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Flight information Bali (Denpasar) to Jakarta
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average flight time from Bali (Denpasar) to Jakarta, total distance 968 kilometres
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Soekarno-Hatta and Halim Perdana Kusuma
Which airlines fly from Bali to Jakarta?
Indonesia AirAsia, Lion, Sriwijaya Air, Citilink Indonesia, and Garuda Indonesia offer direct flights from Bali to Jakarta.
Is there a time difference between Bali and Jakarta?
Jakarta is 1 hour behind Bali.
What is the weather like in Jakarta?
Jakarta has two seasons: wet and dry. January to April, and November are the wettest months, and June through to September is the driest period. You can expect temperatures to average 23-30°C.
How expensive is Jakarta?
Local currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR).
Jakarta is much more expensive than Bali, but still much cheaper than Australia.
For 33,000IDR ($3.30) you can take a break from touring and sit with a cappuccino.
Essential travel information for Jakarta
- Australian citizens need a passport to visit Jakarta.
- Australians can stay in Indonesia for 30 days without a visa.
Departing from Bali
The Denpasar Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS) is the only airport operating commercial flights from Bali. You can access ATMS, plus foreign exchange services if you still need to change over some cash. WiFi is also available, along with duty-free shopping, and a number of restaurants and fast-food joints.
You can walk the distance between the two terminals.
Passengers who are not Indonesian nationals should bring a passport with them to fly between Bali and Jakarta.
Leave at least 1 hour to check in and passing through security checks before your flight.
Arriving in Jakarta
Jakarta is served by the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK), and you’ll find that this is the busiest airport in Indonesia. There is a good list of amenities here too, such as information desk, duty-free outlets, restaurants, bars, snack booths, payphones, cash machines, free WiFi, and executive lounges.
There is a free shuttle service linking the three terminals that make up the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
Hopping into a taxi from the airport, you should make it to the city centre in about 30-45 minutes and it should cost 200,000IDR ($20). Public transport comes in the way of buses, but you can also book private airport transfers that may prove to be a little more convenient.
Car rentals are available at the airport, but usually you will get a cheaper deal by booking your vehicle online.
Please note that the information provided above is accurate as of June 2017
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 15 days.