta  
HANG NADIM WIDD Batam  
HASAN WAOS Sampit HAJI HASAN
HASANUDDIN WAAA Ujung Pandang  
HUSEIN SASTRANEGARA WICC Bandung  
ISKANDAR WAOI Pangkalan Bun  
ISWAHYUDI WARI Madiun  
JALALUDDIN WAMG Gorontalo DJALALUDDIN
JAPURA WIPR Rengat  
JEFMAN WASS Sorong  
JUANDA WARR Surabaya  
JUWATA WALR Tarakan  
KAIMANA WASK Utarom  
KALIMARU WALK Tanjung Redep  
KASIGUNCU WAMP Poso  
KIJANG WIDN Tanjung Pinang  
KOBOK   Gosowong Mine  
KORNASOREN   Numfoor I  
LHOK SUKON WITL    
MAIMUN SALEH WITB Sabang  
MALI WATM Alor I  
MALIKUS SALEH WITM Lhok Seumawe  
MANGKAJANG WALX    
MARANGGO   Pulau Tomea  
MAU HAU WADW Waingapu  
MEKAR PUTIH WAOH    
MINANGKABAU WIPT Padang  
MOPAH WAKK Merauke  
MOSES KILANGIN WABP Timika  
MUARA BADAK PUJANGAN WALQ    
MUHAMMAD SALAHUDDIN WADB Bima  
MUTIARA WAML Palu  
MUTIARA II WATO Labuhan Bajo  
NABIRE WABI    
NAHA WAMH Tahuna  
NANGA PINOH I WIOG    
NANGASURI WAPK    
NUSAWIRU      
PAGERUNGAN   Pagerungan Besar  
PANGSUMA WIOP Putussibau  
PASIR PANGARAAN WIDE    
PATTIMURA WAPP Ambon  
PENDOPO WIPQ    
PENGGUNG WICD Cirebon  
PINANG KAMPAI WIBD Dumai  
PITU WAMR    
POLONIA WIMM Medan  
PONDOK CABE WIHP Jakarta  
PONGTIKU WAWT Tanah Toraja  
RADIN INTEN II WICT Bandar Lampung  
RAHADI USMAN WIOK Ketapang  
RANAI WION Natuna Besar Is  
RENDANI WASR Manokwari  
RUMPIN      
SAM RATULANGI WAMM Manado  
SATAR TACIK WATG Ruteng  
SELAPARANG WADA Mataram  
SENTANI WAJJ Jayapura  
SEPINGGAN WALL Balikpapan  
SILANGIT WIMN    
SIMPANGTIGA REDELONG      
SOEKARNO HATTA INTL WIII Jakarta  
SOROAKO WAWS    
SULTAN BABULLAH WAMT Ternate BABULLAH
SULTAN ISKANDARMUDA WITT Banda Aceh  
SULTAN MAHMUD BADARUDDIN II WIPP Palembang  
SULTAN SYARIF KASIM II WIBB Pekanbaru  
SULTAN THAHA WIPA Jambi  
SUMBAWA BESAR WADS Sumbawa  
SUPADIO WIOO Pontianak  
SUSILO WIOS Sintang  
SYAMSUDIN NOOR WAOO Banjarmasin  
TABING WIMG Padang  
TAMBOLAKA WADT Waikabubak WAIKABUBAK
TANJUNG HARAPAN WALG Tanjung Selor  
TANJUNG SANTAN WALT    
TAREMPA WIOM Matak I MATAK
TEMINDUNG WALS Samarinda  
TJILIK RIWUT WAOP Palangkaraya  
TUNGGUL WULUNG WIHL Cilacap  
WAI OTI WATC Maumere  
WAMENA WAJW    
WARUKIN WAON Tanjung  
WOLTER MONGINSIDI WAWW Kendari  

