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Jakarta has a tropical monsoon climate and the average rainfall measures 1.816mm
(71.4 inches). The city experiences very small seasonal variations, since the average
24-hour temperature ranges from 26.1C (79F) in January to 27.2C (80.6C) in May,
while heat and humidity persist year round. Temperatures have never fallen below 18C
(65F) or risen above 36C (97F). The majority of precipitation falls from November
to April.

Get in
By plane

At the airport

Departure taxes|As of February 2015, Soekarno-Hatta Airport departure taxes

(Passenger Service Charge) are included in the cost of the air ticket. There is no need
for further cash payment at the airline counters.

Soekarno Hatta International Airport (IATA: CGK; ICAO (http://en.wikipedia.org/

wiki/International_Civil_Aviation_Organization_airport_code): WIII), [34] (http://ww
w.soekarno-hatta-airport.com) at Tangerang, Banten. All international and most
domestic flights land here 20 km (12 mi) to the northwest of the city. The
counterintuitive airport code comes from Cengkareng, a district near the airport. If you
don't have non-stop options between your origin city and Jakarta, try connecting via
Singapore or Kuala Lumpur as there are more than a dozen flights a day between these
cities and Jakarta.

The Soekarno Hatta airport has three terminals, with lettered sub-terminals indicating
separate, but interconnected, halls within the same building:

Terminal 1 (A-B-C). Used by the domestic airlines: Airfast, Aviastar, Batik Air,
Citilink, KAL Star Aviation, Lion Air, and Trigana Air Service.
Terminal 2 (D-E-F). Terminal D and E serving international destination :
AirAsia, Air China, Asiana Airlines, Batik Air, Business Air, Cathay Pacific,
Cebu Pacific Airways, Emirates, EVA Air, Indonesia AirAsia, Japan Airlines,
Jetstar Airways, Korean Air, Lion Air (International), Malindo Air, Philippine
Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Brunei Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Sri
Lankan Airways, Thai Airways, Thai Lion Air, Tiger Air, Turkish Airlines,
Xiamen Airlines, and Vietnam Airlines. Terminal F serving domestic destination
by Indonesia AirAsia, NAM Air and Sriwijaya Air
Terminal 3 Sometimes referred to as "T3 Ultimate" now used by most of Star
Alliance members for international flights: Garuda Indonesia (Domestic and
International), All Nippon Airways (ANA), Air France, China Airlines, China
Southern, Etihad Airways, KLM, Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air, Oman Air,
Saudi Arabian Airlines, Vietnam Airlines and Xiamen Airlines. Other
international carriers will be moved to the T3U by the end of the 2017 or early

The airport is undergoing full-scale renovations for lifting the burden of the terminals
and increasing passengers capacity.

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Terminal 3, now fully-operational since August 2017 with the completion of east wing
of the building to be ready in November 2017, has plenty of public spaces, a small
park, high roofs, directly adjacent parking and hosts a large variety of shops. Terminal
1, in contrast, is far more utilitarian and only has a few restaurants scattered outside the
check-in area. Terminal 2 is considerably closer to T3; visitors have very limited access
to it, but is reasonably modern and has a variety of shops inside. Comfortable lounges
for visitors are plentiful in both T2 and T3 - you may be qualified for a free stay based
on your flight or bank membership, or you can pay for Rp 100,000-250,000 depending
on the lounges as well. Public seating for other visitors is available in both T2 and T3,
with some more past the traveller-only security point.

To travel between terminals, there are free but less-than-reliable shuttle buses;
travelers in a hurry may opt to take a Taxi for about Rp 50,000 instead - ensure it's a
metered ride. Buses stop at designated points in the arrival hall and have no external
storage compartments, which can get cumbersome during peak times. Garuda
Indonesia has a dedicated transfer service between Terminals 3 and 2 with ample
signage in between. The Airport plans to have its own skytrain ready by the end of the
2017 providing transports between terminals and is now underwent several test-drives
before made ready to the public.

Visas on arrival (VoA) are available at the airport, see the main Indonesia article for the
details of the rules; they may be paid in cash or credit card. ATMs are available either
in or past luggage collection in all 3 terminals, and as Indonesian taxis don't all support
credit card, it's advisable to have some Rupiah on hand for your journey onwards.
These ATMs may have low withdrawing limits; ask your driver to drop by another
ATM on your way into town if necessary. Taxis are available at designated queues
outside the arrival halls.

For overnight transits, there are a few hotels near the airport:

Sheraton Bandara Hotel, Bandara Soekarno-Hatta (3 km from airport). +62

21 559 7777, [35] (http://www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/property/overview/i
ndex.html?propertyID=107). 5-star hotel with 205 Deluxe rooms and 15 Suite
rooms. Rooms have Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds and 32" LCD TVs.
Complimentary shuttle airport pick-up and drop off and a private lounge at the
airport. Check the special offers on the hotel's website to find special packages
such as day use, special rewards and offer on related deals. From US$100.

The older Halim Perdanakusuma Airport (IATA: HLP, ICAO (http://en.wikipedia.or

g/wiki/International_Civil_Aviation_Organization_airport_code): WIHH), to the
southeast of the city, is used by the military, VIP flights, charter flights, sea planes,
helicopter leasing companies and private jets and several domestic flights.. Since
January 10, 2014, several domestic flights served by Batik Air and Citilink started
operating at this airport to ease the crowding in Soekarno-Hatta Airport.

Susi Air, +62 811 211 3080, [36] (http://www.susiair.com) provides services
to local destinations across West Java from Halim Airport.

Alfa Air, +62 21 8087 1919, provides a seaplane charter service with their
Cessna Caravan seaplane, based at Halim Airport.

Get into town

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