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Old May 25th, 2012, 08:45 PM   #61
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Waktu tgl 18 Mei sampai di bandara ini, para crew & pilot hanya bilang "....... di bandara Sultan Hasanuddin Makassar"... (gak pake Maros). Entah lupa atau gimana.....

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Bunga-bunga di dalam bandara
Etsss.. masih ada yang nampang tuhh didekat ban berjalan….(travelator)
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Old May 27th, 2012, 08:25 PM   #62
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Circle K
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Starbuck di bandara
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Old May 27th, 2012, 08:41 PM   #63
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Patung Slt Hasanuddin

Tampak Depan


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Sudah semakin rimbun .....
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Old June 5th, 2012, 10:00 PM   #64
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Beberapa pesawat yang nampak di apron bandara
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Old June 11th, 2012, 09:42 PM   #65
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From: The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
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30 May 2012
Source : Kompas

AIR TRANSPORTATION: Busily Flying to the East

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The interest in the flight routes to eastern Indonesia has been rising. Therefore, Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, as the air traffic connecting point between western and eastern Indonesia, has also seemed to never rest. Movement of passengers at this airport in 2011 was recorded at 7.46 million people, with 1.8 million of whom being transit passengers.

Sriwijaya Air
This potential has also attracted the attention of national airlines to continue adding new routes to eastern Indonesia. Sriwijaya Air is the latest one with Jakarta - Makassar - Jayapura return flights every day, and Jakarta - Makassar - Biak - Jayapura return flights three times a week.

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Old June 16th, 2012, 09:11 PM   #66
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Lion Air di bandara... (Baru tiba dari Jkt???)


Express Air tujuan Selayar...
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"Kakak adik" akur berjejer...

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Nambah gambar lagi ya....
Bandara baru (Slt. Hasanuddin) dari ketinggian di atas awan. Dan terlihat juga bandara lama (tolong benerin klo salah ya)


Taxiway bandara... (moga2 gak salah istilah...hehehe)

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Old June 25th, 2012, 09:08 PM   #67
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From: The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
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Land Acquisition Hampers Airport Lighting Project
Construction for airport terminal expansion is also underway.



MAKASSAR - Construction of approach lighting, or track lighting, in Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport, Makassar, has been hampered by the acquisition of lands owned by local residents. The required location area is 12ha. "Currently the land acquisition process is being sought," said Airport Operations Manager, M. Ibrahim Idris.

Previously, PT Angkasa Pura I worked closely with South Sulawesi Transportation Department to pursue the airport’s runway extension from 3,100m to 3,500m, [with land requirement of] about 12ha. Although the runway issue has been resolved, it is still hampered by another problem, namely the location of the track lighting.

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Old July 3rd, 2012, 10:38 PM   #68
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Old July 10th, 2012, 10:29 PM   #69
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From: The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
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RI Only Needs Five International Airports

BOGOR - Indonesia only needs three to five international airports. Indonesia currently has 27 international airports, and it is feared this will instead be disadvantageous when the era of aviation liberalisation in the ASEAN region (Asean Open Sky) commences in 2015.

"Our airports are too many and they are open. In fact, Indonesia only needs just two to five international airports in order to prevent foreign airlines from taking the domestic aviation market,” said Director of Marketing and Sales of Garuda Indonesia, Elisa Lumbantoruan, in Bogor, West Java, Wednesday (4 July).


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Old July 20th, 2012, 01:00 AM   #70
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IBIS BUDGET ANGKASA PURA HOTEL - under construction

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Old August 1st, 2012, 07:05 PM   #71
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From: The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
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Source : Bisnis Indonesia

Only Four Airports Have 24-Hour Operations
Local governments must provide public transport

By Berliana Elisabeth S.

JAKARTA - Ministry of Transportation has noted that Indonesia only has four airports operating 24 hours a day, from a total of 25 international airports in the country. The four airports are Soekarno-Hatta Cengkareng, Polonia Medan, Sultan Hasanuddin Makassar, and Ngurah Rai Denpasar.

Head of Public Communication Centre of the Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub), Bambang S. Ervan, said that the number is still a lot less than the instruction of Director General of Air Transportation, which calls for eight airports to operate 24 hours nonstop.

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Old August 9th, 2012, 08:16 PM   #72
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Angkasa Pura I to team up with Lion Air
The Jakarta Post | Business | Fri, August 03, 2012, 10:45 AM

State-owned airport operator Angkasa Pura I (AP I) would be collaborating with the largest domestic budget airline, Lion Air, to further develop facilities in four airports across the country, a senior official said Thursday.

