Find useful information about Lombok Airport: Arrivals, Departures, Terminal information, Parking, Car rental, Transport, Accommodation, Amenities and Services, among other information about Zainuddin Abdul Madjid International Airport (LOP). Plan your travel to LOP Airport with the information provided in this guide.
Lombok International Airport (Bandar Udara Internasional Lombok) (IATA: LOP, ICAO: WADL) is the main airport on the island of Lombok in Indonesia. The airport started operations in October 2011. Lombok Airport is located 40 km from Mataram, the capital city of Nusa Tenggara Barat region and 55 km from Senggigi, a popular tourist area in West Lombok.
Jl. Bypass BIL
Tanak Awu, Pujut, Lombok Tengah
Nusa Tenggara Barat 83572, Indonesia
Telp. +62 370 6157000
Contact Center: 172
At Lombok Airport passengers can use the following services:
- Restaurants and cafés
- Disabled access
- Lost & found
- Baggage claim
- Baggage wrapping
- Left luggage
The airport site is at Tanak Awu, in Kabupaten Lombok Tengah (Regency of Central Lombok), Lombok, Indonesia, southwest of Mataram the provincial capital of Nusa Tenggara Barat and a few kilometers southwest of the small regional city of Praya.
The airport deploys in 551.8 hectares with cost Rp.945.8 billion ($108 million) which PT Angkasa Pura-I shouldering Rp.795.8 billion, West Nusa Tenggara province Rp.110 billion and Central Lombok Regency Rp.40 billion.
We present you the available means of transport at Lombok Airport:
Car and bus parking
The airport has extensive paved parking areas at the main terminal and smaller facilities for the cargo terminal and administrative areas. Entrance is by a single controlled access point to the nearby highway.
Public bus services
Perum DAMRI provide a public airport shuttle service to Terminal Mandalika (‘city bus terminal’) on the eastern outskirts of Mataram and on to the west coast at Senggigi. The public bus service uses a dedicated fleet of modern air-conditioned buses and provides a scheduled service for set fees.
When the airport services were moved across from the previous facilities at Selaparang the Airport Taksi Koperasi moved operations to BIL. Upon the commencement of services from BIL they ceased to provide a set distance pre-paid docket system and adopted a metered (‘argometer’) method of charging for distance traveled. The airport taxi service is supplemented by metered taxis provided by the two established operators: Bluebird Taxi and Express Taxi.
Helicopter and fixed wing charter services are available by prior arrangement.