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Yogyakarta Adisucipto International Airport

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IATA Code
JOG
ICAO Code
WARJ
Corporate Address
Jl. Solo
Km 9
Jogjakarta
Website
http://www.jogja-airport.com
City
Yogyakarta
Country
Indonesia
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Runways
2199m x 45m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
AirAsia
Batik Air
Citilink
Garuda Indonesia
Indonesia AirAsia
Indonesia AirAsia X
Lion Air
Nam Air
SilkAir
Sriwijaya Air
Wings Air
Xpress Air
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
All Nippon Airways
Bangkok Airways
China Airlines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
Singapore Airlines
Virgin Australia

Adisucipto International Airport is the main airport in the Yogyakarta region, Java. The airport is operated by PT Angkasa Pura I, delivering international and domestic services.

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Indonesia begins its radical new PPP drive to develop 10 airports

28-Apr-2014 5:00 PM

Indonesia’s Ministry of Transport (MoT) intends shortly to commence Phase I of a public-private partnership (PPP) scheme to develop regional airports by opening management bids for Bandar Lampung Radin Inten II, Komodo and Palu Mutiara Airports, the first three of ten airports.

The MoT described these three airports as being “facilities that would attract the most interest” and expected to receive competitive tender offers.

MoT's director Bambang Tjahjono advised that in Mar-2014 national airline Garuda Indonesia filed an expression of interest to develop Komodo Airport.

The other seven airports are: Bengkulu, Jayapura Sentani, Matahora, Palangkaraya Tjilik Riwut,Tanjung, Tarakan Juwata and Ternate Babullah.

Indonesia is committed to construction in the airport sector. Ten new airports were constructed in 2013 and another 15 will be in 2014, at a cost of USD3.3 billion. A second airport serving Jakarta may be built on reclaimed land in Jakarta Bay.

Singapore-Indonesia sees 40% surge in capacity led by SIA/SilkAir, Tigerair, Garuda and AirAsia

12-Sep-2013 5:30 PM

Singapore-Indonesia has emerged as one of the world’s fastest growing markets with capacity up 40% year-over-year. While capacity increases on the two largest routes connecting the two countries – Singapore to Jakarta and Bali – have captured most of the attention, secondary routes are growing even faster.

The third and fourth largest Indonesian destination from Singapore, Surabaya and Medan, will see capacity nearly double in Nov-2013 compared to Nov-2012. To the 10 other smaller Indonesian destinations served from Singapore, capacity is increasing by a collective 78%.

LCC group Tigerair has quadrupled its Singapore-Indonesia operation over the last year, growing its share of capacity in the process from about 4% to 15%. Tigerair now serves eight Singapore-Indonesia routes, up from only two a year ago.

AirAsia has a 17% share and also now serves eight Singapore-Indonesia routes, up from four a year ago although its capacity has increased a more modest 34% from a much higher base. The Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group is the market leader with a 31% share and will soon serve all 14 routes as regional subsidiary SilkAir has added three Indonesian destinations.

Tiger and SIA/SilkAir lead race to expand in Indonesia-Singapore market with AirAsia lagging behind

8-May-2013 8:00 AM

Competition in the Indonesia-Singapore market will intensify in 3Q2013 with Singapore Airlines (SIA) adding capacity while its regional subsidiary SilkAir and low-cost affiliate Tiger Airways each launch services to two new Indonesian destinations. Garuda Indonesia, Tiger affiliate Mandala Airlines and Jetstar are all planning to follow SIA, SilkAir and Tiger in adding capacity in the dynamic Indonesia-Singapore market.

The surge in capacity is in part made possible by a newly expanded bilateral agreement between the two countries. Slot constraints, however, threaten to impede growth for some carriers operating in the market and make it difficult to use newly awarded traffic rights. For example, Indonesia AirAsia has already been set back by slot constraints at Changi Airport in attempts to launch three new routes to Singapore.

Singapore Changi to benefit from continued rapid growth of Indonesia market

1-Mar-2013 8:00 AM

This is the second part of a report looking at the Indonesia-Singapore market and the impact of the recently expanded bilateral between the two countries. The first part looked at the Jakarta-Singapore route, which accounts for 55% of Indonesia-Singapore capacity and has not seen growth in recent years due to bilateral restrictions.

The other 13 routes currently connecting Singapore and Indonesia have not generally been constrained by the bilateral. But there are huge opportunities to expand capacity on these smaller routes, driven by Indonesia’s rapidly growing economy and Changi’s position as the leading international hub for secondary cities in nearby Indonesia.

Leading LCC groups – including AirAsia, Lion and Tiger – as well as full-service carriers, led by Singapore Airlines regional subsidiary SilkAir, are likely to launch new routes connecting Indonesia with Singapore as well as add capacity in existing markets.

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