Muara Bungo Airport

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Muara Bungo Airport

Bandar Udara Muara Bungo
BAe 146-200 Aviastar at Muara Bungo.JPG
Airport typeCivil
OperatorGovernment Bungo Regency
ServesMuara Bungo
LocationBungo Regency, Jambi, Indonesia
Coordinates01°32′33″S 102°10′58″E / 1.54250°S 102.18278°E / -1.54250; 102.18278Coordinates: 01°32′33″S 102°10′58″E / 1.54250°S 102.18278°E / -1.54250; 102.18278
WIJB is located in Sumatra
Location in Sumatra
WIJB is located in Indonesia
Location in Indonesia
Direction Length Surface
m ft
13/31 2,000 6,562 Asphalt

Muara Bungo Airport (IATA: BUU, ICAO: WIJB) is an airport in Muara Bungo, Jambi, Indonesia. The airport started operating on November 25, 2012.[1][2]

Until October 2014 only Aviastar used the airport three times a week due to the runway being only 1,350 meters long. Runway extension is still ongoing; it was predicted to be 1,500 meters at the end of 2014 and was expected to reach its final 2,000 meters at the end of 2015.[3]

Around 2016, runway extension for Muara Bungo Airport was finished. On July 3, 2016, Sriwijaya Air inaugurated a four times weekly flight from Jakarta to Muara Bungo using Boeing 737-500 aircraft. Sriwijaya Air later transferred this route to NAM Air and increased flights from four times weekly to daily flights.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Citilink Palembang
NAM Air Jakarta–Soekarno-Hatta
Wings Air Jambi, Kerinci[4]


Frequency of flights at Muara Bungo Airport
Rank Destinations Frequency (weekly) Airline(s)
1 Jakarta–Soekarno–Hatta, Jakarta 11 NAM Air
2 Jambi, Jambi 7 Wings Air
3 Kerinci, Jambi 7 Wings Air
4 Palembang 3[5] Citilink


  1. ^ "Bandara Muarabungo mulai dioperasikan". November 26, 2012.
  2. ^ "Bandara Muara Bungo Beroperasi". Tribun Jambi.
  3. ^ "Runway Bandara Muara Bungo Bakal Jadi 2.000 Meter". October 15, 2014.
  4. ^ "Default".
  5. ^ "Citilink meluncurkan rute penerbangan Palembang-Muara Bungo". June 27, 2019.