Bali is one of Indonesia’s priority holiday destinations. Local and interlocal tourist visits have gradually increased. This is supported by the lower prices for Jakarta-Bali flight tickets this weekend.
Quoting from the Tiket.com application, some airlines set various prices for these three favorite destinations. For example, the Jakarta-Bali route departs Saturday (14/1), and ticket prices range from IDR 700,000 to IDR 1.9 million for economy class.
The airline that provides the cheapest fares is Trans Nusa, this airline provides one-way ticket prices for the next day for only IDR 708,900. Meanwhile, Super AirJet sets a one-way price of IDR 712,700 thousand with flight schedules tomorrow.
Lion Air, on the other hand, charges Rp. 730,600 for an airplane ticket. State-owned airlines such as Citilink fixes a Jakarta-Bali ticket price of Rp. 778,566 and its parent company, Garuda Indonesia, charges Rp. 1.879 million for one way.
The flight tickets for this plane is much cheaper than the ticket price during the Christmas and New Year 2023 holidays, which cost an average of IDR 3 million for one trip.
Meanwhile, for the Jakarta-Surabaya route, ticket prices are set at IDR 656 thousand to the most expensive IDR 2.7 million. Switching to the Jakarta-Medan route, ticket prices range from IDR 935 thousand to IDR 3.1 million.
Then, for the Jakarta-Surabaya route, ticket prices go on sale from IDR 656 thousand to the most expensive IDR 2.7 million. As for the Jakarta-Medan route, ticket prices are set at Rp. 953 thousand to Rp. 3.3 million one way.
Previously, the Minister of Transportation (Menhub) Budi Karya Sumadi asked airline companies not to charge high fares. He said that his party through the Directorate of Civil Aviation had provided directives via letter regarding this matter.
“Regarding ticket prices. The Director General has given a letter not to charge high rates,” he said at Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta airport, Friday (23/12/2022).
Budi Karya requested that airline companies be able to reach all regions to serve people who use air transport during the 2022 Christmas and 2023 New Year (Nataru) holiday periods.