Sepinggan International Airport (BPN) Balikpapan is the main airport on Kalimantan, the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo. The airport is situated around five kilometers east of the city of Balikpapan.The airport underwent a major overhaul that was completed in 1997 and it now welcomes domestic air traffic from a number of Indonesian cities. Flights to Sepinggan International Airport (BPN) Balikpapan originate all over the island nation including Makassar, Surabaya, Palu, Yogyakarta, and the capital Jakarta. There are also direct flights between the island and Singapore, and Kota Baru on the Malaysian peninsula.Airlines offering flights to Sepinggan International Airport (BPN) Balikpapan include Silk Air, Garuda Indonesia, Mandala Airlines, Sriwijaya Air, and Wings Air.Ground transportation options include taxis and public buses which serve the airport. Taxi fares should be agreed on before departing the terminal building. Bus services connect passengers with the central bus station in Balikpapan as well as to a number of other towns in the surrounding area.Facilities at the airport are limited but generally well-maintained. There is no hotel located on site at Sepinggan International Airport (BPN) Balikpapan, however, with ground transfer times to Balikpapan so short, visitors with early morning flights should not be inconvenienced.