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Anduki Airfield

Anduki Airfield (ICAO: WBAK) is an airport in Seria, a town in Belait District of Brunei. It is operated by Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP), which uses Sikorsky S-92 helicopters in support of offshore oil platforms. BSP replaced the grass airstrip with a sealed instrument runway in 2008. Future upgrades include the addition of runway lighting and an enhanced instrument approach procedure.

Anduki Airfield
  • IATA: none
Operator Brunei Shell Petroleum
Location Seria, Belait District, Brunei
Elevation AMSL 7 ft / 2 m
Coordinates 04°38′12″N

Anduki Airfield

Location in Brunei

Direction Length Surface
m ft
05/23 820 2,690 Asphalt
Sources: ICAO code, location, elevation, name, operator, coordinates


The airport was opened in 1951, when a Supermarine Sea Otter owned by British Malaysian Petroleum (now BSP) was the first airplane to land at the Anduki Aerodrome.

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