Minangkabau International Airport

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Minangkabau International Airport
Bandar Udara Internasional Minangkabau
باندارو اينتيرنسيونل مينڠكاباو
Minangkabau Airport MRD-1.jpg
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner Government of Indonesia
Operator PT Angkasa Pura II
Serves Padang
Location Padang Pariaman Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia
Opened 22 August 2005 (operational)
25 August 2005 (official)
Focus city for
Elevation AMSL 18 ft / 5 m
Coordinates 00°47′12″S 100°16′50″E / 0.78667°S 100.28056°E / -0.78667; 100.28056Coordinates: 00°47′12″S 100°16′50″E / 0.78667°S 100.28056°E / -0.78667; 100.28056
Website http://www.minangkabau-airport.co.id
Maps
Sumatra region in Indonesia
Sumatra region in Indonesia
PDG is located in Sumatra
PDG
PDG
Location of airport in West Sumatra / Indonesia
PDG is located in Indonesia
PDG
PDG
PDG (Indonesia)
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
15/33 3,000 9,843 Asphalt
Statistics (2017)
Passengers Movement (annual) 3.937.251
Terminal Capacity (annual) 1,200,000

Minangkabau International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Minangkabau, Minangkabau: Bandar Udaro Internasional Minangkabau) (IATA: PDG, ICAO: WIEE) is the principal airport serving the province of West Sumatra on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located at Ketaping, Padang Pariaman Regency which is about 23 km north-west of Padang. The airport became operational in July 2005, replacing the old Tabing Airport in Padang. The airport is named after the Minangkabau ethnic group who inhabit the region. There is one terminal building for both international flights and domestic flights. The airport has 17 check-in counters, 5 baggage conveyors, and 9 ticket sales counters.[3] The architecture of airport terminal adopting bagonjong (spired roof), Minangkabau vernacular architecture commonly found in rumah gadang traditional house.

In late 2013, the runway was lengthened to 250 m that is now compatible with Boeing 747 and Airbus A340 planes. There was also a plan to connect the airport to the city of Padang with a train service.[4] The terminal expansion (Phase II) is already announced and the rendering is already released in Angkasa Pura 2 website.[5]

History[edit]

Minangkabau Airport Area Terminal

Minangkabau International Airport is located 23 km from the center of the city of Padang, occupying an area of ± 427 hectares as the main gateway to West Sumatra. The airport was built in 2001 replacing Tabing Airport which has been operating for 34 years. The relocation from Tabing Airport to Minangkabau International Airport was done because the old airport could no longer meet the requirements in terms of flight safety. The new airport construction cost approximately 9.4 billion yen, in the form of soft loan from Japan Bank International Corporation (JICB) and the state budget of around Rp 97.6 billion (10% of it). The constructions were carried out by the main contractors Shimizu and Marubeni of Japan JO and Adhi Karya from Indonesia.

There are a number of flights serving the routes from and to Minangkabau International Airport, similar to the former Tabing Airport. These routes help to connect Padang to Jakarta, Medan, Batam and Pekanbaru domestically; whereas international routes connect it to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Currently there are six national airlines and one foreign airlines operating at Minangkabau International Airport. The Airport can accommodate wide-body aircraft like Airbus A330, Boeing 747-400, or Boeing 777 and upon completion of the all the facilities in the future, it would have better facilities for passengers and operators as compared with the former Tabing Airport.

Minangkabau International Airport is the third airport in Indonesia, after Soekarno–Hatta Airport at Cengkareng and Kuala Namu International Airport in Medan to be constructed from scratch. The passenger terminal building is expanded to 36,789 square meters so it can accommodate 3.7 million passengers per year. In phase II will be developed to 49,124 square meters to accommodate 5.9 million passengers per year. The number of check-in counters will increase to a total of 32 counters with 5 conveyor belt baggage luggage. The runway will expand from the current measuring 2,750 x 45 square meters to 3,000 x 45 square meters in order to accommodate the operation of larger aircraft. The number of taxiways will also increase to 8 taxiways so that it will accelerate aircraft traffic on the air side to improve the airline's on time performance and accommodate more flight operations. [6]

In order to provide an alternative transportation for the public, Minangkabau International Airport will soon be integrated with the railway line with 202.5 m connection building between the airport and railway station. Along with the development of the airport, the local government has completed a flyover at the intersection of the entrance to the airport which links the Airport with the By-pass arterial road. Another planned upgrade includes road widening of a 10 km stretch Tabing – Duku section, being part of PadangBukit Tinggi road.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Garuda Indonesia Boeing 737-300 parked at Minangkabau International Airport
Map of Minangkabau airport

Passenger[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
AirAsia Kuala Lumpur–International
Batik Air Jakarta–Halim Perdanakusuma, Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta
Citilink Batam, Jakarta–Halim Perdanakusuma, Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta
Garuda Indonesia Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta
Seasonal: Jeddah
Hajj: Medina
Garuda Indonesia
operated by Explore
Palembang, Batam (Begins 3 November 2018)
Lion Air Batam, Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta, Medan, Surabaya, Yogyakarta
Seasonal: Jeddah[7][Note 1], Medina[8][Note 2]
Sriwijaya Air Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta, Medan
Seasonal: Pekanbaru
Susi Air Batu Islands, Mukomuko, Sipora
Wings Air Bengkulu, Gunung Sitoli, Jambi, Palembang, Pekanbaru [9]
XpressAir Bandung
  1. ^ Lion Air flight from Padang to Jeddah includes a stop-over at Thiruvananthapuram. However, Lion Air does not have rights to transport passengers solely between Padang and Thiruvananthapuram.
  2. ^ Lion Air flight from Padang to Medina includes a stop-over at Thiruvananthapuram. However, Lion Air does not have rights to transport passengers solely between Padang and Thiruvananthapuram.

