Trunojoyo Airport

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Trunojoyo Airport

Bandar Udara Trunojoyo
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Airport typePublic
Operator Government of Sumenep Regency
Serves Sumenep Regency, Madura Island, East Java, Indonesia
Elevation  AMSL 3.05 m / 10 ft
Coordinates 07°01′27.3″S113°53′24.74″E / 7.024250°S 113.8902056°E / -7.024250; 113.8902056 [1]
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Location of the Airport in Java
Direction LengthSurface
12/301,6005,249 Asphalt

Trunojoyo Airport (Indonesian : Bandara Trunojoyo) ( IATA : SUP, ICAO : WART), is an airport near Sumenep, a city in the Madura Island of East Java, Indonesia. It is named after the Madurese nobleman Trunajaya, who led a rebellion in the 17th century against Maturamish and Dutch forces.


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Wings Air Surabaya [2]

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