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List of airports in Indonesia

Map of Indonesia

This is a list of airports in Indonesia, sorted by location.

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 (ATS).[1]


  • Airports 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Location served Province ICAO IATA Airport name
Bandung West Java WICC BDO Husein Sastranegara International Airport
Banyuwangi East Java WADY BWX Blimbingsari Airport
Cirebon West Java WICD CBN Penggung Airport
Cilacap Central Java WAHL CXP Tunggul Wulung Airport
South Tangerang Banten WIHP PCB Pondok Cabe Airport
Jakarta Special Capital City District of Jakarta WIHH HLP Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport
Jakarta Banten WIII CGK Soekarno–Hatta International Airport
Jember East Java WARE JBB Notohadinegoro Airport
Malang East Java WARA MLG Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport
Semarang Central Java WAHS SRG Achmad Yani International Airport
Surabaya East Java WARR SUB Juanda International Airport [1]
Surakarta (Solo City) Central Java WAHQ SOC Adisumarmo International Airport (Adi Sumarmo Wiryokusumo) [2]
Yogyakarta Yogyakarta Special Region WAHH JOG Adisucipto International Airport (Adisutjipto Airport) [2]
Banda Aceh Aceh WITT BTJ Sultan Iskandarmuda International Airport (Blang Bintang Airport) [3]
Bandar Lampung Lampung WILL TKG Radin Inten II Airport (Branti Airport)
Batam Riau Islands WIDD BTH Hang Nadim International Airport [3]
Bengkulu Bengkulu WIGG BKS Fatmawati Soekarno Airport (Padang Kemiling Airport)
Dumai Riau WIBD DUM Pinang Kampai Airport
Gunung Sitoli North Sumatra WIMB GNS Binaka Airport [4]
Jambi City Jambi WIJJ DJB Sultan Thaha Airport
Padang West Sumatra WIEE PDG Minangkabau International Airport (replaced Tabing Airport) [4]
Batu Islands North Sumatra WIMO LSE Lasondre Airport [5]
Lubuklinggau South Sumatra WIPB LLG Silampari Airport
Medan North Sumatra WIMM KNO (previously: MES) Kuala Namu International Airport (replaced Polonia Airport)
Medan North Sumatra WIMK MES Soewondo Air Force Base
Padang Sidempuan North Sumatra WIME AEG Aek Godang Airport [6]
Palembang South Sumatra WIPP PLM Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport [5]
Pangkal Pinang Bangka–Belitung Islands WIKK PGK Depati Amir Airport (Pangkal Pinang Airport)
Parapat / Toba Samosir North Sumatra WIMP SIW Sibisa Airport [7]
Pekanbaru Riau WIBB PKU Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport (Simpang Tiga Airport) [8]
Sibolga North Sumatra WIMS FLZ Ferdinand Lumban Tobing Airport [9]
Siborong-Borong North Sumatra WIMN DTB Silangit Airport [10]
Tanjung Pandan Bangka–Belitung Islands WIKT TJQ H.A.S. Hanandjoeddin Airport (Buluh Tumbang Airport)
Tanjung Pinang Riau Islands WIDN TNJ Raja Haji Fisabilillah International Airport (Kijang Airport) [11]
Balikpapan East Kalimantan WALL BPN Sultan Aji Muhamad Sulaiman Airport [6]
Banjarmasin South Kalimantan WAOO BDJ Syamsudin Noor Airport [7]
Gusti Syamsir Alam Airport South Kalimantan WAOK KBU Stagen Airport
Tanjung Redep, Berau East Kalimantan WAQT BEJ Kalimarau Airport
Bontang East Kalimantan WALC BXT PT Badak Bontang Airport
Datadawai East Kalimantan WALJ DTD Datadawai Airport (Datah Dawai Airport)
Ketapang West Kalimantan WIOK KTG Rahadi Oesman Airport (Ketapang Airport)
Long Apung North Kalimantan WAQL LPU Long Apung Airport
Long Bawan North Kalimantan WAQJ LBW Juvai Semaring Airport (Long Bawan Airport)
Malinau North Kalimantan WAQM YYV Robert Atty Bessing Airport (Malinau Airport)
