Category: Airstrips



Sinak is located at the eastern end of the Freeway, in a side valley to the south a few miles from Mulia airstrip. It’s a fairly popular destination from all four of the major Papuan airports (Nabire, Timika, Sentani and...



Situated in a natural bowl, on the southern side of the Puncak mountain ranges, Jila is a nice introduction to flying in Papua. It’s sealed surface offers better braking action than a grass or dirt airstrip and the gentle up-slope...



Sitting on Papua’s high plateau at 8700ft, Agadugume is one of the highest airstrips on the New Guinea island. At that sort of altitude, even the mighty Pilatus PC-6 starts to notice a performance drop-off, most notably on the departure....