Soekarno Hatta International airport
(Indonesian Bandar Udara Internasional Soekarno-Hatta, eng. Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in the West of Jakarta (Indonesia's capital). IATA code CGK, ICAO-WIII comes from the secondary name for the airport Cengkareng (district Ченгкаренг in the North-West of Jakarta), often used by local residents. The name Sukarno - Hatta airport in honour of the first President of Indonesia Ahmed Sukarno and the first Vice-President Mohammad Hatta. Author of the project of the famous French architect Paul Andreu. The airport has started to work in 1985. In 1992 was built the second terminal of the airport, and in 2009 launched the third terminal of the airport. Area airport is 18 km, and the airport has two independent runways. At the airport three passenger terminals (1,2,3). In terminal 1 are serviced by domestic flights airline Indonesian airlines, and the terminal is divided into three sectors 1A, 1B and 1C. Terminal 2 serves international flights, and consists of three sectors 2E, 2F and 2D. Finished and commissioned in April 2009, a part of terminal 3 is used for flights airline AirAsia and Mandala Airlines. Full completion of the construction of the terminal 3 is planned in 2020. Terminal 1 and 2 - two symmetric semi-circular building, located opposite each other. The length of the transition between two opposite gates in opposite ends of the terminal 2 is 940 meters. Themselves terminals are located from each other at a distance of 1.5 kilometers, between terminals are major downloaded motorway. For transportation of passengers between the terminals by Shuttle bus. Terminal 3 (T3) is located on one side of terminal 2.
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