Bali Denpasar Airport Arrivals DPS

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport

Address: Jalan Raya Gusti Ngurah Rai, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80362, Indonesia
Phone: +62 361 9351011
Serves: Denpasar, Gianyar, Badung
IATA code: DPS
Alias: Denpasar Airport, Bali Airport and Bandar Udara Internasional I Gusti Ngurah Rai

DPS arrivals today

About Bali airport arrivals

Bali Ngurah Rai Airport is the airport of the Indonesian city of Denpasar which is located south the island of Bali. The many Bali arrivals have made it the second busiest airport in the country of Indonesia. The largest aircraft are able to land on the runway which make it interesting of long haul flights.

It is the largest and busiest airport in Indonesia after the international airport near Jakarta. It has grown from 8 million passengers in 2008 to 25 million passengers per year. Many different airlines come here from all over the world. It is a popular holiday destination. It uses 1 runway with a length of 3,000 meters. There are two passenger terminals for domestic and international flights.

Top routes from DPS
  • CGK – Jakarta
  • SUB – Surabaya
  • LBJ – Labuan Bajo
  • UPG – Makassar
  • SOC – Surakarta
  • LOP – Lombok
  • SIN – Singapore
  • TMC – Tambolaka
  • JOG – Yogyakarta
  • BMU – Bima
History of Denpasar airport arrivals

The first Denpasar arrivals took place in 1931. It was used for the war in WWII. In those years the runway also has been extended a few times. The following years the terminal did expend as well. The eventual new airport was opened in 1968 for the first Bali flight arrivals. Since the last decades, international flights have grown considerably to 24 million passengers in 2019. Of course, due to the corona virus, there were far fewer Denpasar flight arrivals in 2020.

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Terminal and passenger statistics of Denpasar airport

There are two terminals available at Denpasar Airport, Bali Ngurah Rai. One is a large international terminal and the other a small terminal for domestic Ngurah Rai arrivals. Bali as a holiday destination has become hugely popular over the past 10 years. This can also be seen in the Bali Airport arrivals.

Ten years ago less than 10 million people flew to and from Bali Denpasar. That is now more than 24 million (24,169,561) in 2019. Garuda Indonesia and AirAsia provide most of the  DPS arrivals to this island, which sees tourism as its largest source of income.

Bali airport destinations

Many of the flights go to Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Manila. Some more popular destinations are

Bali is an interesting destination for Australian people. There are different routes to the bigger cities of the country: Darwin, Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

Airlines that offer flights

The carriers that operate these Denpasar airport arrivals are

  • Jetstar Airways
  • Virgin Australia
  • Qantas
  • Singapore airlines
  • Scoot
  • Batik
  • Lion Air
  • Malindo Air
  • Wings Air
  • Citilink
  • Super Air Jet
Bali Airport ground transportation

One of the most used transportation options is the taxi. If you want to travel to the city of Denpasar it takes about 30 minutes by car. When you are in the Bali airport arrivals hall you have to walk to the taxi counter. There you tell your final destination and then you receive the destination with the corresponding price on a piece of paper. This will take you outside to get to the taxis. The prices are about 13 USD. To Nusa Dua it costs about USD 14-15 and Ubud USD 14. If you are traveling without luggage or just a backpack, it is also an option to order a Rideshare at Go Jek. They provide motorcycle transportation.

You can also travel by car on the island of Bali. You can already rent a car from 30-35 USD per day at various car rental companies such as Avis, Trac Astra, or Eazy.

Public transport is also available in Bali. This is a very cheap way of moving, but it is also less comfortable. There are 3 bus lines. Line 1 departs from the airport to Tabanan for 7,000 Rp. The trip to Nusa Dua is 3,500 Rp with line 2 and the third line goes to Batubulan for the same price. You can buy a bus ticket on the bus.