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Facts of Indonesia Airport

Indonesia has dozens of airports spread around in various cities. Whether it has local or International status, most of them start to improve the infrastructure which reliable to field. It improves to more beautiful, modern, and sophisticated. Then, there are several Best airports in Indonesia which already recognized in the world.

Indonesia has more than 230 airports in November 2011, most of them operated by Transportation Ministry technical operation units and state-owned PT Angkasa Pura I & II. As of 2014, a total of 161 had paved runways, and there were also 23 heliports.

The three main international airports are Soekarno-Hatta (CGK) at Tangerang, Banten, near Jakarta, Ngurah Rai (DPS) at Denpasar, Bali and Juanda (SUB) at Surabaya, East Java.

 

There are however many cities which have air links with Singapore and Malaysia which can be interesting and convenient entry points into Indonesia.

Garuda Indonesia, the Indonesian 'flag' airline operates to Asian destinations including China, Taiwan, Japan and Korea, Australian cities, Middle Eastern destinations such Saudi Arabia and Dubai in the UAE and has recommenced services to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The airline also has extensive code sharing agreements and this assists in providing quite good flight frequencies from airports in countries nearby to Indonesia.

The largest domestic carriers are state-owned Garuda Indonesia and private competitor Lion Air and Sriwijaya Air but in recent years a host of low-cost competitors have sprung up, including Indonesia Air Asia, Garuda's low-cost subsidiary Citilink and many more.

Please visit Civil Aviation Authority of Indonesia official website for the latest Indonesian Airports information.
 

   

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