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Old January 6th, 2009, 09:12 PM   #61
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Are there any pics available of the constructed terminal 3 which is going to open partially this spring?
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Old January 7th, 2009, 12:14 PM   #62
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Jakarta Soekarno Hatta is aging but I still like it. I like the traditional Indonesian architecture of the building. The international terminal is not that bad, I quite like it at night time when you can sit in the starbucks lounge and watch the flights come in/leave.
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Old January 7th, 2009, 05:23 PM   #63
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Old January 7th, 2009, 05:24 PM   #64
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Old January 7th, 2009, 05:27 PM   #65
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Old January 8th, 2009, 03:00 AM   #66
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you are taking Garuda flight om paradyto...?
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Old November 8th, 2010, 05:52 PM   #67
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where is the T3 of Soetta?

its look very modern..
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Old November 11th, 2010, 08:21 AM   #68
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Volcano ash forces flight cancellations in Indonesia
By the CNN Wire StaffNovember 10, 2010 -- Updated 0637 GMT (1437 HKT)

Cathay Pacific and Qantas cancels flights at Jakarta's international airport
Singapore Airlines continues to fly
Travelers are asked to check with their airlines for schedule changes

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) -- Volcanic ash spewing from Indonesia's Mount Merapi has forced some airlines to cancel flights out of Jakarta's international airport, airport officials said Wednesday.

Cathay Pacific Airways and Qantas Airways had canceled flights at Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, airport spokesman Andang Santoso said. Singapore Airlines said it was continuing to fly.

Large clouds of gas and dust from Merapi's recent eruptions also have forced some flight cancellations into and out of the Yogyakarta airport.

Travelers were asked to check with their airlines for schedule changes.

On Wednesday, U.S. President Barack Obama shortened his visit to the Indonesian capital because of concerns that volcanic ash could ground Air Force One in Jakarta, according to administration officials.

Recent eruptions of Merapi, which started on October 26, have killed at least 156 people, officials at Sardjito hospital have said. The eruptions also have displaced an estimated 200,000 people.

The 3,000-meter (9,800-foot) Merapi, in Central Java, is famously unpredictable. About 1,300 people died when Merapi erupted in 1930.

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Volcanic ash disrupts Qantas and Jetstar flights to Indonesia
Thursday, 11 November 2010
Australian airlines Qantas and Jetstar have cancelled flights to and from Indonesia because of the lingering volcanic ash cloud from Mount Merapi’s eruption last month.

Earlier this week Qantas cancelled flights to and from Jakarta while Jetstar was forced to reschedule night flights to Bali because pilots were unable to perform visual checks prior to landing, ABC News reported.

Jetstar spokesperson Simon Westaway said the airline rescheduled flights as a precautionary measure.

“We’ve taken a safety first approach to ensure we can operate safe, efficient operations into and out of Denpasar International Airport and then providing the appropriate response,” he said.

A flight from Darwin to Denpasar was cancelled last night while a flight from Melbourne to Denpasar was re-routed to Darwin.

Flights from Sydney to Denpasar have been rescheduled to arrive during the day.

Jetstar said it is keeping an eye on activity in the area with information released from the Bureau of Meteorology but is unable to determine when services will be restored.

“It’s a little bit unpredictable in terms of how long this will go on,” Mr Westaway said.

Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency Forecaster Eric Risandi said the skies should begin to clear by Friday if the volcano does not release more ash.

“The disruptions will also depend on the strength of the next eruption, because right now the concentration of Merapi’s volcanic ash in the air has started to decrease,” he said.

“If another eruption similar to the ones on November 3 or 4 occurs, it will definitely disrupt more flights.”

The aftermath of Indonesia’s volcanic activity has also forced Malaysia Airlines to cancel midday to evening flights while Cathay Pacific restored flights yesterday.

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Old December 29th, 2010, 06:13 AM   #69
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source http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/th...t-airport.html

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Jakarta Now South East Asia's Busiest Airport

By Miyuru Sandaruwan on December 27, 2010

Did you use to believe that Singapore was South East Asia's busiest airport ? Or Bangkok ? It's time to change your belief now.

Indonesia's Jakarta Soekarano Hatta ( CGK ) airport has now surpassed both Singapore and Bangkok to become Southeast Asia's busiest airport.

For the 12 months ending September 2010, CGK has recorded 42,528,882 passenger movements* to become World's 16th busiest airport.

With 42.4m passengers, Bangkok Suvarnabhumi is now in Southeast Asia's second place, while Singapore is third with 41m passengers.

