Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport

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Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport (SHIAM)
Bandar Udara Internasional Sultan Hasanuddin (SHIAM)
Sultan Hasanuddin Int'l Airport Logo.png
IATA: UPGICAO: WAAA
UPG is located in Sulawesi
UPG
UPG
Location of airport in Sulawesi
Summary
Airport type Public / Military
Owner Government of Indonesia
Operator PT. Angkasa Pura I
Serves Kota Makassar
Location Makassar/Maros, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Hub for
Elevation AMSL 47 ft / 14 m
Coordinates 5°03′42″S 119°33′15″E / 5.06167°S 119.55417°E / -5.06167; 119.55417
Website http://www.hasanuddin-airport.com
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
13/31 8,202 2,500 Asphalt
03/21 11,171 3,100 Asphalt
Statistics (2013)
Total passengers 9,623,337
Air Cargo 84,212 t
Aircraft movements 81,019
Sources: PT. Angkasa Pura I[1]

Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport (IATA: UPGICAO: WAAA) is located 17 km northeast of Makassar and operated by PT. Angkasa Pura I. The new terminal was opened on 20 August 2008. This airport is the main gateway for flights to the eastern part of Indonesia, and named after Sultan Hasanuddin, a Sultan of Gowa, who fought against the Dutch East India Company in the 1660s.

Location[edit]

Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport is located on the border of Makassar, and Maros, a suburb in South Sulawesi, approximately 15 minutes (17 km) from Makassar city via freeway/tollway or 20 minutes (23 km) via highway.

History[edit]

Hasanuddin Airport was built in 1935 by the Government Indies Netherlands, named Kadieng Flying Field and located approximately 22 kilometers to the north of the city. An airfield runway with grass-sized 1600 mx 45 m (Runway 08-26) was inaugurated on 27 September 1937, marked with the commercial flight linking Singapore with the Douglas Aircraft D2/F6 company KNILM (Koninklijke Nederlands Indische Luchtvaart Maatschappij). In 1942, the government of Japan expanded the field using POW labor and renamed the field Field Mandai. In 1945, the government partners Dutch built a new runway.

In 1950, the Government of Indonesia Department of Public Works, Section Flying Field, took over the field, and it was transferred to the Civil Aviation, now the Directorate General Air Transportation in 1955, which extended the runway 2,345m x 45m and renamed the airport Air Mandai. In 1980, the 13–31 runway was built—2500 m x 45 m; it was in this year, that the Port of Air Mandai changed to Air Port Hasanuddin, and in 1981 was again renamed Airports Embarkation / debarkation Hajj in 1985 and the Port of Hasanuddin Air changed its name to Hasanuddin Airport.

On 3 March 1987, the management of Hasanuddin Airport was transferred from the Directorate General of Air Transport to Perum Angkasa Pura I, based on Government Regulation No. 1 / 1987 of 9 January 1987. On 1 January 1993 the status changed to PT (Persero) Angkasa Pura I. On 30 October 1994, Hasanuddin Airport, now International Airport in accordance with the decision of the Minister of Transportation, KM number 61/1994 dated 7 January 1995, and inaugurated by the Governor Level I Regional Head of South Sulawesi Province. 28 March 1995 marked the flight by Malaysia Airlines directly from Kuala Lumpur to Hasanuddin Airport Makassar, then followed with a Silk Air flight that connected Singapore Changi Airport with Hasanuddin. Since 1990, Hasanuddin Airport is used as an embarkation / disembarkation point for Hajj pilgrimages to Jeddah.

Hasanuddin Airport serves the Eastern Indonesia Area and South Sulawesi Province. On 20 August 2008 the new terminal was opened, replacing the old terminal which was subsequently transferred to the Indonesian Air Force.

On 8 January 2010, the airport inaugurated its newly built 3100 m runway (3/21) for commercial flights. With the inauguration of the 2nd runway, Hasanuddin became the second commercial airport in Indonesia that has two runways after Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta. It is also one out of only two airports in Indonesia to include cross runways, the other being Budiarto Airport near Serpong which serves as flying school.

