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More: Indonesia, February 2006
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Pictured 13 minutes before landing at Singapore - Changi at one of the Indonesian islands south of Singapore. [Nikon D200]
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A visitor from Malaysia posted Thu August 3, 2006:
There must be Karimun Jawa.... No body can flight. It's already closed... i think

A visitor from Spain posted Mon July 17, 2006:
Hi!
The airport is located in the island of Karimunjawa, I found it using Google Earth.
lat. 1.0526
long. 103.3914
Search for "Pulau Karimunbesar"

A visitor from Indonesia posted Thu June 8, 2006:
The airport is NOT Kijang (TNJ/WIDN) because it does not match the layout. Try Karimun island or somewhere near there... especially if you're coming from the west for 02L/C... I'll email Andy if I found out which airport it is... And knowing the zoom used might help...

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sat May 27, 2006:
This airfiled must be Tanjung Pinang - Kijang Airport (TNJ/WIDN)which located on Bintan Island, most of the time the airport used by Indonesia NAVAL. However if anybody know better, let me know.

A visitor from United States posted Tue May 23, 2006:
Would be easier if the runway numbers were clearer.
I think I see a '27' on the right, but it sure doesn't look like a 09 on the left? DO you have a better scan?

Also, some info about whereyour flight came from and whether your plane made some turns (or even circled) before landing would be useful. That might have brought you over Malaysia too..
So far, Google Earth has not been helpful in finding this place..

A visitor from Germany posted Mon May 22, 2006:
Trafiic jam in the river?