You can find on this page the Indonesia airports map to print and to download in PDF. The map of Indonesia airport presents details of location and international airports of Indonesia in South Eastern Asia.
The Indonesia airports map shows location of airports in Indonesia. This airports map of Indonesia will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in Indonesia in South Eastern Asia. The Indonesia international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Indonesia busiest airports are Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Bali Ngurah Rai Airport and Surabaya Juanda Airport. Garuda Indonesia is the national airline of Indonesia, its low-cost subsidiary is Citilink. Soekarno Hatta International Airport Situated in Benda Tangerang as you can see in the Map of Indonesia airports, it is the most important airport in Indonesia. Started out in 1985 while handling only domestic traffic, it is now regarded as the busiest airport in Southeast Asia by the Airports International Council. There are two active runways with the third one in construction to facilitate the landings of the Boeing and Airbus. Juanda International Airport, commenced in 1964 as an airbase for the Indonesian Air Force, it has evolved to be among the busiest airports in Indonesia. In spite of being such a busy air space, according to Airport Council International, it offers one of the best services in the world.
Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, this massive airport in Indonesia can handle the largest of commercial flights like Boeing 747s and Airbus A380s. The international terminal has dozens of check-in counters, luggage conveyor belts, a gigantic lounge accommodating thousands of passengers. There is a new terminal spanning over an area of over 65000 square meters as its shown in the Map of Indonesia airports. Banyuwangi International Airport, previously known as Blimbingsari airport, it facilitates Banyuwangi City situated in the Java island. Commenced back in 2010, it is the first Green airport in Indonesia. The runway length was originally 1400m which has undergone dual upgrades to become 2500m in length. This was done to handle medium-sized flights. There are also multiple taxiways.
Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman International Airport, this airport mainly facilitates the needs of Balikpapan with its adjoining regions of East Kalimantan as its mentioned in the Map of Indonesia airports. It might not be the most lavish of airports in Indonesia around but it has the best services. Features wise it includes 75 check-in counters, multiple baggage counters, parking lot and a water recycling plant. It is administered by PT Angkasa Pura 1 and manages 10 million passengers annually. It has an 8200 feet runway with multiple taxiways and fuel depots. Kualanamu International Airport, the third largest airport in Indonesia serves the city of Medan. It is built on a palm oil plantation area. It is a gateway to Sumatra and the western region of the Indonesian archipelago. It features a 3750m runway with parallel taxiways to handle the biggest of aircraft. This is the first airport in Indonesia to feature an automatic baggage system.