Nunukan North Kalimantan WAQA NNX Nunukan Airport
Palangkaraya Central Kalimantan WAGG PKY Tjilik Riwut Airport (Panarung Airport)
Pangkalanbun Central Kalimantan WAGI PKN Iskandar Airport
Pontianak West Kalimantan WIOO PNK Supadio Airport [12]
Putussibau West Kalimantan WIOP PSU Pangsuma Airport
Samarinda East Kalimantan Samarinda International Airport
Samarinda East Kalimantan WALS SRI Temindung Airport
Sampit Central Kalimantan WAGS SMQ Sampit Airport (Hasan Airport)
Sintang West Kalimantan WIOS SQG Sintang Airport (Susilo Airport)
Tanjung Selor North Kalimantan WAQD TJS Tanjung Harapan Airport
Tarakan North Kalimantan WAQQ TRK Juwata International Airport
Gorontalo City Gorontalo WAMG GTO Djalaluddin Airport
Kendari South East Sulawesi WAWW KDI Haluoleo Airport (Wolter Monginsidi Airport)
Poso Central Sulawesi WAFP PSJ Kasiguncu Airport
Makassar South Sulawesi WAAA UPG Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport [8]
Manado North Sulawesi WAMM MDC Sam Ratulangi International Airport [13]
Palu Central Sulawesi WAFF PLW Mutiara Airport
Lesser Sunda Islands
Bima West Nusa Tenggara WADB BMU Sultan Muhammad Salahuddin Airport (Bima Airport)
Denpasar Bali WADD DPS Ngurah Rai International Airport (Bali International Airport) [9]
Ende East Nusa Tenggara WATE ENE Ende Airport (H. Hasan Aroeboesman Airport)
Kupang East Nusa Tenggara WATT KOE El Tari Airport (Eltari Airport)
Labuan Bajo East Nusa Tenggara WATO LBJ Komodo Airport (Mutiara II Airport)
Mataram West Nusa Tenggara WADL LOP Lombok Praya International Airport (replaced Selaparang Airport on 1 October 2011 )
Mataram West Nusa Tenggara WADA AMI Selaparang Airport (closed for ops 30 Sept 2011)
Maumere East Nusa Tenggara WATC MOF Frans Seda Airport (Maumere Airport)
Sumbawa Besar West Nusa Tenggara WADS SWQ Sultan Muhammad Kaharuddin III Airport (Brangbiji Airport)
Waikabubak East Nusa Tenggara WATK TMC Tambolaka Airport (Waikabubak Airport)
Waingapu East Nusa Tenggara WATU WGP Mau Hau Airport (Waingapu Airport)
Maluku Islands
Ambon Maluku WAPP AMQ Pattimura Airport [14]
Banda Maluku WAPC NDA Bandanaira Airport
Benjina Maluku WAPK BJK Nangasuri Aru Airport
Dobo Maluku WAPD DOB Dobo Airport
Tual Maluku WAPL LUV Dumatubun Airport
Morotai Island North Maluku WAEW OTI Pitu Airport
Amahai Maluku WAPA AHI Amahai Airport
Namrole Maluku WAPG NRE Namrole Airport
Namlea Maluku WAPR NAM Namlea Airport
Saumlaki Maluku WAPI SXK Saumlaki Airport
Ternate North Maluku WAEE TTE Sultan Babullah Airport
Buli North Maluku WAEM WUB Buli Airport
Galela North Maluku WAEG GLX Gamar Malamo Airport
Biak Papua WABB BIK Frans Kaisiepo Airport [15]
Fakfak West Papua WASF FKQ Fakfak Airport
Jayapura Papua WAJJ DJJ Sentani Airport
Oksibil Papua WAJO ORG Bandara Internasional Iskak
Kaimana West Papua WASK KNG Utarom Airport
Manokwari West Papua WAUU MKW Rendani Airport
Merauke Papua WAKK MKQ Mopah Airport
Noemfoor, Schouten Islands Papua WABF FOO Kornasoren Airport (Jenburuwo Airport)
Sorong West Papua WASS SOQ Domine Edward Osok Airport (replaced Jefman Airport)
Timika Papua WAYY TIM Moses Kilangin Airport
Anggi West Papua WAUA AGD Anggi Airport
Ayawasi West Papua WASA AYX Ayawasi Airport
Babo West Papua WASO BXB Babo Airport

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External links

  • PT. Angkasa Pura 1 (PERSERO)
  • PT. Angkasa Pura II
  • Indonesia Airport Info (Indonesian)
  • – includes IATA codes
  • – IATA codes and airport data
  • – IATA and ICAO codes
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