Budget Flights & Tickets to Bali and from Bali (DPS)

Bali is truly blessed considering the many airlines that fly to Bali and use Bali as a hub to other destinations in Indonesia and the neighbouring countries. An amazing selection of low-cost budget airlines operating in the region make Bali an even more affordable holiday destination.

Exploring the region

Many travellers who come to Bali also often use their stay in Bali to take  some short trips to other islands and even countries in the region. Bali is an excellent hub for further travelling domestically and also to Malaysia, Australia, and of course Singapore. The rise of budget airlines has changed the way we travel forever.

Many travellers nowadays also enjoy to arrange their own personal travel itineraries and book hotels, flights and even activities online by themselves. They enjoy the freedom to explore this wonderful region outside the constraints of arranged tours. And budget airlines facilitate this way of travelling greatly.

If you ask yourself which budget airlines fly to Bali, look no further.

Below you find a handpicked list of the most important budget low-cost airlines in the region flying to and from Bali, DPS (Denpasar).

Budget Airlines in Asia


Batik Air, recently merged with Malindo. Reliable budget airline expanding fast. It operates more than 200 flights to many domestic destinations within Indonesia.


Airasia is a Malaysian low-cost airline headquartered. It is the largest airline in Malaysia by fleet size and destinations, and Asia’s largest low-cost airline by passengers carried and jet fleet.


Jetstar, is an Australian low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Qantas and serves Bali and many destinations in Australia and South East Asia.


Lion Air, is an Indonesian low-cost carrier, its largest privately run airline, second largest low-cost airline in Southeast Asia after AirAsia, flying to more than 79 destinations.


Virgin Australia, formerly Virgin Blue, is Australia’s second-largest airline after Qantas. It serves many countries in Asia competing in the budget and low cost sector.


Scoot is a Singaporean low-cost long-haul airline owned by Singapore Airlines. It serves medium and long-haul routes from Singapore to Australia, Indonesia, China.


Sriwijaya Air is an Indonesian airline. It is the country’s third largest carrier, offering flights to Indonesian destinations and a few international destinations.

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