The Jakarta airport's amazing 21.2% growth must have a lot backed from AirAsia, Garuda, and Lion Air's expansion. All three carriers, as well as other smaller players, expanded in the last year both domestically, and internationally. The airport had recorded 37,143,719 passengers in 2009.

Amongst latest airlines to CGK are Mihin Lanka from Colombo and ANA from Tokyo Narita . The competition has not been sweet for every airline though - Kartika Air has ceased operating, Mandala has seen its fleet shrink from eleven to five aircraft - but the rest has seen expansion, with Sriwijaya Air, Batavia, AirAsia, Lion Air and Garuda all expanding their fleets. And the growth, however has not been without its downsides - the airport, terminals and the parking lots are now crowded than ever before - with a new runway being mulled to handle the increase in air traffic.

Although CGK's dominant traffic source is still domestic traffic, the airport's growing criteria of international business - mainly fueled by Garuda's product revamp and expansion will have a bigger part to play in the airport's future.
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Old December 29th, 2010, 01:49 PM   #70
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What's the current capacity limit of CGK? 50 millions?
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Old December 29th, 2010, 03:14 PM   #71
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What's the current capacity limit of CGK? 50 millions?
with terminal 3 now, around 20 - 25 million. Its already beyond capacity since four years ago actually. There will be expansion going on next year according to the local news here, for another pier on terminal 3.

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Old July 9th, 2011, 07:15 PM   #72
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Old July 27th, 2011, 05:12 PM   #73
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Alright, here's a visual presentation of the Master Plan for CGK



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Old July 27th, 2011, 05:19 PM   #74
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And here's the rest of them













I think all the images above are suppose to be the outlook of the new building between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, in which it would connect the two terminal and will have a train station that would connect the airport with Jakarta and Tanggerang.


See the little "capsule" on the bottom right? That will be the new "People Mover System" connecting the landside of Terminal 1,2 and 3. And this is suppose to be the final design of Terminal 3


I don't know if this will be the Immigration counter in Terminal 3 or Terminal 4. A bit too Changi-like?


To be honest, quite dissapointed with the design, especially the ceiling works. I mean come on! Look at Changi's Terminal 3 for crying out loud
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Old July 27th, 2011, 05:22 PM   #75
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Although, there has been some work done on the existing terminals

[IMG]http://i55.************/24wwpll.jpg[/IMG]
Carpets for security check points. Not the whole terminal though. I think the idea is to have matching carpets with Terminal 3.

[IMG]http://i56.************/25s2agy.jpg[/IMG]
Finally a CGK-dedicated magazine, like the ones in Changi. So far only in Bahasa Indonesia though. Great start.
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Old July 29th, 2011, 04:20 AM   #76
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like this Airport every time I travel to it. One of the most beautiful but at the same time most under rated airport in the world.
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Old August 3rd, 2011, 08:20 AM   #77
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$1.4b Stands In the Way of Airport Plan

With an ambitious Rp 11.7 trillion ($1.4 billion) revamp of Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport on its slate, state airport operator Angkasa Pura II is still looking for ways to finance it.

Hari Cahyono, Angkasa Pura II’s corporate secretary, said on Tuesday that his office was looking at different options to finance the project, including bank loans, an initial public offering and finding a strategic partner or partners.

“Finding a strategic partner and bank loans are the most viable options right now because a lot of investment is required. An IPO and bonds are other options that we are looking at but they are less feasible as they require lengthy processes,” he said.

Hari said Soekarno-Hatta had been in desperate need of a revamp and expansion for five years, but the need was never addressed because of the lack of funding and government support.

“It would take a major commitment from all of the concerned parties to help us materialize this plan because Soekarno-Hatta is the gateway to Indonesia,” he said.

Soekarno-Hatta was built in the early 1980s and was only ever meant to handle up to 22 million passengers a year, he said. Last year about 44 million people passed through Soekarno-Hatta, making it the 13th busiest airport in the world.

“At the pace the aviation sector is growing, we can’t afford to delay this any longer,” he said.

Angkasa Pura II estimates that the number of passengers passing through the airport each year will reach 54 million by 2015 and 66 million by 2020. Those figures are based on an assumed growth of 4.1 percent to 5.7 percent for air travel in the region.

The expansion would increase Soekarno-Hatta’s annual passenger handling capacity to 62 million, Hari said. Work could start next year and be completed in 2014 if financing is secured, he said.