Minggu, 12 Agustus 2012

bandara polonia medan

Pada tahun 1924, setelah berita pertama tentang kedatangan pesawat udara itu tidak terdengar, maka rencana kedatangan pesawat udara kembali terdengar. Mengingat waktu itu sangat pendek, persiapan untuk lapangan terbang tidak dapat dikejar, akhirnya pesawat kecil yang diawaki van der Hoop yang menumpangi pesawat Fokker, bersama VN Poelman dan van der Broeke mendarat di lapangan pacuan kuda yakni Deli Renvereeniging, disambut Sultan Deli Sulaiman Syariful Alamsyah.
Setelah pesawat pertama mendarat di Medan, maka Asisten Residen Sumatera Timur Mr. CS Van Kempen mendesak pemerintah Hindia Belanda di Batavia, agar mempercepat dropping dana untuk menyelesaikan pembangunan lapangan terbang Polonia. Pada
1928 lapangan terbang Polonia dibuka secara resmi, ditandai dengan mendaratnya enam pesawat udara milik KNILM, anak perusahaan KLM, pada landasan yang masih darurat, berupa tanah yang dikeraskan. Mulai tahun 1930, perusahaan penerbangan Belanda KLM serta anak perusahaannya KNILM membuka jaringan penerbangan ke Medan secara berkala. Pada tahun 1936 lapangan terbang Polonia untuk pertama kalinya melakukan perbaikan yaitu pembuatan landasan pacu (runway) sepanjang 600 meter.
Pada tahun 1975, berdasarkan keputusan bersama Departemen Pertahanan dan Keamanan, Departemen Perhubungan dan Departemen Keuangan, pengelolaan pelabuhan udara Polonia menjadi hak pengelolaan bersama antara Pangkalan Udara AURI dan Pelabuhan Udara Sipil. Dan mulai 1985 berdasarkan Peraturan Pemerintah No 30 Tahun 1985, pengelolaan pelabuhan udara Polonia diserahkan kepada Perum Angkasa Pura yang selanjutnya mulai
1 Januari 1994 menjadi PT. Angkasa Pura II (Persero).

Sabtu, 11 Agustus 2012

Juanda Airport Surabaya In Indonesia.

Juanda International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Juanda) (IATA: SUB, ICAO: WARR), is an airport located in Sidoarjo, a small town near Surabaya, East Java. This airport serves Surabaya and surrounding areas. Juanda International Airport is operated by PT Angkasa Pura I. Juanda International Airport is the second biggest airport in Indonesia, after Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

Airport development.

A new three-story terminal building was opened on November 10, 2006. The building has a capacity of 8 million passengers per year and features a 51,500 m² domestic passenger terminal, a 20,200 m² international terminal and 11 airbridges. There is a separate 5,300 m² administration building, including a 15-story control tower, and a 2-story cargo building with domestic and international cargo sections, capable of handling 120,000 tons of cargo a year.

The new apron with an area of 148,000 m² can handle 18 aircraft simultaneously, including 2 wide body, 11 medium and 5 small aircraft. There are two 3000x30m parallel taxiways, including 5 exit taxiways (30m wide) and 4 connecting taxiways (also 30m).

The previous terminal buildings are no longer used.

Airlines and destinations.

The following destinations are served from Surabaya (as of November 2007):

Terminal A.

Domestic.

Garuda Indonesia: Domestic departures (Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta)

International

AirAsia (Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur)
Indonesia AirAsia (Kuala Lumpur)
Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong)
EVA Air (Taipei-Taoyuan)
Garuda Indonesia (Singapore)
Jetstar Asia Airways
Valuair (Singapore)
Kartika Airlines (Johor Bahru)
Lion Air (Kuala Lumpur) [1]
Merpati Nusantara Airlines (Kuala Lumpur)
Singapore Airlines
SilkAir (Singapore)

Terminal B.

Domestic.

