Lion Air moves its Jakarta-Bali flights to Terminal 3 in Jakarta, effective 30 May 2012.
Indonesia’s most popular airline, Lion Air, is about to spread its wings even further.
Effective Wednesday 30 May 2012, all Lion Air flights between Jakarta and Denpasar (Bali) will use Terminal 3 in Jakarta. This includes all flights to the five other cities listed above (on the islands of Flores, Sumba and Sumbawa) because passengers travel via Bali.
Terminal 3 is Jakarta Airport’s new low-cost carrier terminal, also used by budget airline Air Asia.
Lion Air will probably have special arrangements for passengers transiting Jakarta (e.g. travelling from Medan to Denpasar via Jakarta), and connecting to a flight in a different terminal. If not, changing terminals is not difficult.
To conclude, here is a guide to which Lion Air flights use which terminal in Jakarta:
|3||Denpasar (Bali), Bima, Ende, Labuan Bajo, Maumere, Tambolaka|
|1B||All of Sumatra (e.g. Medan, Padang), Batam and Palangkaraya|
|1A||Other domestic flights e.g. Yogyakarta, Lombok, Manado|
|2D||International flights e.g. Singapore, Kuala Lumpur|
Confused or have a question? Please ask it in the comment field below.
To whom it may concern,
I arrive in Jakarta on 01/09/13 at 15.15 on Qatar Airlines. I assume i arrive at terminal 2.
On Arriving, I then need to catch a flight to Denpasar.
I was hoping you could advise me on the best way to do this, i.e airlines and flight times.
I am unsure how long it would take to get through immigration and then possibly to a different terminal.
Miss Elaine Maxwell
Hi Miss Maxwell,
Our guide to transiting and changing terminals in Jakarta recommends a minimum of 3 hours between international arrival and domestic departure times.
If you would like a quote, please fill in the enquiry form here.
For next time, please note that Qatar Airways does fly to Denpasar too.
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