Adisucipto International Airport serves the Special Region of Yogyakarta, located in southern Java in Indonesia. Originally constructed as an airbase for the Air Force (named Maguwo, after the near-by village Maguwoharjo) in 1940, it was later converted to a civilian terminal and renamed after Agustinus Adisucipto, an Indonesian pilot killed in action by the Dutch in 1947. Located only about 6-8 kilometres from the heart of Yogyakarta, it is highly convenient for residents and is the 4th busiest airport in the region (as of December 2014).
Though classified as an international airport, most of the flights from Adisucipto International Air-port are domestic ones heading to major cities in Indonesia such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Pekanbaru, Balikpapan, Bali and others. Only 3 international destinations can be reached from Adisucipto as of December 2014: these are Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Singapore.
The airport is served by domestic airlines such as Batik Air, Garuda Indonesia, Sriwijaya Air as well as regional budget carriers like AirAsia and TigerAir.
There is only one passenger terminal in Adisucipto International Airport (as of December 2014), and facilities such as ATMs, restaurants, mosques, car rental agencies, executive lounges and money changes are available within it.