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List of airports in Indonesia

Indonesia is an archipelago territory where air transport is the best choice for travel efficiency, except for travelers who seek adventure along the sea, rivers and overland journeys. Airports are spread over many islands where in general they have two types of services.

International airport to serve international and domestic routes, while domestic airports only serve inter-regional routes in the country. Below is a list of active public airports in Indonesia. This list may increase considering that many new airports are still under construction or reduced due to many relocation plans.

Xvlor List of airports in Indonesia

City/district/regency/island, IATA - airport name
* International airport

Bali
  • Denpasar, DPS - Ngurah Rai International Airport*

Yogyakarta
  • Yogyakarta, JOG - Adisutjipto International Airport*

Central Java
  • Cepu, CPF - Ngloram Airport
  • Cilacap, CXP - Tunggul Wulung Airport
  • Karimunjawa, KWB - Dewandaru Airport
  • Purbalingga, PWL - Wirasaba Airport, Purbalingga
  • Semarang, SRG - Achmad Yani International Airport*
  • Surakarta, SOC - Adisumarmo International Airport*

East Java
  • Banyuwangi, BWX - Blimbingsari Airport
  • Bawean, BWN - Harun Thohir Airport
  • Jember, JBB - Notohadinegoro Airport
  • Malang, MLG - Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport
  • Masalembo, MSI - Masalembo Airport
  • Sumenep, SUP - Trunojoyo Airport
  • Surabaya, SUB - Juanda International Airport*

East Nusa Tenggara
  • Alor, ARD - Mali Airport
  • Atambua, ABU - Haliwen Airport
  • Bajawa, BJW - Soa Airport
  • Ende, ENE - H Hasan Aroeboesman Airport
  • Kupang, KOE - El Tari International Airport*
  • Labuan Bajo, LBJ - Komodo Airport*
  • Larantuka, LKA - Gewayantana Airport
  • Lewoleba, LWE - Wonopito Airport
  • Maumere, MOF - Wai Oti Airport
  • Rote, RTI - Lekunik Airport
  • Ruteng, RTG - Frans Sales Lega Airport
  • Sawu Island, SAU - Tardamu Airport
  • Waikabubak, TMC - Tambolaka Airport
  • Waingapu, WGP - Umbu Mehang Kunda Airport

West Kalimantan
  • Ketapang, KTG - Rahadi Oesman Airport
  • Nanga Pinoh, NPO - Nanga Pinoh Airport
  • Pontianak, PNK - Supadio International Airport*
  • Putussibau, PSU - Pangsuma Airport
  • Sintang, SQG - Susilo Airport

East Kalimantan
  • Balikpapan, BPN - Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman
  • Berau, BEJ - Kalimarau Airport
  • Mahakam Ulu, DTD - Datah Dawai Airport
  • Marang Kayu, TSX - Tanjung Santan Airport
  • Melak, MLK - Melalan Airport
  • Samarinda, SRI - Temindung Airport
  • Sangatta, SGQ - Sangkimah Airport
  • Sangatta, STA - Tanjung Bara Airport

Central Kalimantan
  • Gunung Mas, KLK - Kuala Kurun Airport
  • Katingan, TMB - Tumbang Samba Airport
  • Muara Teweh, MTW - Beringin Airport
  • Palangka Raya, PKY - Tjilik Riwut Airport
  • Pangkalan Bun, PKN - Iskandar Airport
  • Sampit, SMQ - H. Asan Airport
  • Seruyan, KLP - Kuala Pembuang Airport

South Kalimantan
  • Banjarmasin, BDJ - Syamsuddin Noor International Airport*
  • Batulicin, BTW - Bersujud Airport
  • Kotabaru, KBU - Stagen Airport
  • Tanjung, TJG - Warukin Airport

North Kalimantan
  • Bulungan, TJS - Tanjung Harapan Airport
  • Bunyu, BYQ - Pulau Bunyu Airport
  • Long Apung, LPU - Long Apung Airport
  • Long Bawan, LBW - Yuvai Semaring Airport
  • Malinau, MLN - R.A. Bessing Airport
  • Nunukan, NNX - Nunukan Airport
  • Tarakan, TRK - Juwata International Airport*

West Sulawesi
  • Mamuju, MJU - Tampa Padang Airport

North Sulawesi
  • Bolaang Mongondow, BJG - Mopait Airport
  • Manado, MDC - Sam Ratulangi International Airport*
  • Melonguane, MNA - Melonguane Airport
  • Tahuna, NAH - Naha Airport

Central Sulawesi
  • Buol, UOL - Pogugol Airport
  • Luwuk, LUW - Syukuran Aminuddin Amir Airport
  • Palu, PLW - Mutiara SIS Al-Jufrie Airport
  • Poso, PSJ - Kasiguncu Airport
  • Tolitoli, TLI - Lalos Airport