AirAsia
Indonesia AirAsia (Jakarta)
Airfast Indonesia (Jakarta, Ujung Pandang)
Batavia Air (Ambon, Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta, Kupang, Mataram, Palangkaraya, Pontianak, Tarakan, Ujung Pandang, Yogyakarta) [2]
Garuda Indonesia: Domestic arrival (Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta)
Citilink (Batam, Balikpapan)
Kartika Airlines (Balikpapan, Tarakan, Yogyakarta) [3]
Lion Air (Ambon, Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Batam, Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta, Malang, Mataram, Ujung Pandang, Yogyakarta)
Wings Air (Banjarmasin, Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta)
Mandala Airlines (Batam, Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta, Malang)
Merpati Nusantara Airlines (Cilacap, Denpasar/Bali, Jakarta, Kupang, Malang, Mataram, Palangkaraya, Pontianak, Ujung Pandang, Yogyakarta)
Sriwijaya Air (Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Batam [4], Jakarta, Kupang, Semarang, Ujung Pandang)

Accidents and incidents.
On February 21, 2007 Adam Air Flight 172, a Boeing 737 with registration PK-KKV, bends while landing at Surabaya airport. There are no fatalities to the 148 people on board, but six of Adam Air's Boeing 737s are grounded for safety inspections.

Ngurah Rai Airport In Bali Indonesia.

Ngurah Rai International Airport (IATA: DPS, ICAO: WADD), also known as Denpasar International Airport, is located in southern Bali, 13 km south of Denpasar. It is Indonesia's third-busiest international airport, after Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Surabaya's Juanda International Airport. The airport is located close to the extensive tourist developments of southern Bali; the resort center of Kuta is 2.5 km north of the airport. The airport was previously determined by Transportation Security Administration of the United States of America in 2005 as not meeting the security standards of the International Civil Aviation Administration,[1] however this warning was lifted on 2007-10-11.[2].

This airport is collecting an Airport Improvement Fee of Rp 150,000 per traveller (approximately $17 USD / €12) upon departure. Passengers have to pay cash in Rupiah. Many international travellers also have to pay for an entry visa on-arrival. This costs US$10 for a 7 day stay, and US$25 for a 30 day stay and must be paid in cash[3]. The visas are non-extendable and cannot be converted. There are also a number of countries that require a visa to be organised before arrival, or do not require a visa at all. A list is available here. This is applicable to Indonesia in general and is not specific to Bali.
Domestic Arrival and Departure Terminal Area: 9.039 m²
International Arrival and Departure Terminal Area: 28.630 m²
The parking area is 38.358 m².
The total terminal area is 265.60 Ha.

The Domestic Terminal is located in the old building, while the International Terminal is located in the L shaped terminal. The airport has 17 gates: 3 in the Domestic Terminal, and 14 in the International Terminal. The Domestic Terminal has 35 check in counters, and 2 baggage carousels.

A new airport is proposed to change Ngurah Rai airport in Jembrana regency in western Bali[4].

Airlines and destinations.

The following airlines operate from Ngurah Rai International Airport (as of March 2008):

Passenger Terminal.

Domestic Terminal.
Adam Air (Jakarta)
AirAsia
Indonesia AirAsia (Jakarta)
Batavia Air (Jakarta, Pontianak, Surabaya, Yogyakarta)
Garuda Indonesia (Balikpapan, Jakarta, Jayapura, Makassar, Surabaya, Timika, Yogyakarta)
Citilink (Jakarta, Mataram, Surabaya)
Lion Air (Jakarta, Makassar, Mataram)
Mandala Airlines (Balikpapan, Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta)
Merpati Nusantara Airlines (Bandung, Bima, Dili, Jakarta, Kupang, Mataram, Maumere, Surabaya, Waingapu)
Pelita Air (Ende, Kupang, Maumere, Labuan Bajo, Waingapu)
Sriwijaya Air (Jakarta, Surabaya)
Wings Air (Mataram, Surabaya, Yogyakarta)

International Terminal.
AirAsia (Kuala Lumpur)
Indonesia AirAsia (Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Kuala Lumpur) [begins 2 May]
Airnorth (Darwin)
Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong)
China Airlines (Taipei-Taoyuan)
Continental Airlines
Continental Micronesia (Guam)
Garuda Indonesia (Darwin, Melbourne, Nagoya-Centrair [resumes 2 June], Osaka-Kansai, Perth, Seoul-Incheon, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo-Narita)
Japan Airlines (Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Narita)
Jetstar Asia Airways
Valuair (Singapore)
Korean Air (Seoul-Incheon)
Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur)
Ozjet (Perth)
Qantas (Perth, Singapore)
Jetstar Airways (Melbourne, Sydney)
Qatar Airways (Doha, Kuala Lumpur)
Royal Brunei Airlines (Bandar Seri Begawan)
Singapore Airlines (Singapore)
Skywest (Broome [seasonal])
Thai Airways International (Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi)

Charter airlines.

