Flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta
Flight information Jakarta to Yogyakarta
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Average flight time, total distance 274 miles
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A bustling city in the heart of Indonesia, Jakarta has two major airports, both of which offer direct flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta daily. Air Asia, Lion Air and Sriwjaya fly out of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK). Batik Air and Citilink fly out of Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport (HLP). Fares on each of these airlines are comparable. Travellers looking for cheap flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta should book at least a few weeks in advance to compare rates and schedules.
If you're planning a transfer through Jakarta, make sure to pay close attention to the airport name. The two airports are an hour apart, possibly longer in traffic. Once at the airport, foreign nationals should bring passports for identification and transportation within Indonesia.
One of the busiest airports in the world, Soekarno-Hatta has three large terminals. Most flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta leave from Terminal 1, the domestic terminal. However, some airlines including Sriwjaya and Air Asia use Terminal 2 for domestic flights. The two terminals are across the street from one another. Restaurants in Terminal 1 range from Krispy Kreme to local favorites like Bakmi GM. Terminal 2 food options include a Starbucks and Imperial Kitchen. Both terminals offer duty-free and last-minute shopping, including Drug Store Delta Indo and Ananda Bookstore. Plan to arrive at the airport at least three hours in advance.
Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport has a single passenger terminal and only operates domestic flights. As such, this airport is a good choice for quick cheap flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta although not ideal for international transfers. Dining options range from Starbucks and A&W fast food to Jakartan restaurant Nasi Uduk Kebon Kacang. Convenience shops such as Circle-K and Indomarket offer any last-minute supplies. Plan to arrive at this airport at least two hours in advance.
Adisutjipto International Airport (JOG) has two terminals: Domestic and International. Flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta arrive at the Domestic terminal, but both terminals are within easy walking distance. The domestic terminal has a KFC and a Dunkin Donuts as well as Circle-K and Q-Talk stores. This airport offers access to car hire, taxis, bus and train service to get you to the centre of town.
What is the Weather Like in Yogyakarta?
Like Jakarta, Yogyakarta has a hot, humid climate, and travellers will find minimal difference between the two cities. Due to Yogyakarta's location, weather tends to be somewhat more extreme during the rainy season in January. The hottest month is April with an average of 27 °C.
Prices in Yogyakarta
If you're travelling from Jakarta to Yogyakarta, consider postponing purchases until you arrive here. Yogyakarta is considerably cheaper than Jakarta due to being a much smaller city. Both cities use the Indonesian Rupiah, which travellers can withdraw at an ATM.
Yogyakarta Time Zone
Jakarta and Yogyakarta are in the same time zone, the Western Indonesian Time Zone. Travellers from Jakarta to Yogyakarta won't have to adjust to a different time.
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