Radin Inten II Airport

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Radin Inten II International
Airport (RIA II)

Bandar Udara Internasional Radin Inten II (RIA II)
Radin Inten II.JPG
IATA: TKGICAO: WILL (previous: WICT)
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner Ministry of Transport of Republic of Indonesia
Operator Airport Technical Implementation Unit
Serves Lampung Province
Location Bandar Lampung
Elevation AMSL 282 ft / 86 m
Coordinates 05°14′33″S 105°10′44″E / 5.24250°S 105.17889°E / -5.24250; 105.17889Coordinates: 05°14′33″S 105°10′44″E / 5.24250°S 105.17889°E / -5.24250; 105.17889
Website www.informasibandara.org
Map
TKG is located in Sumatra Topography
TKG
TKG
Location of airport in Sumatra
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
14/32 8,202 2,500 Asphalt
14/32 11,008.2 3.200 Concrete
Processed Processed Processed Processed
Statistics (2015)
Passengers 1,419,342
Aircraft movements 13,259
cabin baggage 8,859,067
Cargo 4,437,830

Radin Inten II International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Radin Inten II) (IATA: TKGICAO: WILL) is a domestic airport (later an international airport) that serves the city of Bandar Lampung in Lampung, Indonesia. The name is taken from Radin Inten II, the last Sultanate of Lampung|Sultan of Lampung.

It is on the Jalan Branti Raya in Branti, Natar, northwest of Bandar Lampung in the South Lampung regency.

This airport is also targeted to become an international airport accompanied Kualanamu International Airport , Medan and Minangkabau International Airport , Padang .

Radin Inten II Airport in Lampung Province is a public airport organized by the Technical Implementation Unit ( UPT ) of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation Ministry of Transportation .

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Batik Air Jakarta-Halim Perdanakusuma
Express Air Bandung, Palembang
Garuda Indonesia Batam, Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Medan
Garuda Indonesia
operated by Explore Garuda
Palembang
Lion Air Batam, Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Medan
Sriwijaya Air Jakarta-Soekarno Hatta, Batam
Nam Air Jakarta Soekarno Hatta
Susi Air Krui, Pesisir Barat
Wings Air Bandung, Jakarta-Halim Perdanakusuma, Palembang

Airport Services Tax[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Taxes Domestic Rp 25,000

Hajj[edit]

Radin Inten II Lampung also had six consecutive years between the airport of embarkation hajj since 2010 until now by quotas for the number of pilgrims who dispatched as many as 6,282 person per year, while for pilgrims Lampung that waiting lists are currently more than 80 thousand people. So that it can take 16 years for the pilgrimage.

Expansion[edit]

Lampung Provincial Government and DGCA Ministry of Transport since June 2012 has signed the MoU on the development and construction Radin Inten II Airport Lampung.

MoU numbered G/454/III.06/HK/2012 and HK.201/1/14/DRJU-2012 was used as the basis of the two sides to develop the largest airports in the province of Lampung has become an international airport. The target, the plan was completed in 2017.[4]

Currently Radin Inten II is under renovation. The building belongs to the local government or lobby which has narrowed the parking lot finally dismantled. It is estimated that before the end of January 2016, parking lot in the wider region and able to carry 400 vehicles.

In 2016, the airport terminal was increased to three floors are projected to contain more than 3 million passengers with a four-storey parking building so it can accommodate 1000 vehicles. In addition , according to the plan the Ministry of Transportation, the runway was extended to 3,200 meters from the previous 2,500 meters.[5]

Land Transportation[edit]

Taxi[edit]

Usually taxi there until the last flight . and Corporate Services providers Taxi Namely :

  • Puspa Jaya Taxy

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)[edit]

Train[edit]

To support the development of Radin Inten II Airport as an international airport in 2017 , the Ministry of Transport will also build a railway line Tanjung Karang - Radin Inten II Branti South Lampung to unravel congestion and better organize transport modes.[6]

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