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Sultan Thaha Airport

Sultan Thaha Airport (English: Sultan Thaha Airport) (IATA: DJB, ICAO: WIJJ), is an international airport located in Jambi City, Jambi Province, Indonesia. This airport starting in April 2007 is managed by PT. Angkasa Pura II, which was previously managed by the Jambi Province Transportation Agency. Currently there are 8 airlines that make 23 flights every day, including Batik Air, Citilink, Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Nam Air, Sriwijaya Air, Susi Air, and Wings Air. The name of the airport is taken from the name of Sultan Thaha Syaifuddin, an Indonesian National hero from Jambi.

This airport was built during the colonial era with the name of the Field of Fields of North Sumatra. Starting in 2011. Sultan Thaha Airport will increase its ability to serve aircraft passengers who continue to increase and increase the length and width of the runway (Current length and width is 2,220 meters and 30 meters and will be added to 2,600 meters and 45 meters). This foundation improvement was carried out to service wide-body aircraft, especially from Garuda Indonesia. Angkasa Pura will also add Instrument Landing System (ILS) equipment that can help planes land in bad weather. ILS is equipment that must be installed at an international standard airport, just like the purpose of this airport improvement, which is to make Sultan Thaha Syaifuddin an international airport in 2012.

The new terminal of Sultan Thaha Airport was opened on December 27, 2015. The terminal was inaugurated by President Joko Widodo on July 21, 2016. The runway will be expanded to 3000 meters x 45 meters which will be able to land wide-body aircraft.

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