Syamsudin Noor Airport (IATA: BDJ, ICAO: WAOO) is an airport serving Banjarmasin in South Kalimantan, Indonesia. It is 10 kilometres south-west of Banjarbaru and 25 kilometres south-east of Banjarmasin, the largest city in Kalimantan. The airport has two distinctive aprons: One in front of the terminal capable of handling four medium-size planes and one on the terminal's left capable of serving four Boeing 767s. Historically, Boeing 767 was the first wide-body aircraft to land in this airport in 2004.
In early 2013, the airport serves 5.5 million passengers, while the capacity is only for 4 million. The authority has allocated Rp.2.1 trillion ($2.2 billion) to develop the airport and predicted it will be finished in end of 2014. In August 2012, about 58 hectares of 102 hectares (57%) of the land needed for an expansion had been acquired.
During the hajj season, Syamsudin Noor Airport serves pilgrims from the region for a direct flight to Jeddah with a short stopover at Batam. A hajj terminal was built to coordinate pilgrims. In 2010 it was the busiest hajj airport in Indonesia with the greatest number of hajj travelers.