Yogyakarta Airport Passenger Reviews and Yogyakarta Airport Traveller Reports
Yogyakarta customer review : 21 June 2013 by D Fynn (UK)|
Rating : 8/10
Pleasant, but rather old-fashioned airport. Most of the traffic is domestic and the terminal copes well with this.
A good range of shops/refreshments in the departure lounge area, which is well organised. You are very close to
the aircraft (including the runway) so it does not feel claustrophobic. My only gripe would be the totally
constant announcements of both arriving and departing traffic, needed because the information on the boards was
unreliable. No airbidges, so you walk to the planes, but this did make for speedy boarding. We had prearranged
transport, so I cannot comment on local transportation, but it does have a train station, which is rarity in
Yogyakarta customer review : 8 February 2011 by J Weiss
Customer Rating : 2/5
This small airport is totally overwhelmed by the amount of traffic it handles. For
international passengers, after checking in and paying the departure tax, you proceed to a
waiting room prior to passing immigration and security. You are basically waiting for a prior
international departure to clear the next holding room. Once the prior international flight
has departed, you then proceed through immigration and security. The next small holding room
only has capacity to deal with one flight at a time and there are absolutely no facilities in
the holding room other than restrooms. If you're hungry or want to do some last minute
shopping, visit the few meager concessions in the check-in hall first.
Yogyakarta Airport by R Chao
12 February 2008 Customer Rating :
Noticed some improvements from last visit about 3 years ago. Basically it is the same structure but
only interior is much fresher. I noticed some new shops inside and outside. Inside the arrival hall,
there is a traditional Javanese music band playing live music with traditional Javanese instruments.
It is quite a welcoming nice charm. There is dedicated taxi stand outside the domestic arrival hall.
Get a voucher and walk to the taxi pier. It is quite organized.
Yogyakarta Airport by Avi Kartushi
1 February 2006 Customer Rating :
Very small, nice airport. There is no shops at all, no airco, check in was OK, no queues at
immigration. The only downside is to get to town was quite difficult as when I was there, there was
no any taxi's or buses, so had to wait for almost 1 hour!!! Staff was friendly but facilities poor.
Airport by Adri Febrianto
Small, not modern, and seems rather disorganized. Yes, there's no jet
bridges, you'll have to walk from/to the aircraft. For the aircraft fans, it might be interesting
since you can take photos of Indonesian airlines ( in busy time, there are many aircrafts from
different liveries/airlines are parked ). Slow baggage claim.
As usual, transportation to the city is not quite clear informed.
For the departure hall, it's small check-in room, shops are limited, and lounges are so-so.
Yogyakarta Airport by Xuess Wee
11 August 2004
Nearest airport to Borobudor (one of the most beautiful World Heritage site in Indonesia). Takes
half an hour to reach the city from the airport via Taxi (30000 Rupiah). A train track runs besides
the airport, which is a surprise. Small, but very buzzing with activity. The airport looked rather
grim and rundown and in need of either a fresh coat of paint or renovation to catch up with the
time. There are no land-bridges so folks disembark and embark via tarmac. I made used of the
domestic terminal so there was no custom clearance required upon reaching destination. There were
only 2 conveyer belts serving Baggage Claim and it was close to pandemonium as people grabbed bags
and luggage off them. The airport however employed vigilant staff to demand checks on
claimed against their receipts to ensure no one runs off with additional
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