Surabaya Juanda (SUB) Airport
Surabaya Juanda SUB Airport Overview
Surabaya Juanda International Airport SUB ('Bandar Udara Internasional Juanda') 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 I (referred to as 'AP I'). In 2011 AP I evaluated 13 of Indonesia's airports it manages and categorized them by a 1-4 rating scale - Juanda Surabaya received a 1 rating. AP I is give this Airport priority status by investing heavily in its development and expansion, starting in 2012.
With a long runway and an estimated 14 million passengers, Juanda Surabaya International is served by a good number of 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.
Juanda Surabaya Airport has a three-level passenger Terminal 1, opened in 2006 - divided into Terminals A & B. (For more information, please refer to 'Terminal Map' page.)
Future Airport Developments: A new Terminal 2 started with groundbreaking in December 2011 and is scheduled to open November 10, 2013. The terminal is to be used for all international flights and for Garuda Indonesia's domestic flights. It is estimated that even with the opening of the new terminal, there is still an overflow of 1 million passengers.
PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero)
Sidoarjo, East Java, 61253 A
- Website for Surabaya Juanda: http://www.angkasapura1.co.id/cabang/bandar-udara-internasional-juanda
- Contact: email@example.com
- Phone: +62 31 298 6200
- View Terminal Map
Surabaya Juanda SUB Airport Update History
- SUB Airports - Oct 25, 2013
- SUB Airport Intro - Oct 20, 2013
- SUB Buses & Trains - Oct 20, 2013
- SUB Email - Oct 20, 2013
- SUB GMT Offset - Oct 20, 2013
- SUB Guest Services - Oct 20, 2013
- SUB Layover - Oct 20, 2013
- SUB Timezone - Oct 20, 2013
- SUB Main Terminals - Aug 2, 2013