Airlines flying to Bali
Whether you’re looking for the most direct route to Bali, or prefer to make some sightseeing stops along the way, these airlines can get you to where you want to go.
Fly nonstop between Australia and Denpasar
Jetstar and Tigerair fly nonstop from Adelaide to Bali. Jetstar offers a daily departure while Tigerair’s afternoon departure operates every day except Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Virgin Australia flies to Bali every day of the week. The airline offers two flights Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Jetstar flies four times a week on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Jetstar’s three weekly flights depart late in the evening every Sunday, Thursday and Friday.
Air Asia and Jetstar fly to Bali from Darwin. Jetstar’s flights depart every Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday. Air Asia flights operate Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
From Port Hedland:
Virgin Australia operates one weekly service to Bali every Saturday afternoon.
From Melbourne: Four airlines provide nonstop service to Bali
- Air Asia X – Every day except Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Garuda Indonesia – The Indonesia airline operates every day except Tuesday and Thursday.
- Jetstar – Two flights on Mondays and Thursdays with a single flight on all other days.
- Tigerair – Flights operate daily to Bali with an early afternoon arrival time.
From Perth: Four airlines fly between Perth and Bali
- Air Asia X – Two or three flights to Bali every day.
- Garuda Indonesia – A daily morning departure arriving in Bali around midday.
- Jetstar – Two daily flights, one morning and one in the afternoon.
- Tigerair – One daily departure in the evening.
From Sydney: Four airlines operate between Sydney and Bali
- Air Asia X – Daily flight except Mondays and Wednesdays
- Garuda Indonesia – Flights operate every day except Wednesdays
- Jetstar – A single daily flight departing every afternoon
- Virgin Australia – Two flights on Fridays and Sundays, one flight all other days
From Townsville: Jetstar flies every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday to Bali
Make the most of your trip with a stop enroute. These airlines depart from Australia and offer Bali connections via the following cities:
- Air Asia X (via Kuala Lumpur)
- Air New Zealand (via Auckland)
- Air Niugini (via Port Moresby)
- Cathay Pacific (via Hong Kong)
- China Airlines (via Taipei)
- China Eastern (via Beijing or Shanghai)
- China Southern (via Guangzhou)
- Eva Air (via Taipei)
- Hainan Airlines (via Beijing)
- Hong Kong Airlines (via Hong Kong)
- Korean Air (via Seoul)
- Malaysia Airlines (via Kuala Lumpur)
- Philippine Airlines (via Manila)
- Silk Air (via Singapore)
- Singapore Airlines (via Singapore)
- Thai Airways (via Bangkok)