Hire a private jet to Indonesia

Indonesia is a country in South East Asia. Known for its tropical climate Indonesia is located along the equator so there are neither extreme summers nor winters but rather dry and wet seasons. Its climate helps for extreme biodiversity which makes Indonesia like many others a highly diverse and interesting country.

The beautiful sights, islands and cosmopolitan cities definitely make your stay in Indonesia worth it, and whilst you book your stay in beautiful resorts you can also book your private jet with LunaJets. Whether it is for a business trip or for pleasure, LunaJets will advise you on the best aircraft and airports closest to your destination.

How can you hire a private jet in Indonesia?

At LunaJets, we stand to our pillars; simple, fast and reliable and will ensure the best travel for you and your loved ones. With our long-standing history and being the market leader in this sector, we have an extensive fleet of 4800 aircraft to choose from. Moreover, we will adapt to any of your needs, be it a cargo charter a group charter or a last-minute charter.

We invite you to download our new LunaJets App and follow the steps for your dream charter.

The advantages of the App are:

  • Book a flight anytime and anywhere

  • Store manage and retrieve documents

  • You will have geolocation with directions to the respective airports

  • Compare all the pricing options online

  • Compare the jets and their features

  • Maintain informed thanks to live updates

If you prefer contacting us the old-school way, call any of our aviation advisors today and get the best private jet charter option.

We can allocate all your needs, whether you need any fragile diving equipment or want to bring your pets with you, LunaJets has you covered.

What are the best cities to visit by private jet in Indonesia

Indonesia being a large country has a variety of islands and 683 airports to land on. This is why travelling with LunaJets will make your trip to all the regions worth it.


Skyview over Jakarta
Visit Jakarta

Being the capital city of Indonesia and a major economic hub in the region, it is no secret that many business and leisure travellers choose this tropical city as their destination. The city offers a lot of cultural sights, endless dining options and luxurious shopping. It is also a destination for business travellers who want to invest in this beautiful country or are looking into trade business.

If you go to Jakarta housing options are endless but one of the most breathtaking hotels is the Ritz Carlton Jakarta Palace. Located in the heart of downtown with direct access to the Indonesian Stock Exchange and the biggest ballroom in Jakarta, the Ritz is not short on any amenities. You can go for coffee at the world-famous Raffles Hotel and the dining options in this city are endless and will leave you speechless.

Getting there:

Jakarta has two airports Soekarno-Hatta International Aiport (CGK, WIII) and Halim Perdanakusuma International Aiport (HLP, WIIH). The Soekarno airport is the largest and busiest airport in Southeast Asia and is located about 30 km away from the centre of Jakarta making it a 30-minute drive with mild traffic. The Aiport of Halim Perdanakusuma is less congested and only 15 km from the centre of the city.


beautiful sunset in Bali
Travel to Bali

The city of thinks of when thinking about Indonesia is Bali and with a good reason. Being one of the influencer capitals in the world, this popular destination is for anyone who wants to experience authentic Indonesia. The beautiful seethrough waters, volcanic landscapes and forested mountains offer a unique view of the world. Whether you want to go to relax, dive or do some world-class surfing, Bali will offer you an unforgettable experience.

Rent a Villa at the Bvlgari Resort that includes two rooms a dining area a private cinema with a spa treatment room and a 20 metres long swimming pool. Have an aquatic dining experience at the Koral Restaurant with a local menu and use your time to relax on the beaches.

Getting there:

When flying to Bali, you need to land at the Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS, WADD) locally known as Denpasar Airport. It is the second largest airport in Indonesia and is located 13 km south of Denpasar. Ask our business aviation for advice on your upcoming trip to Bali.

What is the best event to reach by private jet?

The Independence Day celebration

flag hoisting independence day
Attend the Independence Day in Indonesia

On the 17 of August Indonesia celebrates its independence day from Dutch colonial rule. The National Palace does its flag hoisting led by the President and Vice President. Besides the solemn ceremonies, the country lights up and there are bike decorating, races and games happening on that day.

Getting there:

Being a nationwide holiday, independence day is celebrated everywhere and it is up to you to choose where you want to spend it. The 5 busiest airports of Indonesia are

No.Airport nameProvinceCity servedIATAICAO
1Soekarno–Hatta International AirportBantenJakartaCGKWIII
2Ngurah Rai International AirportBaliDenpasarDPSWADD
3Juanda International AirportEast JavaSurabayaSUBWARR
4Sultan Hasanuddin International AirportSouth SulawesiMakassarUPGWAAA
5Kualanamu International AirportNorth SumatraMedanKNOWIMM

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any restrictions on flying to Indonesia?

Feel free to ask our aviation advisors for help. As government restrictions often change, at LunaJets we will ensure all of the requirements are met for a successful trip to Indonesia. Just enjoy your flight.

How many hours is the flight time to Indonesia?

Singapore to Bali is about a 3-hour flight time. From Tokyo to Jakarta it is about a 7-hour flight and flight time from London to Jakarta is about 17 hours. LunaJets will organise all the charter flights you need.

Which aircraft does LunaJets have?

LunaJets fleet offers an extensive range of Heavy Jets, Large Jets, Super Midsize Jets and Light jets. No matter your needs and wants, we have just the right aircraft for any need.

When is the best time to visit Indonesia?

Indonesia's dry season stretches from April to October and the best time to visit this magnificent country is July and August as the weather is dry and pleasant.