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Airport Name: Depati Amir Airport Airport Address: , Pangkal Pinang (Pangkalpinang), Indonesia 33684 Main Airlines:
Depati Amir Airport also known as Pangkal Pinang Airport, is an airport located in Pangkal Pinang City, Bangka Belitung Islands Province, Indonesia. The airport is managed by PT. Angkasa Pura II since January 2007. It was originally named Pangkalpinang Airport built since the Japanese occupation of 1942 as a defense against Allied soldiers. In accordance with the letter of the Secretary General of the Ministry of Transportation. 378 / TLK / DEPHUB / VIII / 85 dated 22 August 1985 the name of the airport was changed to airport. Based on the Decree of the Minister of Transportation No. SK.1 / AU.106 / PHB-99 dated 25 August 1999, Pangkalpinang Airport was changed to Amir Bangka Airport, which is an UPT from Vertical Institution of Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transportation.
Since January 1, 2007, the airport was handed over to a state-owned company in charge of the management of several airports in western Indonesia, namely PT. Angkasa Pura II (Persero).For air space controlled by the Air Traffic Service Unit of Depati Amir Airport initially only serves the area around the airport up to 2500 feet altitude. In 1992, the border area expanded, with a horizontal limit of up to 30 Nm, and a vertical limit of 15,000 feet. In 2008 after being managed by PT. Angkasa Pura II, horizontal boundaries widened to a distance of varied 80 Nm, while the vertical limit to 24,500 feet.Since January 1, 2013 airspace management at Depati Amir Airport has been transferred to the Indonesian Air Navigation Service Provider or AirAsia Operator. It is one of the two main airport in Bangka Belitung province, the other being H.A.S. Hanandjoeddin International Airport in Belitung. * Source: Wikipedia