The primary gateway to Indonesia is Sukarno-Hatta International Airport (also known as Cengkareng CKG) and it is based in Jakarta. However for the past years, a few international airlines decided to develop their direct flights, responding to the important amount of tourists from around the globe visiting the island.
Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air can schedule more than 10 departures per day from Jakarta to Bali. Internationally, Garuda Indonesia has set up direct flights from Singapore, Hong Kong, and many Australian cities; but will also extend its flights to United States and Europe cities like Los Angeles and Amsterdam. Other Asian airlines like Thai Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and Malaysia Airlines have already made flights available from Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Hong Kong.
The Australian Qantas Airline.s provides direct flights from a large number of Australian and European cities (e.g. London). Most Australian tourists use Expedia to find cheap holiday packages to Bali. Another one would be Air New Zealand, which is planning several departures from Auckland.
In Europe, the first international airline to plan direct international flights was the Netherland airline company, KLM.s, and connected many cities in Europe to Bali. Today, Lauda Air, Lufthansa Airlines and Air France have available flights to Bali and will help you plan your future trip in the island.