General Info

Most visitors will arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (IATA: DPS) also known as Denpasar International Airport. Despite this misleading name, the airport is actually located in Tuban between Kuta and Jimbaran, roughly 30 mins away from Denpasar.


Ngurah Rai is Indonesia's third-busiest international airport (after Jakarta and Surabaya) and a major hub well-connected to Australia, South-East Asia, and the rest of Indonesia.

Airport Code

Bali (Denpasar) IATA airport code is DPS and ICAO code is WADD. Bali (Denpasar) Airport is operated by: PT Angkasa Pura I


The Domestic Terminal is located in the old building, while the International Terminal is located in the L shaped terminal. The airport has 17 gates: 3 in the Domestic Terminal, and 14 in the International Terminal. The Domestic Terminal has 35 check in counters, and 2 baggage carousels.


Available Airline Operate at Ngurah Rai International Airport

International Flight
A number of International airlines serve this airport including several LCC (low cost or budget carriers)

AirAsia: From Kuala Lumpur (operated by (AK) AirAsia Malaysia and (QZ) Indonesia AIrAsia), Singapore, Perth, Darwin (operated by (QZ) Indonesia AIrAsia), Bangkok (operated by (FD) Thai AirAsia)
Cathay Pacific: From Hong Kong
China Airlines: (code share Garuda Airlines) from Taipei
Eva Air: From Taipei-Taoyuan
Garuda Indonesia: The major national carrier serving Indonesia from Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Nagoya-Centair, Osaka-Kansai, Perth, Seoul-Incheon
Hong Kong Express Airways:  from Hong Kong
Jetstar: From Australia-Brisbane, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, New Zealand
Jetstar Asia: (code share Qantas Airlines, operated by Valuair) from Singapore
KLM: From Amsterdam (via Singapore may be operated by Singapore Airlines or Garuda on the SIN-DPS sector, Amsterdam via Kuala Lumpur (via Kuala Lumpur may be operated by Malaysian Airlines on the KUL-DPS sector)
Korean Airlines: (code share Garuda Airlines) from Seoul (Incheon)
Malaysia Airlines: (code share Garuda Airlines, KLM) from Kuala Lumpur
Qantas Airlines: (operated by Jetstar, Jetstar Asia and Valuair) from Singapore, Australia, New Zealand
Qatar Airways: from Doha and Singapore
Shanghai Airlines: from Shanghai
Singapore Airlines: from Singapore
SkyWest:  from Port Headland Australia
Strategic Aviation: from Australia-Brisbane, Perth, Port Hedland, Townsville (begins 3 Dec 2010)
Thai Airways International:  from Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi
Transaero:  from Moscow-Domodedovo
Valuair:  (operated by Jetstar Asia) from Singapore
Uni Air: (charter flights) from Kaohsiung
Virgin Blue:  (operated by Pacific Blue) from Australia-Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney International arrivals procedures


Domestic Flight

Available Airline Operate for Domestic flight

Batavia: from Balikpapan, Ende, Jakarta, Kupang, Labuanbajo, Maumere, Surabaya, Waingapu
Citilink: (operated by Garuda Airlines) from Jakarta
Garuda Indonesia:  from Jakarta, Mataram, Surabaya, Ujung Pandang (Makassar), Yogyakarta
Indonesia Air Asia: from Bandung, Jakarta
Lion Air: from Jakarta, Jogyakarta (Yogyakarta), Menado, Ujung Pandang (Makassar), Surabaya
Mandala Airlines: from Jakarta, Surabaya and Yogyakarta
Merpati Nusantara Airlines: from Bandung, Bima, Ende. Jakarta, Kupang, Lauanbajo, Mataram, Maumere, Surabaya, Tambolaka, Waingapu
Sriwijaya Air: from Jakarta
Travira Air Charter: Benete/Sumbawa
Trans Nusa:  from Bima, Ende, Kupang, Labuanbajo, Mataram, Ruteng, Sumbawa, Tambolaka
Wings Air (code share Lion AIr) Bima, Kupang, Labuhanbajo, Mataram, Maumere, Semarang, Surabaya, Tambolaka



International Arrivals Procedures

All passports must be valid for a minimum of six months from the date of entry into Indonesia and have at least two blank pages available for stamps.


There are three ways of entering Indonesia:


Visa on arrival. Pay on arrival, get a visa in your passport, get it stamped. Most visitors fall in this category.


Visa in advance. Obtain a visa at an Indonesian embassy before arrival.

Visa waiver. Show your passport, get stamped, that's it. Applies only to a few select, mostly ASEAN countries.

Visitors arriving in Bali by air from a point of origin outside Indonesia will be clearing customs and immigration at Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport may require the purchase of a visa on arrival (VOA). As of January 2010, the only type of visa on arrival available is US$25.00 for 30 days. This may be extended later at the local Immigration office for a further once only period of up to 30 days. (The previous 7 day visa on arrival is no longer available). Exact change in dollars is recommended, although a selection of other major currencies including rupiah are accepted, and any change will usually be given in rupiah. Credit cards are accepted in Bali (but don't count on the service working). See the main Indonesia article for more details.



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