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Overview

Airport Name & Management

Contact Names & Email  

Tel & Fax

Website

Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport

& PT (Persero) Angkasa Pura II

General Manager

Tel:(62-761) 674 694

Fax: (62-761) 674 827

http://www.angkasapura2.co.id

 

Sultan Syarief Kasim II Internatiomal Airport:

  • Located in Pekan Baru, Riau, Sumatra.

  • The airport area and runway is also shared with Roesmin Nurjadin Air Force Base, a type A airbase of the Indonesian Air Force.

  • The existing runway is 2240 x 45 m, but is currently being expanded to 2600 x45 (under construction).

 

LOCATION DETAILS

Country

Indonesia

Latitude

0°27'48"S

Province / District

Riau / Pekan Baru

Longitude

101°26'48"E

Town or City (closest)

Pekan Baru

Elevation

31.7M (104 ft)

Airfield Name

Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport

International airport

Yes

IATA & ICAO codes

PKU &  WIBB

Open from/to (hours)

23:00 – 17:00

Performance

Performance

Year(s) and figures

Total Aircraft Movements

90 Movements / day (Avarage)

Total Passengers

+/- 3,000,000 / year

Current monthly use by Humanitarian flights (UNHAS)

NIL

Cargo Capacity

Cargo Handling Equipment includes:

  • 1 Forklift 3.5MT, Belt

  • Conveyor Loader,

  • Hand pallets etc.

  • Container Dolly

  • Pallet Dolly

  • Chartered aircraft cargo usually brings their own handling equipment.

Capacity Cargo

Year(s) and figures

Total Aircraft Movements

Chartered cargo aircraft

Total capacity of the airport (mt)

45 T

Current activity of the airport (mt)

39 T

Current monthly use by Humanitarian flights (UNHAS)

NIL

Airfield Details

Existing Apron area capable of handling 7 wide body aircraft and now being expand (under construction) to 12 wide body aircraft

Airfield Details

Customs

Yes

JET A-1 fuel

Yes

Immigration

Yes

AVGAS 100

No

Terminal Building

Yes

Single point refueling

No

Passenger Terminal

Yes

Starter units (press air)

No

Cargo terminal

Yes

ILS

Yes

Pax transport to airfield

Yes

Approach Lights

Yes

Control Tower

Yes

Ground power (mobile)

Yes

Weather Facilities

Yes

Latrine servicing

Yes

Catering Services

Yes

Fire fighting

Category: 7

Base Operating Room

Yes

Fire fighting category (ICAO)

Yes

Airport Radar

Yes

Fire fighting equipment

Yes

NDB

Yes

De-icing equipment

No

VOR

Yes

Runway lights

Yes

Runway

RUNWAY # 1

Published length (metres)

2240  M

Width (meter)

45  M

Orientation

18 - 36

Surface

Asphalt Concrete / Flexible

Helicopter Pad(s)

There are no dedicated helipads on the civil side of the airport – however the apron can be utilised for this purpose in emergency situations:

East Apron   

Dimensions:                476 M x 110.5 M

Strength:                     PCN 70 RBWT

West Apron A           

Dimensions:                90 M x 80 M

Strength:                     PCN 70 RBWT

Surface:                      Asphalt

 

Helipad

Present

No

Largest helicopter that can land

SA 330

Width and Length (metres)

NIL

Surface

NIL

Airport Operating Details

There are four ground handling companies operating in Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport

Airport Operating Details Detil operasi bandara

Max size cargo aircraft that bulk cargo can be offloaded 

B 737

Total Parking Area  (m²)

1,926,250

Storage Capacity

400

Cargo Handling Equipment

No

If yes, specify below

Elevators

No

Max. capacity (tons):

Can reach the upper deck of a B747?        No

Costs- Airfield Charges

http://sultansyarifkasim2-airport.co.id/en/business/aviation-charges

 

Airfield Charges (US$)

Aircraft Weight

– MTOW (Ton)

 

Navigation (per journey)

Landing

Night Landing

Night Take-off

Parking

Handling Charges

0 - 40

 

 

http://www.sultansyarifkasim2-airport.co.id/en/business/aviation-charges

 

40 - 100

 

over 100

 

Note 1: Night landing hours are counted outside of published hours of the airport

Note 2: Parking charges are free for first 2 hours. Parking surcharge is counted for the following hours.

Note 3: All of these charges are administered by the Directorate General Civil Aviation and are different for all airports in Indonesia

Costs- Cargo Terminal Charges

Cargo Terminal Charges

Import

Rate US$ / kg

Handling charge per kg

http://www.sultansyarifkasim2-airport.co.id/en/business/aviation-charges

 

Break bulk fee

Diplomatic mail

Strong room – per consignment

Cold storage fee

Delivery outside normal working hours

Preparation of substitute AOA – Invoice – Receipt

Storage per kg per day – Grace period? Hours 

Export

Rate US$ / kg

Handling charges – Unpalletized cargo

http://www.sultansyarifkasim2-airport.co.id/en/business/aviation-charges

 

International Air Way Bill

Local Air Way Bill

Air Way Bill Amendment – Cancellation

Air Way Bill Documentation

Diplomatic Mail

Storage charges per kg per day

Costs- Air-bridge Charges

http://www.sultansyarifkasim2-airport.co.id/en/business/aviation-charges

Costs- Fuel Service Charges

There is a pertamina depot within the airport compound – refuelling is arranged through the ground handling companies.

  • Fleet of fuel trucks: 3 units@ 12KL, 1 unit @ 7 KL and 1 unit @ 25 KL.

  • Fuels types

  • Jet A1, without icing inhibitor.

  • 73 octane gasoline, unleaded, No MIL Spec.

  • 100/130 MIL Spec, low lead, aviation gasoline (BLUE)

  • http://aviation.pertamina.com/News.aspx?p=price

Security

The airport is a joint airbase with the Indonesian Air Force – there is a permanent military presence and secuirty regulations are well enforced.

Security

 X Good

 Marginal

 Bad

Storage Facilities

There are small purpose built warehouses for the ground handling companies:

  • Import Cargo WH of approximately 500 M2

  • Export Cargo WH of approximately 500 M2

  • There are no cold storage or strong box facilities.

  • For emergency responses Angkasa Pura indicated that there is plenty of un-surfaced space to the north end of the cargo terminal that could be used as open storage if the airport was to be utilized as a Humanitarian Staging Area (HSA).

  • Angkasa Pura also indicated that they could desigante 0.6 Ha of apron space in fron of the cargo terminal for the HSA.

  • Additionally there is an area of approximately 2 Ha that has been cleared as part of the construction of the new terminal but has no designated use.

  • The air force base on the opposite side of the runway has much larger open areas and surfaces aprons and hangers that could facilitate a HSA within the airport perimeter – if permission was obtained.