Cheap flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta
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As Indonesia’s capital city, Jakarta crackles with excitement and activity. Ten million residents and five million annual tourists only add to that energy. Located on the island of Java’s northwest coast, Jakarta provides a higher standard of living than most Indonesian cities and is the physical embodiment of a modern day melting pot for locals and visitors. Traveling to Yogykarta is a common pastime, and almost 300 flights make the route from Jakarta on a weekly basis. Many of these flights are nonstop options that are not only quick but incredibly cheap compared to other locations. Lion, Indonesia AsiaAir, Citilink Indonesia, Swirijaya Air, Batik Air, and Garuda Indonesia are among the most popular airlines for the route. Regardless of which airline you prefer, Skyscanner can help you plan the most affordable excursion.
Departing from Jakarta
There are 230 airports in Indonesia, but Jakarta uses two specific airports:
Halim Perdana Kusuma Airport (HLP) is the overflow airport for Soekarno-Hatta Airport. It handles the needs of over 5.6 million passengers annually. Most of these passengers are on scheduled domestic flights. HLP is also used for private, presidential, and military flight needs. HLP is a permanent hub for Citilink, Batik Air, My Indo Airlines, Pelita Air Service, and Susi Air.
Soekarno-Hatta Airport (CGK) is the main airport of Jakarta. Located 20 km north of central Jakarta, CGK handles the needs of almost 59 million passengers annually. GGK is a hub for Batik Air, Cardig Air, Citilink, Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, Lion Air, Nam Air, and Sriwijaya Air.
Soekarno-Hatta is a large airport with three terminals and several sub-terminals that can be accessed via shuttles if you prefer not to walk. T1 is used primarily for domestic flights and T3 is still being completed. Free WIFI is available for all visitors. Children’s play areas, prayer rooms, and spa and salon services in T1 can help the time go faster. CGK also has a golf course, a smoking garden in Terminal 1A, and reading corners in waiting rooms in Terminal 2D, 2E and 2F.
Arriving at Yogyakarta
Located 6 km from the city centre, Adisutjipto International Airport (JOG) is the primary airport of Yogyakarta and the fourth busiest airport in Java. JOG is a clean, modern airport that handles the needs of 7.2 million passengers annually via two terminals–A and B or Domestic and International. Compared to CGK, there are no bells or whistles here. Shopping and dining options are landside amenities are scarce. A handful of local hotels offers free shuttle service upon request and car rentals are also available.
Travel Tips from Jakarta to Yogyakarta
Jakarta may seem flashy and extravagant compared to Yogyakarta, and it’s meant to. Yogyakarta is known for its centre of education, culture, and classical Javanese fine art. There is no time difference between the two cities, so jet lag shouldn’t be a problem. Be sure to make a plan of attack to see and experience as much as possible in Yogyakarta. And always keep Skyscanner’s app updated on your favorite mobile device to access tips and deals along the way.
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