This airport now accommodates 3 wide-body aircraft per day - 1 747-400 to Medan and Jeddah and 2 Airbus A330-200s to Jakarta

The local government plans to extend the runway from 3100m to 3500m to accommodate larger aircraft such as the Airbus A340, and is pending local clearance.[citation needed]

Terminals[edit]

Old terminal[edit]

The old terminal was completely vacated after the opening of the new terminal in 2008 and is currently used is used by the TNI-AU (Indonesian Air Force) which houses Skadron Udara 11 (Air Squadron 11).

New terminal[edit]

The new terminal is located just south of the old terminal. It has the capacity to handle 7 million passengers and in 2010 has served 5 million passengers,[2] and is five times larger than the old terminal, and includes six jetbridges installed in new terminal. It is the first airport terminal in Indonesia designed with High-tech architecture style.

Traffic figures[edit]

Since the beginning of the new millennium, the passenger numbers have increased more than sixfold, with the freight sector had previously an economic standpoint, played minor role in Makassar for a long time. One reason for the slow development of the freight sector is the relatively high license fee by the operator, which currently is 25 rupiah per kg of body construction and 15 rupiah per kg for the goods introduction.

Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport – Traffic Figures[3][4][5]
Year Passenger Volume Baggage [Kg] Aircraft movements
2000 1.059.213 28.218.000 20.445
2001 1.022.993 31.283.504 22.464
2002 1.692.032 23.886.003 31.315
2003 1.690.635 26.213.963 39.419
2004 1.976.223 27.700.099 48.736
2005 3.597.238 32.353.245 42.940
2006 4.044.510 31.237.854 45.206
2007 4.465.775 31.605.217 48.906
2008 4.706.189 32.408.389 49.584
2009 5.161.289 32.420.401 52.299
2010 6.547.566 40.140.999 64.940
2011 7.455.408 43.338.508 73.077

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Both for international and domestic flights. All other Garuda Indonesia international routes either transit in Jakarta or Denpasar.

Airlines Destinations
AirAsia Kuala Lumpur
Airfast Indonesia Surabaya, Timika
Batik Air Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta
Citilink Balikpapan, Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta
Express Air Jayapura, Mamuju, Manokwari, Sorong, Surabaya, Ternate, Yogyakarta, Malang
Garuda Indonesia Jeddah , Ambon, Balikpapan, Biak, Denpasar/Bali, Gorontalo, Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Jayapura, Manado, Medan, Merauke, Ternate, Timika
Garuda Indonesia
operated by Explore and Explore Jet
Bima, Denpasar/Bali, Kendari, Luwuk, Mamuju, Manokwari, Mataram-Lombok, Palu, Sorong, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Bau Bau (Begins 1 August 2014),Kolaka (Begins 1 August 2014)
Indonesia Air Transport Soroako
Lion Air Ambon, Balikpapan, Denpasar/Bali, Gorontalo, Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Jayapura, Manado, Manokwari, Palu, Sorong, Surabaya, Ternate, Yogyakarta
Nusantara Buana Air Selayar, Makale
Pelita Air Service Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Mamuju, Sorong, Tana Toraja
SilkAir Singapore
Sriwijaya Air Ambon, Balikpapan, Biak, Gorontalo, Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Jayapura, Kendari, Luwuk, Mamuju, Manado, Manokwari, Merauke, Surabaya, Palu, Ternate, Timika, Sorong, Yogyakarta
Susi Air Bone, Bua (Palopo), Kolaka, Masamba, Rampi, Seko, Tana Toraja
Trigana Air Service Luwuk, Tana Toraja
Wings Air Bau-Bau, Gorontalo, Kendari, Luwuk, Mamuju, Poso, Wakatobi, Kolaka, Selayar

Ground transportation[edit]

Bus[edit]

Shuttle airport bus are serving several destination from Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, currently it serves by a bus operator, "Damri".

Service Destination Fare
Sultan Hasanuddin Airport Bus
Damri Pusat Kota / City Center Makassar IDR 25,000

Car and taxi[edit]

Various taxi and shuttle services are provided by numerous service providers.

Usage by Indonesian Air Force[edit]

The airport also houses the Skadron Udara 5 and 11 (5th and 11th Air Squadrons). The 11th Squadron is equipped with Su-27SK, Su-30MK/Su-30MK2, A-4E/A-4H, TA-4H/TA-4J. Except for the TA-4J/T-4H all Skyhawks are retired and are currently being replaced with new Su-27SKMs & Su-30MK2s Flankers. The 5th Air Squadron is equipped with Boeing 737 and CN-235-MPA.

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