Bandar Udara Notohadinegoro
|Owner||Government of Jember Regency|
|Location||Jember, East Java, Indonesia|
|Elevation AMSL||281 ft / 85,65 m|
Notohadinegoro Airport (IATA: JBB, ICAO: WARE) is an airport serving Jember, a city in East Java Province, Indonesia. This airport is operated by Department of Transportation of Jember Regency (Indonesian: Dinas Perhubungan Kabupaten Jember). This airport is back in operation in July 2014.
Notohadinegoro Airport has an extensive 120 hectares. This airport is expected to serve other cities in Indonesia to Jember.
Notohadinegoro Airport was initiated by former Regent of Jember, Samsul Hadi Siswoyo. Construction began in 2003 with funding from the Jember District Budget (APBD Kabupaten Jember) of 30 billion Rupiah. This airport was inaugurated on 2005 with a runway length of 1.200 meters.
At 2008, Regent of Jember, MZA Djalal, wants the airport to expand commercial civilian routes to other cities in Indonesia. The government of the Jember Regency extended the runway from 1.200 meter to 1.560 meter.
As of August 2019, there is a 2 daily direct flight to Juanda International Airport from the airport.
- Terminal Building
Airlines and destinations
The following airlines offer scheduled passenger service:
|1||Surabaya, East Java||14||Citilink, Wings Air|
Government of Jember Regency has planned in 2015 to extending the runway into 2.500 meter to serve large aircraft at this airport. National Pilot School from Banyuwangi will also build Settle Base at this airport in 2015.
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