China Eastern Airlines (Shanghai-Pudong)
Shanghai Airlines (Shanghai-Pudong0

Past airlines and routes.

Airlines still in operations with its terminated routes.

Garuda Indonesia (Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Amsterdam, Auckland, Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Frankfurt, Fukuoka, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Nagoya-Centrair, Taipei)
Malaysia Airlines (Johor Bahru)
Merpati Nusantara Airlines (Balikpapan, Biak, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth, Porthedland, Sumbawa)
Qantas (Darwin, Melbourne, Sydney)

Past airlines with its destinations.
All Nippon Airways (Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Narita)
Bouraq Indonesia Airlines (Balikpapan, Surabaya)
EVA Air (Taipei)

Incidents.

February 16, 1998: China Airlines Flight 676 took off from Ngurah Rai. Upon approach to Chiang Kai-shek International Airport the aircraft crashed, killing everyone on board.

Sultan Syarif Qasim II Airport In Pekanbaru Indonesia.

Sultan Syarif Qasim 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 SSQ II, SSQ or Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport (SSK II), and formerly known as Simpang Tiga Airport. The name of the airport is obtained from Sultan Syarif Qasim II which is a pre-independence historical figure from Riau.

The airport serves flights to and from several cities in Indonesia and neighboring countries such as Malaysia and Singapore and some direct flights to Jakarta, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, Medan and Batam. In recent years, as the establishment of the locally-owned Riau Airlines, PKU is also the home base of the airline, servicing into small and regional airports within Riau, Riau Islands, and Jambi.

The airport also the homebase of TNI-AU (Indonesian Air Force) 12th Squadron airbase, a shelter to some Hawk Mk.109s and Mk.209s, and also Sikorsky S-58T Twinpac on the rotor-wing side.

The Provincial Government of Riau is considering to move the airport into a new and convenient place, somewhat outside the city of Pekanbaru. Some locations have been chosen, but the final decision has not been made yet.

Airlines and passengers.
AirAsia
Indonesia AirAsia (Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur [begins 30 Mar, 2008]) )
Garuda Indonesia (Jakarta, Singapore)
Merpati Nusantara Airlines (Jakarta, Medan)
Riau Airlines (Malacca)

Soekarno-Hatta Airport In Indonesia.

History.

Between 1928–1974, the Kemayoran Airfield intended for domestic flights was considered too close to an Indonesian military airfield, Halim Perdanakusuma. The civil airspace in the area became narrow, while air traffic increased rapidly, which risked international air traffic. In 1969, a Senior Communication Officers meeting in Bangkok expressed this concern.

In the early 1970s, with the help of USAID, eight potential locations were analyzed for a new international airport, namely Kemayoran, Malaka, Babakan, Jonggol, Halim, Curug, South Tangerang and North Tangerang. Finally, the North Tangerang airspace was chosen and it was also noted that Jonggol could be used as an alternative airfield. Meanwhile the Indonesian government started to upgrade the Halim Perdanakusumah airfield to be used for domestic flights.

Between 1974–1975, a Canadian consultant consortium consisting of Aviation Planning Services Ltd., ACRESS International Ltd., and Searle Wilbee Rowland (SWR), won a bid for the new airport feasibility project. The feasibility study started on 20 February 1974 with a total cost of 1 million Canadian Dollars. The one-year project proceed with an Indonesian partner represented by PT Konavi. By the end of March 1975, the study revealed a plan to build three inline runways, a perforated road, three international terminal buildings, three domestic buildings and one building for Hajj flights. Three stores for the domestic terminals would be built between 1975–1981 with a cost of US$ 465 million and one domestic terminal including an apron from 1982–1985 with a cost of US$ 126 million. A new terminal project, named the Jakarta International Airport Cengkareng (code: JIA-C), began.