(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.
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.
The initial capital of 800 guilders was provided by a transmigration committee established by PBI members in the hope that it might be able to recruit people from the boarding houses onto land it had acquired at Banyuwangi in East Java.