Port Moresby International Airport

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Port Moresby International Airport
Port Moresby Intl Airport 2008.jpg
Summary
Airport typePublic
OwnerPNG National Airports Corporation Ltd
OperatorPNG National Airports Corporation Ltd
ServesPort Moresby
LocationSaraga, Port Moresby
Hub for
Elevation AMSL124 ft / 38 m
Coordinates09°26′36″S 147°13′12″E / 9.44333°S 147.22000°E / -9.44333; 147.22000
Website[1]
Maps
Location of Port Moresby International Airport
POM/AYPY is located in Papua New Guinea
POM/AYPY
POM/AYPY
POM/AYPY is located in Oceania
POM/AYPY
POM/AYPY
POM/AYPY (Oceania)
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
14L/32R 9,022 2,750 Asphalt
14R/32L 6,777 2,066 Asphalt
Statistics (2015)
Passenger movements1,400,000

Port Moresby International Airport (IATA: POM, ICAO: AYPY), also known as Jacksons International Airport, is an international airport located eight kilometres (four nautical miles) outside Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea. It is the largest and busiest airport in Papua New Guinea, with an estimated 1.4 million passengers using the airport in 2015,[1] and is the main hub for Air Niugini, the national airline of Papua New Guinea. The airport serves as the main hub for PNG Air and Travel Air. It replaced the original Port Moresby airport, in what is now the suburb of Waigani, whose airstrip remained until the 1990s but no trace of which remains, having been built over.

Terminals[edit]

Jacksons International Airport consists of two terminals: the Domestic Terminal, housing Air Niugini and PNG Air, and the International Terminal, servicing all other international airlines including Air Niugini's and PNG Air's international routes. The International Terminal features four aircraft parking bays, four of which are equipped with aerobridges. The two terminals are linked by a covered walkway.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Passenger[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
Air Niugini Alotau, Brisbane, Buka, Cairns, Daru, Goroka, Hong Kong, Honiara, Hoskins, Kavieng, Kiunga, Koror (begins 7 February 2023),[2] Kundiawa, Lae, Lihir Island, Lorengau, Madang, Manila, Mendi, Mount Hagen, Nadi (resumes 4 March 2023), Popondetta, Rabaul, Singapore, Sydney, Tabubil, Tari, Tufi,[3] Vanimo, Wapenamanda, Wewak
Philippine Airlines Manila
PNG Air Alotau, Daru, Goroka, Hoskins, Kiunga, Lae, Lihir Island, Losuia, Madang, Misima Island, Moro, Mount Hagen, Popondetta, Rabaul, Tabubil, Tufi, Wewak
Qantas Brisbane
Solomon Airlines Honiara[4]

Cargo[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
Garuda Indonesia Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta
Solomon Airlines Honiara[5]

Other facilities[edit]

Air Niugini has its head office in the Air Niugini House, near the airport property.[6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Public Domain This article incorporates public domain material from the Air Force Historical Research Agency.

External links[edit]