Pattimura Airport is an airport in Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia (IATA: AMQ, ICAO: WAPP) and one of the major airports in the country. The airport was named after Pattimura, an Indonesian national hero who fought against the Dutch in 1816.
This airport is located 36 kilometers from the city of Ambon. The airport has an immigration office, a quarantine facility, a tax office, a cargo storage building, several small restaurants, public pay phones, and a post office. Free wi-fi internet is available throughout the airport facility. There are multiple ATM's available outside the terminal building near the Damri bus waiting place. The banks that have ATM's at the Ambon airport include: Bank Mandiri, Bank BNI, Bank BRI, Bank Maluku and Bank BCA.
The international terminal is 1,200 sq m (gates C & D) and has an annual capacity of 70,000 passengers. The domestic terminal is 7,393 sq m (gates A & B) and has an annual capacity of 406,000 passengers. Currently there are no regularly scheduled international flights to or from Ambon, so the international terminal is used for domestic flights with that come in with larger airplanes and can make use of the 2 jet bridges for easier loading and unloading of the airplanes - especially when it is raining. The cargo terminal is 1,192 sq m. The outside parking area is 8,574 sq m.