Sastranegara International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara
Internasional Husein Sastranegara) (IATA: BDO, ICAO: WICC) is an airport
in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. This fast-growing international
airport is located about 5 km north-west from the city centre and 2.4 km
from Bandung Central train station.
The site occupies an area of 145 hectares (358 acres) and serves the
area of civil aviation in the south western region of Java.
The airport is located in the city of Bandung and is surrounded by mountains, thus
the landing approach has unique characteristics.
The airport will be one of two international airports serving Greater
Bandung, the other one being the upcoming Kertajati International
Airport, and has been planned as a major destination for Garuda
Indonesia as well as the hub for Lion Air, Citilink and Indonesia
PT Angkasa Pura II, as the airport operator, had targeted at mid-year
2010, for the airport runway to be thickened from Pavement
Classification Number (PCN) 37 cm to PCN 52 cm, to accommodate larger
narrowbody aircraft, such as Airbus A320, Airbus A320neo, Boeing 737,
and Boeing 737 MAX As of April 2011, the 2,250-metre-long (7,380 ft)
runway overlay was less than 50-percent complete, although an Airbus
A320, and Airbus A320neo/Airbus A330-200.
Since 1 February 2009, the international-flight passengers are required
to pay an airport tax of IDR 75,000, while domestic flight passengers
are required pay an airport tax of IDR 25,000.
In 2016, the combined old and
newly built section of terminal provides total capacity of 3.4 million
passengers and area of 170,000 sqft, while previous capacity is only
750,000 passengers with 5,000 sqm.
The airport is located at the
end of Pajajaran Street. Taxi and public transport are widely available.
Some hotels in Bandung have provided a free airport transfer service.
Car rental also has been available.
The airport has carpark facilities which can accommodate hundreds of