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Cons: 1. The crew from Abu Dhabi to Belgrade was appalling. As we touched down at Belgrade Tesla airport, and were still taxiing, many passengers stood up, opened up the overhead compartments, took out their carry-on bags (some were pretty big hard top) and left it on the aisle. The overhead compartment doors were left open and once or twice the crew at the back murmured them to sit on their seats and strap themselves. But neither did the crew come up to severely reprimand them nor did the passengers seem to care. IT WAS THE MOST SHOCKING EXPERIENCE in my over 25 years of flying. Terrible service on part of Etihad Crew. 2. We'd just an hour's transit in Abu Dhabi airport and there were numerous passengers still trying to disembark from the Kochi-Abu Dhabi flight, pass through security checks, walk quite a distance to the gate and then get on to the bus to board the aircraft. Strangely there was no Etihad personnel helping us to navigate through this absolute chaos. Many people, young and old, were literally running with their bags. Some of us yelled that we'd a short connection and then one of the ground staff tried to make way for us to navigate through the huge queues waiting for security. This process could've been managed infinitely better. Just imagine if there were elderly passengers or little children? 3. Food was terrible. I'm a vegetarian and usually Asian vegetarian is reasonably good. In this case the rice was poorly cooked (grainy), lacked any variety (anybody who's familiar with Asian food can assure you that there're amazingly tasty and healthy vegetarian dishes that can be prepared - if Etihad needs help they're welcome to contact me). I'm surprised by all this. Try Emirates and one can see the quality of the food. 4. We'd to collect our boarding passes at Belgrade airport. We've a carte de legitimation (CDL) residence card for Switzerland but it seemed obvious that the ground staff at Belgrade have no clue what a Swiss CDL looks like. My wife who's a South African national cannot obviously enter Switzerland without a visa but the CDL is a legitimate document and that should have been it. Further we'd been checked in from Kochi to Zurich (and our bags had been checked through to ZRH). It's obvious that Belgrade staff are poorly trained and it caused unnecessary waiting time (nearly 30 minutes) and senior staff had to be summoned to clarify. I'm terribly disappointed with the overall service of Etihad. I'll never fly through Belgrade for sure. It's horrible and the travel desk were not particularly helpful. In fact I'm considering never to fly Etihad again.
Pros: No problem
Cons: Service can b warmer Practically no entertainment, just a common screen
Pros: Super crew. Boarding full plane very efficient. Airbus A320 inadequte to serve great meal to full plane. Gangway too narrow. Big struggle for cabin crew. Captain message hrd to hear. On time. Good landing. Entertainment bad flip down screens not good enough.
Cons: See above. Aircraft not ok for busy sector. Eg A330 required
Pros: Service with a smile. Great manners.
Cons: Nothing. Great crew, food, flight.
Pros: The cabin crew were very friendly, organised and polite
Cons: The layover at Brunei airport was a little boring as there's not much to do for three hours.
Pros: Boarding time was fast, very efficient, food was excellent - much better than the previous flight! Great entertainment
Pros: Still an affordable choice to fly from Brunei direct to Australia.
Cons: Space between rows is small. When the passenger in front recline the chair, it gets very close to the passenger sitting behind. The TV screen has no angle adjust - problem when the passenger in front recline the chair. Cover for toilet seat does not stay when opened - keep falling on the user. Food was disappointing. Served rather late. Need more enthusiasm in the service. Service as usual cold. They need training in hospitality. They ran out of the health check form - obvious lack of attention (ignorant) in service.
Pros: No problem
Cons: Service can b warmer
Pros: The crew was good. Loved the mango juice and veg food.
Cons: The seats are hard. More leg room please. Better entertainment with more recent clicks required. Toilet seat needs to stay upright. The eating tables should be straight. Should be able to recline our seats more.
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- Looking for cheap airfare to Indonesia? 25% of our users found return tickets to Indonesia for the following prices or less: From Birmingham £508, from London £534, from Manchester £565
- Book at least 3 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
- High season is considered to be June, July and August. The cheapest month to fly to Indonesia is November.
- Flights to Indonesia from the UK mainly go to two airports: Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) and Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Both airports are very well equipped with many facilities and are the two busiest airports in Indonesia. Although there are other international airports in Indonesia, you will find flights to Jakarta (CGK) and Bali (DPS) most frequent.
- Flights to Jakarta place you in Java, where Yogjakarta, Borobudur, Prambanan and other popular tourist destinations are located.
- As a British citizen, you do not need a visa to enter Indonesia. Upon arrival, you will be granted up to 30 days of stay. If you are staying for more than 30 days, you can apply for a visa before your trip or when you arrive at the airport in Indonesia. With this visa, you will be allowed to stay in the country for up to 60 days. Your passport needs to have at least 6 months validity from the date you leave Indonesia. You may be asked to provide evidence of onward or return travel upon arrival in Indonesia.
- Airport tax may not be included in your airfare, but please confirm with your airline before your trip.
- Indonesia has some of the strictest rules when it comes to drugs, so if you need to carry any prescription medication into Indonesia, ensure that you take a copy of the prescription with you. Some prescription drugs may be illegal in Indonesia, so please check with the Indonesian Embassy and your doctor before your trip.
- When travelling around cities, it is better if you use metered taxis like Bluebird, Gamya and Xpress taxis to avoid being overcharged, especially at the airports and in other touristy areas that charge fixed price.
- If you plan to take domestic flights in Indonesia, you may want to plan your itinerary and book your tickets before your trip, as it may be difficult to make payments for domestic flights through some Indonesian airlines’ websites using a foreign credit or debit card.
FAQs - booking Indonesia flights
How long is the flight to Indonesia?
The average direct flight from United Kingdom to Indonesia takes 24h 33m, covering a distance of 7586 miles. The most popular route is London - Denpasar with an average flight time of 18h 45m.
What is the cheapest flight to Indonesia?
The cheapest ticket to Indonesia from United Kingdom found in the last 72 hours was £432. The most popular route is London to Denpasar and the cheapest airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was £463.
What are the most popular destinations in Indonesia?
Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Denpasar (84% of total searches to Indonesia). The next most popular destinations are Jakarta (8%) and Mataram (2%). Searches for flights to Surakarta City (2%), Semarang (2%) and Balikpapan (1%) are also popular.
Which flights to Indonesia should I look at to get to Mount Bromo?
The nearest international airport to Mount Bromo is Juanda International Airport (JIA) in Surabaya. Surabaya is about 91 mi from Bromo. If you are flying from other parts of Indonesia, you can fly to Abdulrachman Saleh Airport (MLG) in Malang, which is about 85 mi from Bromo.
If I want to go to Komodo Island, where should I fly to in Indonesia?
To get to Komodo Island, you must first fly to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) and then fly to Labuan Banjo’s Komodo Airport (LBJ) on Flores Island.
Should I bring Indonesian Rupiah?
You will often get better rates in Indonesia than in the UK, so you should bring pounds to exchange. When exchanging currencies in Indonesia, make sure you only go to the reputable money exchange counters that are often found in the airports, hotels and large money exchange offices in the city.
Should I travel to Indonesia during Ramadan?
If you are visiting during Ramadan, note that many places might be closed or fully booked. Airfares and hotels might also be more expensive during this period.
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