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Airport Overview 

The New Yogyakarta International airport is located in Temon Sub District of Kulon Progo District, about 43 km from the Yogyakarta city. The airport is planned to replace Adisutjipto International Airport as the air gateway to Yogyakarta Province, which is overcapacity. For the time being, the airport only serves domestic flight and is expected to be fully operational for International flights starting April 2020. The airport is expected to accommodate 20 million passengers annually. Currently the airport operates from 06.00 WIB – 18.00 WIB (23.00 UTC – 11.00 UTC).     

Airport website: https://yogyakarta-airport.co.id/  

 Airport Location and Contact 

Country 

INDONESIA 

Province or District 

YOGYAKARTA Province, Kulon Progo  

Nearest Town or City  
with Distance from Airport 

Yogyakarta 

43 km from Yogyakarta City Centre 

Airport’s Complete Name 

NEW YOGYAKARTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 

Latitude 

-7.900344 

Longitude 

110.060689 

Elevation (ft and m) 

24 ft (7.3 m) 

IATA Code 

WAHI 

ICAO Code 

YIA 

Managing Company or Airport Authority 

PT. Angkasa Pura I (Persero) Yogyakarta International Airport 

Jl. Wates km.42 Kulon Progo Yogyakarta 55282 
Ph. +62-274-2890224 
email jog.airport@ap1.co.id  

Management Contact Person 

Abdul Rokhim (Sales Department Head) 

Ph. +62 81216216550 

Email abdul.rokhim@ap1.co.id  

Open From (hours) 

23:00 UTC (06.00 WIB) 

Open To (hours) 

11:00 UTC (18.00 WIB) 

Airport Picture 


A : Runway 

B : Apron   

C : Terminal Building 

D : Cargo Area and Office Area 

 

Description and Contacts of Key Companies 

PT. Angkasa Pura I (Persero) New Yogyakarta International Airport 

Address Jl. Wates km.42 Kulon Progo Yogyakarta 55282 

Ph. +62-274-2890224 

Email jog.airport@ap1.co.id 

Airlines that operates at New Yogyakarta International Airport 

Airlines 

Routes 

Batik Air 

Jakarta, Denpasar, Palangkaraya 

Lion Air 

Medan, Makasar, Balikpapan, Pontianak 

Citilink 

Jakarta, Denpasar 

Information on some aviation service providers can be found at:http://www.azfreight.com/  

Passenger and Cargo Performance Indicator 

The airport is expected to accommodate 20 million passengers annually, upon completion.  

The airport is currently under ongoing development. The development is divided into two phases: 

  1. Phase 1: the airport will have a terminal area of 130,000 m2 with a capacity of up to 15 million passengers per year, with runway length 3,250 meters x 60 meters. The total land area of the airport is about 645 hectares  
  2. Phase 2: the extension of the airport terminal with total area of 195,000 m2 that can accommodate up to 20 million passengers per year. The length of the runway will be extended by 350 meters to 3,600 meters and 45 meters wide with apron capacity that can park up to 45 aircrafts.  

Future plans also include to turn the airport land into an airport city integrated with industrial and tourism areas. The airport is designed to be resistant to earthquakes measuring up to 8.8 on the Richter magnitude scale as it was constructed in an earthquake-prone area and will be equipped with tsunami mitigation facilities.  

Performance 

 

Per Year 

Per Month 

Per Day 

Total Aircraft Movements 

N/A  

 

 

Total Passengers 

N/A 

 

 

Total Capacity of the Airport (MT) 

N/A 

 

 

Current Activity of the Airport (MT) 

N/A 

 

 

Current use by Humanitarian Flights (UNHAS) 

N/A 

 

 

Runways 

Runway #1 

Runway Dimensions 

3250 m x 45 m  

Orientation 

11 – 29  

Surface 

Asphalt 93 F/C/X/T 

Helicopter Pad(s) 

There is no dedicated helipad at the moment. 

Helipad #1 

Present 

No 

Largest Helicopter that can Land 

 

Width and Length (m) 

 

Surface 

 

Airport Infrastructure Details 

For the time being, about 12,900 m2 terminal building is completed and in operational.  

The airport is planned to be connected to Yogyakarta city centre via a toll road and railway line. Railway line (airport railway) will be built starting 2020 and expected to be operational in 2021.   

Customs 

Yes - On-call  

JET A-1 fuel 

Yes  

Immigration 

YES 

AVGAS 100 

No 

Terminal Building 

YES 

Single Point Refueling 

Yes 

Passenger Terminal 

YES 

Air Starter Units 

YES 

Cargo terminal 

YES 

Ground Power (mobile) 

YES 

Pax Transport to Airfield 

YES 

Ground Handling Services 

YES 

Control Tower 

YES 

Latrine Servicing 

YES 

Weather Facilities 

YES 

Fire Fighting Category (ICAO) 

Cat VII 

Catering Services 

YES 

De-icing Equipment 

NO 

Base Operating Room 

YES 

Parking Ramp Lighting 

YES 

Airport Radar 

YES 

Approach & Runway Lights 

YES 

NDB 

YES 

VOR 

YES 

ILS 

YES 

 

 

Airport Operating Details 

Operating Details 

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Bulk Cargo 

B777, B747, A380 

Maximum Sized Aircraft that can be Offloaded on Pallet 

B777, B747, A380 

Total Aircraft Parking Area (m²) 

1,250 m x 160 m 

Storage Area (m3 and MT) 

On development  

Handling Equipment 

Elevators / Hi Loaders  

Not available 

Max Capacity (MT) 

 

Max Height (m) 

 

Loading Ramps 

 

Other Comments 

 

Customs Guidance 

Customs office and facilities are under the development process and is expected to be operational in 2020For the time being, all International flightare directed through Adisutjipto International airport.  

For more information on customs in Indonesia, please see the following link:http://www.beacukai.go.id/  

Storage Facilities 

The cargo terminal and storage facilities are under the ongoing development.  

Airfield Costs 

Updated costs can be found in https://ap1.co.id/id/information/tarif-jasa-kebandarudaraan 

FUEL SERVICES CHARGES 

Fuel Service charges can be found in http://aviation.pertamina.com/News.aspx?p=price  

CARGO TERMINAL CHARGES 

The cargo terminal and storage facilities are under the ongoing development.  

AIR-BRIDGE CHARGES 

The air-bridge facilities are under the ongoing development.  

Security 

No detailed information about the security facilities.