New Yogyakarta International Airport is a new international airport positioned in the southwest of Yogyakarta city, it’s near Yogyakarta south coast line exactly.
This new airport build due to Adi Sucipto airport has overload capacity and not possible to expand the size. Also it has short landing track that can not fulfilled the requirement of bigger aircraft.
The New Yogyakarta Airport planned to do transportation test on April 24th-26th, 2019 by simulation of passenger movements and aircraft landing trials.
*) The the name of the new airport is recommended to remove word: ‘New’ by linguist expert and some people in Gadjah Mada University. The Yogyakarta Governor already sent message to Ministry of Transportation for this changing.
WHERE IS IT?
Jalan Raya Daendels Pantai Selatan, Logede, Glagah, Temon, Kulon Progo Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta, 55654
HOW MANY TERMINAL IN NYIA AIRPORT?
1. INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL:
2. DOMESTIC TERMINAL:
HOW MUCH THE TAXI (CAB) FEE IN NYIA AIRPORT?
TAXI (CAB) FEE:
1. ZONE 1: ?, ?.
HOW TO GET TO THE AIRPORT?
*) No need password.
MOBILE PHONE SIGNAL:
Strong signal for your smartphone.
SIM CARD SHOP:
Some SIM card shop.
*) They offering the SIM card with the internet package data included. But, the price is very expensive. Here the guidelines to get the best SIM card in Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta SIM card.
There are some cafe inside of airport.
There are some money changer inside of airport.
*) The exchange rate sometime lower/less than other money changer rate. Here the guidelines to get the best money changer in Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta money changer guideline
Some bathroom and toilet
HOW TO CONTACT:
NEW YOGYAKARTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NYIA) STATUS TODAY:
NOT YET OPEN FOR ANY VISITOR/TOURIST/TRAVELER
*) PT Angkasa Pura (AP) I or Airport authority plan to do transportation test on April 24th-26th, 2019.
**) This test including simulation of passenger movements and aircraft landing trials.
***) Update info: Yogyakarta International Airport officially operates on May 6th, 2019. Citilink airlines who first landed and then followed by Lion Air.