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|Haluoleo Airport (WMA)|
|Owner||Government of Southeast Sulawesi|
|Operator||Indonesian Airforce (TNI-AU)|
|Location||Kendari, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia|
|Elevation AMSL||538 ft / 164 m|
Haluoleo Airport (formerly Wolter Monginsidi Airport) is an airport in Kendari, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia (IATA: KDI, ICAO: WAWW). The previous name of the airport was named for Robert Wolter Monginsidi, an Indonesian national hero who was executed by the Dutch during the Indonesian National Revolution. Since February 13, 2010, the airport is renamed to honor Buton Sultanate's sixth sultan, Halu Oleo.
In 2011, the apron has been expanded from 195x91 square meter to 234x113 square meter. The runway is still being expanded from 2,250 meters to 2,500 meters and predicted will be finished at end of 2012.
Airlines and destinations
|Express Air||Bau-Bau, Kolaka|
|Merpati Nusantara Airlines||Baubau, Makassar, Wakatobi|
|Sriwijaya Air||Makassar, Surabaya|
|Sabang Merauke Raya Air Charter||Bua, Toraja|
|Susi Air||Bone, Kolaka|
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- "Perpanjangan Landasan Pacu Bandara Haluoleo Rampung Tahun Ini". October 17, 2012.
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