It would also increase apron capacity to 174 aircraft from 125, and see the construction of a new cargo terminal that would raise capacity to 1.5 million tons from 500,000 tons.

“A third runway and a fourth terminal are also in the pipeline but would not happen until 2014,” Hari said. He said this was because of land availability.

The new-look Soekarno-Hatta would be a “modern airport with traditional flavors,” according to the company.

The highlight of the new design, which was drawn up by engineers at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), is a new half-circular building that would be a “one-stop service” center for commercial and leisure activities. It would include a mall, restaurants, a hotel, offices and a convention center. It would also have enough parking for up to 20,000 cars

The new building, provisionally called the Integrated Building, would be built between terminals 1 and 2. A small tram would run between the two.

Terminals 1 and 2 would each have a central check-in area. Work on Terminal 3 would focus on completing its second pier and main building, as well as an expanded taxiway.

“It’s going to be a world-class airport, with world-class toilets of course, and hopefully no scalpers,” Hari said.

Tengku Burhanuddin, secretary general of the Indonesia National Air Carriers Association, said there was no problem with the proposed design, but its implementation needed to be watched over.

He said working on an operating airport required good management to avoid causing disruptions. “You need to watch the work so it won’t disturb passengers or airplanes,” he said.

“There will be lots of heavy machinery, so where will they go in and how? Also, what about the issue of airport access because Cengkareng is getting crowded and you can’t just pay attention to the terminal, but also the road to it. If it’s too crowded then flights will be delayed.

http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/home/...rt-plan/455699
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Old August 13th, 2011, 10:34 AM   #78
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Editorial: Soekarno-Hatta facelift
The Jakarta Post | Sat, 08/13/2011

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-facelift.html

The planned expansion and renovation of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is undeniably urgently needed to improve the image of Indonesia’s main gateway located outside the capital city.

However, the project will appear as no more than a money-wasting facelift if there is no guarantee that the frequent complaints from travelers regarding services at the 29-year-old airport are heard.

The existing facilities at the airport, which is the 16th busiest in the world, can no longer accommodate the increasing number of travelers. The three existing terminals are too crowded, as they were designed to accommodate only 22 million people per year, while the number of travelers passing through it now reaches 44.3 million people per year.


Executive director of PT Angkasa Pura II (AP II), the state-owned operator of the airport, Tri S. Sunoko, said the Rp 11.7 trillion (US$1.37 billion) project is scheduled to begin early next year and is expected to be completed in 2014. Once renovations are complete, the airport is expected to be able to accommodate 62 million travelers per year; therefore, additional land needs to be acquired for expansion: 830 hectares of it. Currently, the airport stands on 1,800 hectares of plot.

The expansion and modernization of Soekarno-Hatta airport is timely, if not arguably a bit late, particularly given the data on the growing number of travelers. Our neighboring countries — Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore — have renovated their international airports in their respective capitals for similar reasons.

It is highly appreciated that the airport operator has decided to promote traditional architecture in the project, such as the use of Toraja-style roofs, and interiors featuring Balinese paintings and ornaments. All the local ethnic flavors will immediately impress both domestic and foreign travelers with the Indonesian atmosphere.

Hopefully, when the renovation project is completed, it will present a fresh image of Indonesia to travelers.

More than that, the expanded terminals will provide plenty of space for both inbound and outbound travelers. More spaciousness and more contemporary airport facilities are surely important to help travelers feel comfortable while awaiting departure or claiming their baggage.

But it is surely not enough. There are many more challenges facing the airport operator, and other relevant parties, in improving services. Travelers for sure need speedy and reliable handling.

Electricity cuts, such as the one that occurred recently, are intolerable incidents in a busy international airport like Soekarno-Hatta. Poor service at immigration checkpoints (one of the most complained about services), needs to be addressed by both immigration officers and the airport operator.

Several other problems that often tarnish the image of the airport include the operation of street vendors, unlicensed taxis, motorcycle taxis and ticket scalpers, as well as the poor hygienic conditions of the airport’s toilets.

It will be good, and make us feel proud, to have an international airport with modern facilities, but at the end of the day, travelers will be more impressed with good services and being well taken care of. Therefore, investment in human resources, including those working on the front lines, is no less important than just a facelift to improve the airport’s image.
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Old August 13th, 2011, 05:00 PM   #79
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lufthansa is going to cancel frankfurt-jakarta route and will began munich-jakarta route from 29october.

source>:http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...tional_Airport
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That's because LH will now operate its A380 to SIN from FRA and the MUN-SIN-CGK sector will be served with the A340
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