|Location||North Luwu Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia|
|Elevation AMSL||1,147 m / 3,763 ft|
The runway is usable by CASA C-212 aircraft. It serves around 1,300 to 1,500 aircraft annually.
There was already a grass airstrip at Seko in 1984, being used by missionaries. It was paved in 1997, and pioneer air service began from Andi Jemma Airport at Masamba in 1999. Service with the 20-seat C-212 aircraft began in 2006, with flights to Poso and Palu. Current plans are to extend the airport runway to 1,900 meters to enable ATR 72 aircraft to use the airport.
|Susi Air||Ampana, Masamba, Palu, Toraja|
It is also served by a pioneer cargo route to Masamba.
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