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Ferdinand Lumban Tobing Airport

Bandar Udara Ferdinand Lumban Tobing

Dr. Ferdinand Lumban Tobing Airport (Indonesia: Bandar Udara Ferdinand Lumban Tobing) (also known as Pinangsori Airport) (IATA: FLZ, ICAO: WIMS) is an airport serving the city of Sibolga in the North Sumatra province of Indonesia.

Ferdinand Lumbantobing (19 February 1899 - 7 October 1962) was Minister of Manpower and Transmigration of the Republic of Indonesia, Minister for Communications and Information of the Republic of Indonesia, Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia, and Governor of North Sumatra.

   

With the inauguration of the well equipped and modern terminal on February 2013, the Airport now able to provided better and comfortable environment for its passengers. The operation of the Airport is managed by UPT Ditjen Hubud, an agency under Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia.
 

Flight Destinations

There are commercial schedule flights from Ferdinand Lumban Tobing Airport to destinations as below:

  Airline Name Destination
  Garuda Indonesia (by Explore) Medan
  Garuda Indonesia (by Explore Jet) Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta
  Susi Air Batu Islands, Gunung Sitoli, Simpang Ampek
  Wings Air  Medan


Public Transportation

Taxi and private car services: Various taxi and private car services are provided by numerous service providers outside the arrival hall.

Car Park: There are plenty of vehicle parking space within walk distance outside the terminal.
 

Technical Specification

The airport resides at an elevation of 10 metres (33 ft) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 12/30 with an asphalt surface measuring 2,260 m (7,415 ft). 


Address:

Pinang Sori
Parjalihotan Baru
Kabupaten Tapanuli Tengah
Sumatera Utara 22654
Indonesia

 

   

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