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Achmad Yani International Airport information

Achmad Yani International Airport serves the Indonesian city of Semarang, capital of the province of Central Java. Located on the north coast of Java island, Semarang is one of Indonesia’s largest cities but is often underlooked as a tourist destination.

Flights to Achmad Yani International Airport

Achmad Yani International Airport has been operational as a commercial air facility since 1966 and handles about 3 million air travellers a year. Named after Indonesian war hero General Ahmad Yani, the airport consists of 1 terminal and is served by a variety of major Asian airlines like Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air. As such, direct air connections to numerous cities within Southeast Asia such as Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta can be boarded from Achmad Yani International Airport. There are flights that fly directly into Semarang from Singapore with airlines such as SilkAir and Indonesia AirAsia.

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Getting around

Achmad Yani International Airport is located in Kalibanteng, about 7-10 kilometres from the city centre of Semarang. To get from airport to city, travellers can take the Trans Semarang Bus Rapid Transit to Semarang Tawang Station, the biggest railway station in Semarang. Otherwise, taxis are also available from the airport. Head to the taxi pool outside the Arrival terminal for a cab to town, but do note that taxis that depart directly from the airport charge a more expensive fare than those that are hailed off the street. You can easily get around this by walking about 50 metres ahead to the airport gate to grab a taxi instead. A ride to town should cost about SGD$5 and take around half an hour.

What to see and do
At Semarang, visit the Lawang Sewu, originally built as the headquarters of the Dutch East Indies Railway Company. Named ‘Thousand Doors’ in Javanese due to its countless doors and arches, Lawang Sewu also has 600 large windows. It has since gained a reputation for being a haunted house after the Japanese army took over the building and turned the part of the building’s basement into a prison with executions conducted there as well.

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