AP I president director, Tommy Soetomo, said the airports earmarked for the improvements were: Frans Kaisiepo Airport in Biak, West Papua; Lombok International Airport in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara; Sam Ratulangi International Airport in Manado, North Sulawesi; and Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport in Makassar, South Sulawesi. “The collaboration will include constructing hangar and aircraft maintenance facilities for Lion Air,” Tommy said on the sidelines of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport’s ground-breaking ceremony in Jakarta on Thursday.

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Old August 17th, 2012, 06:27 PM   #73
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Source: The Jakarta Post
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Angkasa Pura I, Boeing to set up joint MRO facilities

State-owned airport operator Angkasa Pura I (AP I) is going to team up with US aerospace giant Boeing to set up maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities in Indonesia in the near future. AP I corporate secretary Miduk Situmorang said the firms planned to construct the MRO facilities at Lombok International Airport in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara and Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport in Makassar, South Sulawesi.

“Both airports are in strategic locations and Makassar is the aviation hub in the eastern part of Indonesia. The feasibility study is currently being carried out and we expect to finish it this year,” Miduk said.

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Old August 22nd, 2012, 02:19 PM   #74
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Would that affect how Makassar is shown on the tv flight monitors of airports across Indonesia? Hope they still keep the name there despite the official name change because going by the name Maros may confuse people looking at the airport tv flight monitors as many are only aware of Makassar (or Ujung Pandang). C'mon, how many people have ever heard of Maros outside the immediate region? Sorry for such a question but I felt it had to be asked. Thanks.

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From: The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
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ANTICIPATING ASEAN OPEN SKY 2015: Limit International Airports
By Primus Dorimulu

JAKARTA - Building an international airport in every province is ineffective, redundant, and only benefiting foreign airlines who have recently been allowed to operate freely in the country. It will be much more effective if, given its funding limitations, the government concentrates on the development of five major airports and making them transit airports.

"If funding for the on-going construction of 14 airports is diverted to build Soekarno-Hatta Airport and four other existing international airports, Indonesia will have better international airports than Changi Airport, Singapore," said President Director of PT Garuda Indonesia Tbk, Emirsyah Satar, during a fast-breaking event with news media editors in Jakarta, Tuesday (14 August).

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Would that affect how Makassar is shown on the tv flight monitors of airports across Indonesia? Hope they still keep the name there despite the official name change because going by the name Maros may confuse people looking at the airport tv flight monitors as many are only aware of Makassar (or Ujung Pandang). C'mon, how many people have ever heard of Maros outside the immediate region? Sorry for such a question but I felt it had to be asked. Thanks.
Makassar is the destination, and nothing changes about that. CMIIW
Travelers usually see UPG (the IATA code for Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport) on baggage tags, tickets, and flight information display systems.

The name change only affects airline cabin announcements during travel to or from the airport. For example, in-flight announcement after landing: Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport Makassar Maros.
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Travelers usually see UPG (the IATA code for Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport) on baggage tags, tickets, and flight information display systems.

The name change only affects airline cabin announcements during travel to or from the airport. For example, in-flight announcement after landing: Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport Makassar Maros.
Thanks for the clarification...
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From: The Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
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Protecting National Aviation

Do not ever hesitate to say that Indonesia is a very lucrative aviation market. With airspace covering 7.7 million km2, a population of 240 million people, geographical conditions separated by islands, mountains, forests, and oceans, Indonesia is a country with matchless aerospace appeal.

The national economy has continued to grow, people's purchasing power has remained strong, and its growing middle class has increasingly made Indonesia the most promising aviation market in comparison with any other countries in the Asean region, even in the world. The number of air transport passengers in the country grows by 15 percent, or an increase of 10 million people, every year. With total air passengers amounting to 58.39 million people in 2010, 64.50 million in 2011, and projected to reach 74.19 million in 2012, growth in air passenger numbers Indonesia is the highest in the Asean region.

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South Sulawesi Speeds up Runway Extension
Fourteen provinces in KTI may be able to process visas in Makassar


MAKASSAR – South Sulawesi Provincial Government is expediting the work to extend the runway of Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, from 3,000m to 3,500m, to welcome Open Skies 2015. Head of South Sulawesi Department of Transportation, Masykur Sulthan, said that in looking to the Open skies 2015, one of the most strategic airports in Indonesia to be the main economic gateway in the country, after Soekarno-Hatta Airport in Cengkareng is Sultan Hasanuddin Airport in Makassar.

“There are several progresses that have become the priority plans in Hasanuddin Airport, in the framework of welcoming Open Skies 2015. Those priorities include extending the runway, and improving the plan to develop hangar with maintenance, repair, and overhaul [MRO] facilities,” he said on Monday (17 September).

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