In the capital city, Jakarta, the main international Soekarno-Hatta Airport could be below sea level as soon as 2030, with outlying districts turned into lakes, says Singapore’s Straits Times, quoting a report from Maplecroft’s Climate Change Vulnerability Index.
According to Google Earth, the airport is 20-30 feet above sea level. Wikipedia has it at 32 feet. The BBC claim would require 1-2 feet of sea level rise per year until 2030.
h/t to Marc Morano