Makassar UPG - Surabaya SUB

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Information about Surabaya

Surabaya is the capital of the East Java province and the second largest metropolitan city in Indonesia, following Jakarta. Also known as the “City of Heroes,” the Battle of Surabaya, in November of 1945, played an important role in garnering support for Indonesia’s independence. In addition to the city’s historical importance, there are a number of must-visit natural and cultural tourist sites throughout the city. Visitors can explore the Runcing Bambu Monument, the General Sudirman Monument, Tugu Pahlawan, the Red Bridge and numerous others. Juanda International Airport is the main place of entry into the city for business and leisure travelers. 

How long the time of flight is?

The length of time required to fly directly from Makassar to Surabaya is 1 hour and 25 minutes. 

Time difference between cities

The time difference between the city of Makassar and the city of Surabaya is 1 hour. If the time in Makassar is 8 p.m., then time in the city of Surabaya is 7 p.m. 

Interesting facts

• Five airlines offer direct flights on the route from Makassar to Surabaya, including Lion Air, Garuda Indonesia, Batik Air, Sriwijaya Air and Citilink.
• There are 19,607 seats available each week on direct flights from Makassar to Surabaya.
• The fastest flight time on the route from Makassar to Surabaya is 1 hour and 20 minutes.
• Thirty-five percent of all direct flights from Makassar to Surabaya depart in the afternoon.
• Lion Air offers 49 direct flights from Makassar to Surabaya.
• Lion Air provides 41 percent of the total direct flights on the route from Makassar to Surabaya.
• The largest aircraft to fly directly from Makassar to Surabaya is the Boeing 737-900 with 215 passenger seats.

General information about this route

The flight distance from Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport (UPG) in Makassar to Juanda International Airport (SUB) in Surabaya is 792 kilometers. 




Information about Makassar

Makassar is one of Indonesia’s largest metropolitan cities outside of Java. Formerly known as Ujung Pandang, Makassar is the capital of the South Sulawesi province and is known for its location between the Makassar Strait and the Flores Sea. Losari Beach is one of Makassar’s most famous tourist attractions for its floating mosque, beachfront hotels and gorgeous sea views. Visitors also enjoy the Trans Studio Makassar (the largest indoor theme park in the world), the Karebosi Link underground shopping center, Fort Rotterdam, the Bantimurung-Bulusaraung National Park and an abundance of other must-visit attractions. Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport is the most popular place to enter Makassar, and it is one of the major hubs for travel to other parts of eastern Indonesia. 

How long the time of flight is?

The length of time required to take a direct flight from Surabaya to Makassar is 1 hour and 30 minutes. 

Time difference between cities

The time difference between the city of Surabaya and the city of Makassar is 1 hour. If the time in Surabaya is 10 a.m., then the time in Makassar is 11 a.m.

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Transportation from Juanda International Airport to Surabaya City Center

Travelers arriving in Surabaya have several options for transportation into the city center and beyond. Those options are the following.

1. Damri Bus

Damri buses can be used to travel from the airport to the city center and beyond. You can locate a Damri bus at the arrivals terminal of Juanda International Airport. Transportation into the city center costs 30,000 Rp and 35,000 Rp per person. The Damri bus routes that travel through Juanda International Airport are the following.

• Juanda Airport - Bus Terminal Bungurasih (Purabaya) PP
• Juanda Airport - Gresik PP

2. Primkopal / Kokapura Taxis

The only taxis available at Juanda International Airport are the Primkopal and Kokapura taxis owned by the Angkasa Pura cooperative. These taxis can be used to reach the city center and other nearby areas. You can purchase a ticket for an airport taxi at the transportation counter near the airport exit. These taxis tend to be more expensive than traditional commercial taxis, but commercial taxis are not permitted to pick up passengers at the airport.





Transportation from Makassar City Center to Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport

Travelers flying out of Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport have several options for public transportation to the airport from the Makassar city center, including:

1. Taxi

Any taxi throughout Makassar and its surrounding areas can be taken to the airport. The rate varies depending on the distance traveled, but fares from downtown Makassar to Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport typically cost between 80,000 Rp and 100,000 Rp.

2. Damri Bus

You may also take a Damri bus from Makassar to the Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport. The buses operate from 5 a.m. to 12 a.m., every day of the week. There is only one Damri bus route that accesses the airport, and the fare is 25,000 Rp per person.

3. City Transport/Pete-Pete

A more affordable transportation option for reaching the airport is the pete-pete. Pete-petes are minibuses that have been modified to carry more passengers. You’ll have to take two pete-petes to reach the airport from the city center. Start at the pete-pete terminal in downtown Makassar and travel to Terminal Daya. At Terminal Daya, you’ll take another pete-pete to Independence Pioneer Road. You’ll have to walk a long distance from the pete-pete stop at Independence Pioneer Road to the airport entrance. Transportation via pete-pete costs 4,000 Rp one-way.

Flight route between Makassar and Surabaya: distance 792 km

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