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Direct (non-stop) flights from Semarang to Sampit


SRGDeparture

SRG

Achmad Yani, Semarang, Indonesia

1h 35m, 359 miles
Plane
Skyscanner

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SMQDestination

SMQ

H. Asan Airport, Sampit, Indonesia


Weekdays:
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Aircrafts:
ATR 72
Airlines:
Flight time:
1h 35m
Route distance:
359 miles, 578 km

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All flight schedules from Achmad Yani, Indonesia to H. Asan Airport, Indonesia. This route is operated by 1 airline(s), and the departure time is 06:10. The distance is 359 miles.

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Nam Air

Nam Air flight schedule from Achmad Yani to H. Asan Airport

All weekly departures with Nam Air.

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September 21
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Sep 22
Wednesday
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IN240
06:10
06:10 SRG

07:45 SMQ

  • Flight time:
    01:35
  • Distance:
    578 km, 359 miles
  • Aircraft:
    ATR 72
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SRG

SMQ

06:10
06:10 SRG

07:45 SMQ

  • Flight time:
    01:35
  • Distance:
    578 km, 359 miles
  • Aircraft:
    ATR 72
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SRG

SMQ

06:10
06:10 SRG

07:45 SMQ

  • Flight time:
    01:35
  • Distance:
    578 km, 359 miles
  • Aircraft:
    ATR 72
------
SRG

SMQ

06:10
06:10 SRG

07:45 SMQ

  • Flight time:
    01:35
  • Distance:
    578 km, 359 miles
  • Aircraft:
    ATR 72

Airports fact and comparison

Achmad Yani SRG

Achmad Yani (SRG) is a mid-sized airport based in Semarang, Indonesia. You can fly to 17 destinations with 11 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Achmad Yani

16
 

Number of airlines

12
 

Weekly departures

531
 

H. Asan Airport SMQ

H. Asan Airport (SMQ) is a smaller airport based in Sampit, Indonesia. You can fly to 6 destinations with 3 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from H. Asan Airport

6
 

Number of airlines

3
 

Weekly departures

91
 

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

How long does a flight from Stockholm to Doha take, which airport is the busiest and to which terminal will I arrive? Here you can find answers to our most asked questions.

The flight between Semarang (SRG) and Sampit (SMQ) typically takes about 1 hour and 35 minutes.
There are 4 direct flights between Semarang and Sampit every week.
The flight number is IN240 and it's operated by Nam Air.
ATR 72/42 flies this route operated by Nam Air.
Nam Air have non-stop flights to Sampit.
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