Terminals in Jakarta Airport

Jakarta Airport is the main international airport serving the city of Jakarta, located in the island of Java (Indonesia).

The airport began to serve domestic operations in 1985. It was opened as a replacement to Kemayoran Airport due to its overcapacity and old facilities, which used to be the official airport of Jakarta since 1940 to the opening of Soekarno – Hatta International Airport.

In 1991, Jakarta Airport was expanded in order to replace Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport, which served international flights since then. Nowadays is just served for VIP, private, charter flights and domestic flights as a secondary commercial airport to lessen the congestion in Soekarno – Hatta International Airport.

Jakarta Airport has undergone several expansions and upgrading. Nowadays, it counts with three passenger terminals and by 2022 it is expected that the fourth terminal will be fully operative. Additionally, there is a seasonal Hajj Terminal for special charters during Hajj season to Jeddah.

Transfer between terminals

You can transfer between terminals by a free shuttle bus (every 10 minutes) and the Soetta Sky Train.

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is the oldest terminal and is used only for domestic flights. In this terminal, you can also find the freight terminal. Terminal 1 is composed by 3 semi-circular sub-terminals (1A, 1B and 1C) and is served by the following carriers: Lion Air, Xpress Air, Batik Air and Citilink, among other domestic airlines.

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Terminal 2

Before the opening of Terminal 3 it used to serve all international flights, now serves only domestic flights. The terminal building structure and distribution is similar to Terminal 1: Find 3 sub-terminals; 2D, 2E and 2F, serving the following airlines: Lion Air, Batik Air, Air Asia NAM Air, Sriwijaya Air and Indonesia Air Asia domestic flights.

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Terminal 3

Terminal 3 just serves all international flights except for the budget carriers. It is operative since 2016 and is also called Terminal 3 Ultimate. It is a four level building and is home of Garuda Indonesia domestic and international flights.

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Terminal 4

Terminal 4 is still under development. It is planned to be located in the north side of Jakarta Airport. It is expected to be operational by 2022.