Surabaya Juanda (SUB) Airport

Surabaya Juanda SUB Airport Overview

Surabaya Juanda International Airport SUB ('Bandar Udara Juanda Internasional') is the second-largest, as well as second-busiest airport in Indonesia, and can easily be identified  from the air by its a 15-story control tower.
SUB Airport is located on the large Island of Java, in the town of Sidoarjo, and near Surabaya, East Java.  It is operated by PT Angkasa Pura.

With an estimated yearly passenger count of  15.5 million, and a long runway, Juanda Surabaya International is served by domestic and international airlines offering direct and connecting flights throughout Indonesia and eastern Asia. The new apron can handle 18 aircraft at the same time and .

Note:  As of May 2016 EVA Air Surabaya - a member of the Star Alliance - has reduced its flights to/from Taipei Taoyuan to two weekly services via Airbus A321. - Teipei departres have also moved from evening to overnight hours:  BR231 TPE0055 – 0510SUB 321 36 and BR232 SUB0640 – 1305TPE 321 36.

The on-airport 2-star Ibis budget hotel
with 144 rooms is right on airport grounds - tel : (+62)31/8688115 or e-mail: reservation@ibisbudget-surabaya-airport.com

Surabaya Juanda Airport now has two passenger terminals - one for domestic flights and the other for mainly international, and some domestic flights.

Current & Future Airport Developments: The development process of Terminals 2 & 3 were given priority and should be soon completed.  The next projects start by third quarter 2016, when construction begins on additional supporting infrastructure, while completion of the Airport expansion and its two added runways is scheduled for mid-2019 - . when the Airport is to accommodate 70 million passengers annually. The 'Ultimate Terminal' concept is to offer at its basement level a shopping concourse and a recreational area.
6,000 hectares of land had been prepared, of which 1,500 hectars are set aside for the two runways and for Terminal 3. The remaining 4,500 hectares are intended for construction of the Airport City and  the 'Ultimate Terminal' building.



Book Travel



Twitter
Facebook
Google Plus One