Cargo[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
Cardig Air Jakarta—Halim Perdanakusuma

Statistics[edit]

The Frequency of Domestic Flights at Minangkabau International Airport
Rank Destinations Frequency (Weekly) Airline(s)
1 Jakarta, Special Capital Region (All Airports) 168 Batik Air, Citilink, Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air
2 Batam, Riau Islands 32 (Begins 3 November 2018) Citilink, Garuda Indonesia (Begins 3 November 2018), Lion Air,
3 Medan, North Sumatra 21 Lion Air, Sriwijaya Air
4 Palembang, South Sumatra 11 Garuda Indonesia, Wings Air
5 Pekanbaru, Riau 9 Sriwijaya Air, Wings Air
6 Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta Special Region 7 Lion Air
7 Bengkulu, Bengkulu 7 Wings Air
8 Gunung Sitoli, North Sumatra 7 Wings Air
9 Jambi, Jambi 7 Wings Air
10 Bandung, West Java 7 XpressAir
11 Surabaya, East Java 3 Lion Air
12 Batu Islands, North Sumatra 2 Susi Air
13 Sipora, West Sumatra 1 Susi Air
14 Mukomuko, Bengkulu 1 Susi Air


The Frequency of International Flights at Minangkabau International Airport
Rank Destinations Frequency (Weekly) Airline(s)
1 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 21 AirAsia
2 Saudi Arabia Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 2 Lion Air, Garuda Indonesia
4 Saudi Arabia Medina, Saudi Arabia 2 Lion Air

Facilities[edit]

The facilities are adequate for a regional provincial airport. There is ample parking space, a range of stores selling various goods (especially provincial products), and check-in arrangements are generally quite efficient. However the departure lounge can get quite crowded at times and indeed crowding seems likely to become more of a problem in view of the rapid growth in passenger numbers taking place at present in Indonesia. Some facilities that have been repaired are the toilet, the arrival gates, and another facilities in the terminal building area to increase the capacity that caused by an overcapacity terminal.

Ground transportation[edit]

Buses[edit]

Service Destination Fare
Shuttle Airport Bus
Tranex Mandiri Lubuk Begalung, Padang IDR 18,000
Damri Pasar Raya, Padang IDR 22,000

Taxi[edit]

Passengers are encouraged to use a taxi with a meter to avoid scams. Taxis from the first arrival until the last arrival will waiting in the taxi parking area. They are usually operates from 7.00/7 AM - 22.30/10.30 PM. Taxi costs normally average at Rp80.000 to Padang city plus Rp20.000 for airport parking tax. In mid 2014, up to 4 companies taxi serves this airport with a meter.

Train[edit]

A 3.9 km railway connecting the airport to the nearby Duku Railway Station is under construction with totally 23 kilometer to Padang, but from Duku Railways Station to Padang has existing rail and only need some improvements. In 21 Mei 2018 opening

Maps route

Peta Rute[edit]

Template:Kereta api Minangkabau Ekspres

Time departure train

Minangkabau Ekspres

(Padang - BIM)

Stasiun B14 B16 B18 B20 B22
Dat Ber Dat Ber Dat Ber Dat Ber Dat Ber
Padang - 06.15 - 08.35 - 11.10 - 13.20 - 16.20
Tabing 06.29 06.31 08.49 08.51 11.24 11.26 13.34 13.36 16.34 16.36
Duku 06.46 06.48 09.06 09.08 11.41 11.43 13.51 13.53 16.51 16.53
Bandara Minangkabau 06.55 - 09.15 - 11.50 - 14.00 - 17.00 -
Minangkabau Ekspres

(BIM - Padang)

Stasiun B13 B15 B17 B19 B21
Dat Ber Dat Ber Dat Ber Dat Ber Dat Ber
Bandara Minangkabau - 07.40 - 09.45 - 12.10 - 14.45 - 17.55
Duku 07.47 07.49 09.52 09.54 12.17 12.19 14.52 14.54 18.02 18.04
Tabing 08.04 08.06 10.09 10.11 12.34 12.36 15.09 15.11 18.19 18.21
Padang 08.20 - 10.25 - 12.50 - 15.25 - 18.35 -

Accidents and incidents[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Airport information for WIPT at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.Source: DAFIF.
  2. ^ Airport information for WIPT at Great Circle Mapper. Source: DAFIF (effective October 2006).
  3. ^ PT Angkasapura II – Minangkabau Airport Facilities
  4. ^ Minangkabau Airport Archived 23 July 2015 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ PT Angkasapura II
  6. ^ "Ini Rencana Pembangunan Bandara Internasional Minangkabau". Republika. Retrieved 15 November 2017.
  7. ^ http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/274693/lion-air-further-expands-737max-8-saudi-arabia-routes-from-oct-2017/
  8. ^ http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/274546/lion-air-adds-boeing-737max-service-to-saudi-arabia-from-oct-2017/
  9. ^ https://agent.lionair.co.id/LionAirAgentsPortal/Default.aspx

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