Adji Rizqi Bayrschtein Intermicronational Airport

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Adji Rizqi Bayrschtein Intermicronational Airport
Bandar Udara Intermikronasional Adji Rizqi Bayrschtein
Logo of ARIA
Satellite view of ARIA
Airport Type Civilian Airport
Operator Los Bay Petrosian Transportation Ministry
Location Bayrschtein, Labstadt, Arutalapura (Los Bay Petros)
Status Completed
Hub for LBPair
Number of Runways 3
Number of Terminals 3 (1 Cargo)

Adji Rizqi Bayrschtein Intermicronational Airport (IMATO: BYR, IATA: ---, ICAO: ---) is the first Intermicronational Airport who serves the capital city of Los Bay Petros, Bayrschtein and Labstadt. The airport is the predecessor of the old airport, the current-domestic hub of Allevon - Dredim Intermicronational Airport. The airport opened for commercial operations in December 2012. The airport was renamed after Adji Rizqi, the Prime Minister of Los Bay Petros, who is regarded as the Los Bay Petrosian father of development

Located in the west of Bayrschtein, in northern district of Prapanca, the airport is the replacement of the Allevon - Dredim Intermicronational Airport. Allevon is still operating, serving domestic flights. Bayrschtein's 280m main airport runway has been able to accommodate large aeromodelling aircraft, 2 smaller runways are able to accommodate smaller aircrafts.


Airline Destination 
LBPair Bandar Melayu, Buitenkovo, Djoenggo, Melankoye
Ostenkass, Prianganstadt, Seulawah
LBPair Travenoras, Jakarta, Kebon Belakang, Sutton
Air Centrino Bandar Melayu, Djoenggo, Bandar Rasyidin, Wrythe
Air Centrino Westorney, Teesbridge, Sutton, Camp Hastons, Chaltham.
Air Centrino Aberdeen, Atlanta Jackson-Hartsfield, Auckland, Berlin, Brisbane, Cape Town, Chicago, Darwin, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Fukuoka, Goteborg, Honolulu, Hilo, Ibiza, Las Vegas, Ljubljana, London, Los Angeles, Moscow-Domodedovo, Newcastle, New York-JFK, New York-LaGuardia, Osaka, Pape'ete, Paris, Port Villa, Ronaldsway, San Diego