Frans Kaisiepo Airport (BIK) is the airport near Biak, Papua, Indonesia. The airport is named after Frans Kaisiepo, the fourth Governor of Papua and is also known by it's old name Mokmer Airport.
Mokmer Airfield was part of a complex of airfields built by the Japanese on Biak Island (Mokmer, Borokoe and Sorido). Mokmer Airfield or as it is now called Frans Kaisiepo Airport is located to the west of Mokmer village on Biak, parallel to the coastline.
The airport is located 7 km south east of the city center of Biak in Papua.
Public transportation is available as well. A shared minibus can get you pretty much anywhere in Biak for a price as low as Rp. 4500.
A taxi into the city would cost around Rp. 100,000.
All prices quoted here were found in July 2017
Frans Kaisiepo International Airport is not a large airport so there are not many flights departing here. There are only a few destinations that you can reach from Frans Kaisiepo International Airport, most of these are operated by Sriwijaya Air. Many people take a flight to Jayapura and transfer to another flight there.