Cheap flights to Jakarta
Indonesia's capital city is jam-packed full of history, sightseeing and people – in fact, it's the one of the most populated cities in the world. With a colonial past, a mixture of cultures, vibrant markets and delicious street food to savour, Jakarta has a flavour all of its own. If you're tempted to taste-test your way through Indonesia's capital, our cheap flights to Jakarta will make sure you have plenty of rupiah to spare. Student Flights has some of the cheapest Jakarta flights with heaps of international airlines. Plus, if you're a teacher, student or under 26, you can save even more with our amazing Black Market Flights fares.
Flights from Australia to Jakarta disembark at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK), also known as Cengkareng Airport by locals due to its location in Cengkareng, a district in the northwest. Located 20 kilometres from the city centre, the airport is serviced by public buses and taxis.
Direct flights from Australia to Jakarta usually depart from Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne as well as other services from most capital cities. From Sydney to Jakarta, the non-stop flying time is just under 7 hours. Other flights may be longer if they include a stopover, most likely in Australia or Asia. During the flight, airlines will often provide drinks, a hot meal and snacks as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific flight services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Jakarta
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Jakarta:
Jakarta Holiday Packages
To pack the most into your Jakarta holiday, chat to us about bundling your flights, accommodation, tours and travel extras in a package. Our Student Flights travel consultants can help you get amazing deals on a Jakarta holiday package with heaps of bonuses like free hotel nights, complimentary breakfasts and all-inclusive tours.
With back streets to explore, an old town full of colonial influences, massive mosques and antique markets, Jakarta is no slouch in the sightseeing department. You could spend your days whipping around the major landmark, shopping up a storm in mega-malls and hipster boutiques, and sampling the local dishes from hawker stalls. Or you could stop and reflect over a strong cup of java in Old Kota, or duck over to the Thousand Islands for some time out from the big city.
For more info on what's hot in Jakarta, our Jakarta Travel Guide can fill you in on all the details. And, if you need some assistance sorting your Jakarta holiday package with everything you want, call our Student Flights travel consultants for cheap flights, accommodation, tours and advice.
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