Free Travel Guide for Bali

Flights: Finding The Best Fares

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Departing from Australia, United States of America and United Kingdom, there are numerous options to get to Bali at a reasonable fare.

Departing from Australia

Direct flight to Bali exists from several Australian cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin and Perth).

The best prices for a return flight without stopover are often offered by the Australian low cost airline Jetstar or the Asian low cost airline AirAsia. These companies are regularly making special sales. Watch them closely!

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Departing from the USA

No direct flight to Bali exists. You will have at least one stopover.

Regarding the flights with one stopover departing from San Francisco, it is generally cheaper to fly using Singapore Airlines (via Singapore) or China Southern (via Guangzhou).

For those departing from Los Angeles, the most economic flight with one stopover is generally offered by Korean Air (via Seoul) or China Southern (via Guangzhou).

Regarding the flights with one stopover departing from New York, it is, likewise, generally cheaper to fly with China Southern (via Guangzhou), Emirates (via Dubai) or Qatar Airways (via Doha).

On board services from the Gulf companies are usually excellent and you will regularly find special sales to buy your tickets at the best fare.

A cheaper alternative with two stopovers is often possible, but will however be a tiring option.

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Departing from the UK

No direct flight from London to Bali exists. You will have at least one stopover.

The best prices for a return flight with one stopover are often offered by Malaysia Airlines (via Kuala Lumpur) or Singapore Airlines (via Singapore).

A cheaper alternative with two stopovers is often possible, but will however be a tiring option.

Click here to check the current best available prices.

General recommendations

We advise you to be especially careful when it comes to the choice of the airline that will bring you to Bali.

The vast majority of Indonesian airlines are on the black list (in other words, they are subject to a ban from operating within the European Union since their security policy is judged insufficient).

As of December 10th, 2015 the following airlines are not part of that list: Garuda Indonesia, AirAsia Indonesia, Airfast Indonesia and Ekspres Transportasi Antarbenua.

Consult the list of airlines which are banned from operating before buying your plane tickets. This list is regularly updated.

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