Monday, December 29, 2008

Soekarno-Hatta International will open terminal 3 by March

Terminal 3 of the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Indonesia has reached the final development stage and will be fully operational in March. The project includes the construction of a 4,000-meter runway and an elevated railway to connect the airport with Manggarai train station in Central Jakarta.

Airport operator PT Angkasa Puta II announced that, “The soft opening will take place in March next year.” Airport executive general manager Haryanto added that the design of the terminal, which could accommodate up to four million passengers per year, would be futuristic and modern.

When terminal 3 is fully operational, the airport will have a total capacity of 38 million passengers per year. Haryanto said there were two airlines, Air Asia and Mandala Air, which would be moved to the new terminal. They currently operate at terminal 1.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think Terminal 3 should be use for all International Flights instead of domestic flights. We have to make a good first impressions to tourists from around the world.

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