Surabaya Juanda SUB Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Surabaya Juanda SUB Airport

Juanda Surabaya International Airport now has two passenger terminals - T1 & T2.  While T1 now serves only domestic flights, T2 serves some domestic and mainly international flights.  

passengers should be aware that there is no longer a flight departure announcement in the terminals, and to pay attention to their departure time  listed on the boarding pass.

Transfers from T1 to T2, and  from T2 to downtown bus terminal:
1. Passengers transferring from T1 to T2 can use the shuttle bus; (if walking: exit T1's arrivals hall, turn right; walk takes about 5-10 minutes).
2. Air Asia's passengers take the DAR shuttle fromT2 to the Bungurasih bus terminal downtown.
3. It is anticipated that Lion Air domestic passengers will be able to make an airside transfer between the terminals, but passengers will still need to pay the international airport tax and pass immigration/customs.  

Terminal 1 - which is divided into an East & a West section,  with a total of 11 gates - now only handles domestic flights of Air Asia, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Citilink, KalStar, Lianair, Merpati, SKY, Sriwijaya Air, Trigana Air & Wings Air.

Terminal 2 is a new terminal 
- located at the east side of T1 & designed to acommodate up to 6M passengers/yr - houses Gates 2 to 6 and 7 to 10 - accessible from the departures level.
T2 now houses all international carriers
EVA Air, Garuda Indonesia, Jetstar, Lion Air, Mandala Tigerair, Royal Brunei, Silkai, Singapore Airlines & Valuair, as well as domestic carriers Air Asia, Garuda Indonesia,  & Tigerair Mandala.  
T2 is the new hub for Garuda Indonesia's new fleets (ATR 72-600 and Bombardier CRJ1000). 
The new terminal offers 40 check-in counters, great baggage handling system, 9 airline gates, 12 airbridges and an ample retail area with international brand names. 

[In early 2015 construction started on a new Terminal 3.]

The on-Airport Ibis Budget Hotel near both terminals is intended to serve transfer passengers.

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