The Ministry of Transport in Indonesia is planning to operate 12 new airports in the country in 2013 in support of the government’s Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesian Economic Development. The new airports are Kuala Namu in North Sumatra; Muara Bungo in Jambi; Pekon Serai in West Lampung; Bawean in East Java; Bone in South Sulawesi; Sumarorong Mamasa in West Sulawesi; Kufar Seram Timur in Maluku; Saumlaki Baru and Tual Baru in Maluku; Waisai Raja Ampat in West Papua; along with Kamanap Baru Serui and Waghete Baru in Papua. In 2014 and 2015, the government plans to operate nine airports in eastern Indonesia and three airports in western Indonesia. These airports are located at Samarinda in East Kalimantan and in Kertajati, Majalengka of West Java provinces. Further, the government will also expand the country’s existing airports, apart from restructuring those that are currently managed by the defence forces.