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Banyuwangi

(bän'yo͞owäng`ē), city (1980 pop. 90,378), E Java, Indonesia, opposite Bali on Bali Strait. It is a railroad terminus and the seaport for shipment of passengers and goods to Bali. It is also spelled Banjuwangi or Banjoewangi.
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The following airports have been affected by the eruption of the volcano: Ngurah Rai International Airport (Bali), Lombok International Airport, Selaparang Airport (West Nusa Tengerra), Blimbinsari Airport, Banyuwangi and Notohadinegro Airport (Jember, East Java), Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport (Malang) and Juanda Airport (Surabaya).
The latest eruptions forced the closure of airports in Lombok, Bali, Jember and Banyuwangi, the last of which remained out of service on Sunday.
The four other affected airports are the International Airport in Lombok, Selaparang Airport also in Lombok, Blimbingsari Airport in Banyuwangi, East Java and Notohadinegoro Airport in Jember, East Java.
Trans Java toll road when fully operational would link Merak in Banten and Banyuwangi in East Java.
existing Dragonfly Biotic Index (DBI) to for monitoring of water sources Kalongan region, Banyuwangi.
Garuda will operate the ATR 72-600 with a single class cabin (All Economy) configuration with a seat capacity for 70 passengers to serve flights flying out of its hubs or spokes, such as from Denpasar, Makassar, and Ambon to Labuan Bajo, Tambolaka, and Ende in East Nusa Tenggara, Bima in West Nusa Tenggara, Banyuwangi and Jember in East Java, Bau-bau and Wangi-wangi in Southeast Sulawesi, Luwuk (Central Sulawesi), Mamuju (West Sulawesi), Poso (Central Sulawesi), Kaimana (Papua), and Tual / Langgur (Maluku).
With support from the local government in Jakarta, pilot production will begin at PT Lundin Industry in Banyuwangi, East Java, next month, after which additional production facilities are planned for Jakarta.
It began services to Surabaya, Banyuwangi and Denpasar using a Cessna Grand Caravan in December 2010.
Sorcery, Modernity and Social Transformation in Banyuwangi, East Java.
Police traced the sender of the messages and found the young ''terrorist'' sleeping in his house in Banyuwangi in East Java Province.
The press reported that in May 2006 the Banyuwangi, East Java regional legislature voted to oust Banyuwangi's Regent, Ratna Ani Lestari, from office.
An especial merit of the book is the attention paid to the intensely regional and nowadays partly mercantilized character of this, the most spectacular of Javanese aesthetic accomplishments, touching, inter alia, upon the production of the masked dances of Cirebon and love dances from Banyuwangi as instancing a commercial imperative.