The world is reopening to travel again, so to help you make plans, here is the complete lists of international airlines currently flying into Indonesia.
After countless days of staying home and limiting our interaction with the outside world, there’s finally the chance to travel the globe again. Under new health protocols, the aviation industry is gearing up to provide safe ways for us to cure our travel bug.
Here is the complete list of international airlines currently flying into Indonesia’s main hub, Soekarno Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.
Turkish Airlines, which flies to the most countries in the world, is among the first few international flights landing in Indonesia in these unprecedented times. With two flights per week, travellers are now able to fly with comfort and enjoy the many five-star perks on board.
From the gulf region, big name airlines such as Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airlines are providing flights for passengers in Indonesia. Emirates is flying three times a week from Dubai, whereas Etihad is flying daily from Abu Dhabi. Meanwhile, Qatar Airlines is increasing its flights to 11 times a week from Doha, and is also flying daily into Bali.
Asian carriers are also flying, with EVA Air, China Airlines, Singapore Airlines, ANA, Japan Airlines, Philippines Airlines, Asiana Airlines and Malaysian Airlines all having resumed their services to the capital city of Indonesia since early June.
Garuda Indonesia, the country’s national carrier, is also flying internationally to limited destinations, including Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Haneda, Osaka, Seoul, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Amsterdam.