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…foto Cewek berambut pirang telanjang – cewe cantik asalkanada ini memang sangat cantik men,rambut berwarna pirang,kulit putih mulus namun toketnya kecil,meskipun tokenya kecil dia tetap menggoda men, liat aja…Sultan Iskandar Muda International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Sultan Iskandar Muda, Acehnese: Bandar Udara Antar Nanggroë Sultan Iskandar Muda), also called Banda Aceh International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Banda Aceh) (IATA: BTJ, ICAO: WITT) is the airport located 13,5 kilometres southeast of the capital of Aceh province, Banda Aceh.
This airport was formerly called Blangbintang Airport (Indonesian: Bandara Blangbintang), referred to its location in a subdistrict with same name.
This airport is listed as the 23rd busiest airport in Indonesia.
After being hit by a devastating tsunami on 26 December 2004, the airport underwent renovation and a 3000-metre runway for wide-body jet liners was built.
On 9 October 2011 the first Boeing 747-400 landed and took off successfully at the airport.
This airport can act as a place of refuge in case of natural disasters, such as tsunami.
The airport was also used as a staging ground for international emergency aid in response to the tsunami in Aceh.
Sultan Iskandar Muda Airport was built by the Japanese Government in 1943.
At that time, the airport has a runway 1400 metres long and 30 metres wide in the form of the letter T from the South end lengthwise from east to west.
In 1953 the Sultan Iskandar Muda Airport (at that time called Blang Bintang Airport) was reopened by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia for the purpose of landing the plane.
Runway used only runway stretching from South to North 1400 metres in length.
The first plane to land after reopening was a DC-3 Dakota, and a few years later, the Convair 240.
In 1968, the airport has developed a runway extension to 1850 meters with a width of 45 metres, and an apron of 90 x 120 metres, so it could accommodate larger aircraft such as the Fokker F28.