Terminal 2 at Surabaya’s Juanda Airport opens today.
Starting Friday 14 February 2014, all international flights at Surabaya Airport will operate from the new Terminal 2:
Some domestic flights will also move:
These airlines will remain at Terminal 1:
However, it is not confirmed which airlines will be moving into what was the international (east) section of Terminal 1, and which will remain in the domestic (west) section.
It is hoped that the new Terminal 2 will ease congestion in the existing Terminal 1, which in 2013 handled 16 million passengers, double its intended capacity.
The airport’s increased capacity may also improve airlines’ on-time performance.
Where is it? How to get there? How to change terminals?
Artist’s impressions and the above YouTube video suggest that Terminal 2 will be located next to Terminal 1, on the east side.
If arriving by car/taxi/airport bus, Terminal 2 would be the first one after doing the usual 180-degree right turn around the car park.
To walk from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2, (after exiting the T1 arrivals hall) passengers would need to turn right and walk 5-10 minutes, perhaps past the Ibis Budget Surabaya Airport Hotel.
However, it is unlikely that Lion Air domestic passengers who are transiting Surabaya on the way to Singapore will get an airside transfer from Terminal 1 to 2; passengers would still need to pay international airport tax of Rp150 000 per person and pass immigration/customs.
We will add updates below once the situation “on the ground” becomes clearer.
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