New Yogyakarta International Airport (NYIA)

New Yogyakarta International Airport (NYIA)


Utilizing 587 hectares of land to build an airport that is connected via railway and toll roads in the Kulon Progo Regency in Java, Indonesia.

About the project

The New Yogyakarta International Airport is an ongoing project to be completed by 2021. Two phases of development have been incorporated into the construction plans, mainly a 130,000-square-meter terminal and a runway measuring 3,250 m x 60 m. Upon completion, the airport will be able to accommodate 15 million passengers annually.

The second is phase, which will begin in 2031, will be to upgrade the building to 195,000 square meters to increase passenger accommodation to 20 million annually and extend the runway by 350 meters.


Airport with an annual capacity of 15 million passengers built on a 587-hectare site.

± 521 bore piles
Depth: 16-20 meters
Diameter: 1.2 meters

±400 bore piles
Depth: 20-30 meters
Diameter: 1.2 meters


  • Tixobent SF4
  • BMS 500 Polymer and Soda Ash

PT Angkasa Pura I

Project Investment:

9.3 billion Indonesian rupiah

Mud engineering:

Niva Solutions (Siam Minerals partner)

Project Challenges

  • The soil profile is 100% sandy formation
  • Water is salty due to close proximity to the beach.