Bali Aviation Update

The Bali Provincial Tourism Service, on Thursday, 12 January 2023, reviewed the latest data on the number of international airlines and air routes operating into Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport. 

As reported by, the number of new international air services operating to Bali has grown steadily since Indonesia reopened its border to foreign travelers.

As Lower Domestic Air Fare Return, Bali Now Connected to 23 International Destinations by 29 Airlines.

Through 12 January 2023, a total of 29 airlines operate internationally to and from Bali:

  • AirAsia Berhad
  • Cebu Pacific
  • Citilink Indonesia
  • Emirates
  • Garuda Indonesia
  • Indonesia AirAsia
  • Jetstar Airways
  • Jetstar Asia Airways
  • KLM Royal Dutch
  • Korean Air
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Malindo Air
  • Batik Air Malaysia
  • Philippine Airlines
  • Qantas Airways
  • Qatar Airways
  • Scoot Tigerair
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Thai AirAsia
  • Thai Airways
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Vietjet Air
  • Virgin Australia
  • Philippines Air Asia
  • China Airlines
  • Eva Air
  • Air Asia X
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Batik Air (Indonesia)

These airlines serve 23 international destinations that include:

  • Perth, Western Australia 
  • Sydney, NSW
  • Melbourne, Victoria
  • Brisbane, Queensland
  • Darwin, Northern Territory
  • Adelaide, South Australia
  • Cairns, Queensland
  • Dilli (Timor-Leste)
  • Singapore
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Manila
  • Suvarnabhumi (Bangkok)
  • Don Muang (Bangkok)
  • Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam)
  • Hanoi (Vietnam)
  • Taipei (Taiwan)
  • Narita (Japan)
  • Incheon (South Korea)
  • Dubai (UEA)
  • Doha (Qatar)
  • Istanbul (Turkey)
  • Penang (Malaysia)
  • Hongkong, SAR (PRC)

Domestic Airfares Now More Affordable. reports that some domestic airfares are declining, with the cost of traveling three domestic routes now available at lower prices.

The Indonesian Minister of Tourism and the Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno, said that many airlines now post lower prices than just several months ago. “This is in keeping with lower aviation fuel costs,” commented Sandiaga in an Instagram post on Thursday, 12 January 2023.

The Minister said he hoped the lower air ticket prices would incentivize the public to take a holiday in Indonesia. In turn, more Indonesian holidays, he said, would help restore the tourism economy and create employment opportunities. 

The Minister announced that an air ticket from Jakarta to Bali could be purchased for Rp. 700,000 – down from the previous price of between Rp. 1.3 to Rp. 3.3. million. 

Meanwhile, an air ticket from Jakarta to Surabaya costs Rp. 600,000 representing a significant price reduction from the old level of around Rp. 1 million. Tickets one way from Jakarta to Yogyakarta can be purchased for Rp. 400,000 – much less than the previous price level of Rp. 800,000 to Rp. 1 million.