Southeast Sulawesi
  • Bau-Bau, BUW - Betoambari Airport
  • Kendari, KDI - Haluoleo Airport
  • Pomalaa, PUM - Sangia Ni Bandera Airport
  • Raha, RAQ - Sugimanuru Airport
  • Tomia Island, MRG - Maranggo Airport
  • Wangi-Wangi, WKB - Matahora Airport

South Sulawesi
  • Luwu, LWU - Lagaligo Airport
  • Makassar, UPG - Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport*
  • Masamba, MXB - Andi Djemma Airport
  • Selayar, SLY - H. Aroeppala Airport
  • Sorowako, SQR - Inco Soroako Waws Airport
  • Tana Toraja, TTR - Pongtiku Airport

Gorontalo
  • Gorontalo, GTO - Jalaluddin International Airport*

Maluku
  • Ambon, AMQ - Pattimura International Airport*
  • Banda, NDA - Bandaneira Airport
  • Benjina, BJK - Nangasuri Airport
  • Dobo, DOB - Dobo Airport
  • Langgur, LUV - Dumatubun Airport
  • Mangole, MAL - Mangole Airport
  • Namlea, NAM - Namlea Airport
  • Namrole, NRE - Namrole Airport
  • Saumlaki, SXK - Matilda Batlayeri Airport
  • Seram Island, AHI - Amahai Airport

North Maluku
  • Galela, GLX - Gamarmalamo Airport
  • Gebe, GEB - Gebe Airport
  • Kao, KAZ - Kuabang Airport
  • Labuha, LAH - Oesman Sadik Airport
  • Sanana, SQN - Emalamo Airport

Papua
  • Arso, ARJ - Arso Airport
  • Asmat, KCD - Kamur Airport
  • Boven Digoel, MDP - Mindiptana Airport
  • Deiyai, WET - Waghete Airport
  • Dogiyai, ONI - Moanamani Airport
  • Enarotali, EWI - Enarotali Airport
  • Jayapura, DJJ - Sentani International Airport*
  • Jayapura, LHI - Lereh Airport
  • Jayawijaya, AAS - Apalapsili Airport
  • Jayawijaya, BUI - Bokondini Airport
  • Jayawijaya, ELR - Elilim Airport
  • Jayawijaya, KBF - Karubaga Airport
  • Jayawijaya, LLN - Kelila Airport
  • Jayawijaya, RUF - Yuruf Airport
  • Jayawijaya, TMY - Tiom Airport
  • Keerom, SEH - Senggeh Airport
  • Keerom, UBR - Ubrub Airport
  • Keerom, WAR - Waris Airport
  • Mappi, ZEG - Senggo Airport
  • Merauke, BXD - Bade Airport
  • Merauke, KEI - Kepi Airport
  • Merauke, KMM - Kimaan Airport
  • Merauke, MKQ - Mopah International Airport*
  • Merauke, MUF - Muting Airport
  • Merauke, EWE - Ewer Airport
  • Mimika, KOX - Kokonao Airport
  • Mimika, TIM - Mozes Kilangin International Airport*
  • Nabire, OBD - Obano Airport
  • Nabire, NBX - Nabire Airport
  • Paniai, UGU - Zugapa Airport
  • Paniai, ILA - Illaga Airport
  • Pegunungan Bintang, BXM - Batom Airport
  • Pegunungan Bintang, OKL - Oksibil Airport
  • Puncak Jaya, DRH - Dabra Airport
  • Puncak Jaya, IUL - Ilu Airport
  • Puncak Jaya, LII - Mulia Airport
  • Puncak Jaya, NKD - Sinak Airport
  • Puncak Jaya, OKQ - Okaba Airport
  • Sarmi, ZRM - Mararena Airport
  • Serui, ZRI - Sudjarwo Tjondronegoro Airport
  • Tanah Merah, TMH - Tanah Merah Airport
  • Wamena, WMX - Wamena Airport

West Papua
  • Anggi, AGD - Anggi Airport
  • Ayawasi, AYX - Ayawasi Airport
  • Babo, BXB - Babo Airport
  • Biak, BIK - Frans Kaisiepo International Airport*
  • Bintuni, NTI - Bintuni Airport
  • Fakfak, FKQ - Torea Airport
  • Kaimana, KNG - Utarom Airport
  • Inanwatan, INX - Inanwatan Airport
  • Manokwari, KEQ - Kebar Airport
  • Manokwari, MKW - Rendani Airport
  • Manokwari, RDE - Merdey Airport
  • Manokwari, RSK - Abresso Airport
  • Maybrat, KBX - Kambuaya Airport
  • Nunfor, FOO - Kornasoren Airport
  • Raja, GAV - Pulau Gag Airport
  • Raja Ampat, RJM - Marinda Airport
  • Sorong, AYW - Ayawasi Airport
  • Sorong, SOQ - Jeffman Airport
  • Teminabuan, TXM - Teminabuan Airport
  • Wasior, WSR - Wasior Airport
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