3 Is No Crowd For Air Asia

Last updated: November 16, 2011
Jakarta Airport Terminal 3 logo

Air Asia moves its international flights at Jakarta Airport to Terminal 3.

Starting Thursday 17 November 2011, Air Asia’s international flights will use the same terminal as its domestic flights: the low-cost carrier Terminal 3.


Previously, Air Asia’s domestic flights used to share Terminal 3 with the now defunct Mandala Air, while its international operations (like other airlines) used Terminal 2. Terminal 3 was therefore under-utilised; Terminals 1 and 2, by contrast, have a reputation for being overcrowded.

It will now be easier for Air Asia passengers to transit Jakarta Airport, as they will no longer need to change terminals. On the downside, passengers will now have to walk along the tarmac and up stairs, instead of along an airbridge.

Air Asia has a growing network of domestic and international destinations.

AirAsia Jakarta Destination Flight Map

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It flies direct from Jakarta to:

Denpasar, Bali
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Penang, Malaysia
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Bangkok, Thailand
Phuket, Thailand
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Air Asia Flight TransferIn addition, with Air Asia’s new “fly through” transit procedures in Kuala Lumpur, passengers can now purchase tickets to more distant destinations on the one booking. The cities are listed here, and include some very cheap flights between Indonesia and Europe.

To book Air Asia flights from Jakarta (or another city in Indonesia), please click here.

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