The Juanda International Airport was named after the final Prime Minister of Indonesia, Djuanda Kartawidjaja, and is today one of the busiest airports in the country, second only to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in the capital of Jakarta. The airport consists of two terminals - Terminal 1, which serves domestic flights, and Terminal 2, which serves both domestic and international flights.
Travellers in transit may walk over to the Ibis Budget Hotel to get some rest. Hotel facilities include comfortable rooms and internet access. Alternatively, they could spend time at any of the shopping malls near the hotel.
Travellers who prefer to stay within the confines of the airport could visit the various lounges. Facilities offered include business centres with conducive working environments and equipment like telephones and fax machines, up-to-date newspapers and magazines as well as televisions with global news and entertainment channels. There is complimentary food and drink for lounge members and cosy rest areas for tired travellers.
If there is time to kill at the airport, travellers may also engage in a spot of shopping. There are several retail options available, such as fashion apparel and accessories, cosmetics, jewellery, perfume and so on. Duty-free shops offer items like liquor and tobacco. Gifts and souvenirs may also be bought for friends and family back home.
Travellers with disabilities may request for assistance from airport staff during boarding and upon arrival at the airport. They should also notify their respective airlines, so that special arrangements can be made for them. Travellers who smoke can only do so outside the terminal buildings and at designated smoking areas within the airport.
IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 12 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Juanda International Airport website for the latest update of the following information.