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Fly from Jeddah to Jakarta with Etihad Airways

Book flights from Jeddah to Jakarta with Etihad Airways and journey from Mecca’s historic gateway to the busy streets of Indonesia’s bustling capital.

Relax as you glide towards Jakarta, where the National Monument stands proud above Indonesia’s capital city. When you touch down, step foot into Taman Mini Indonesia Indah park, one of Jakarta’s most popular destinations for a stroll. Then learn more about the city’s past with a visit to the History Museum, with exciting and intriguing exhibits aplenty.

JED to CGK: flight facts

Time difference +4 hours

After touching down in Jakarta you’ll be four hours ahead of Jeddah.

Flight distance 5,115 miles

Flights from Jeddah to Jakarta with a stop in Abu Dhabi cover a distance of 5,115 miles (8,232 kilometres).

Your flight from Jeddah to Jakarta

The flight path from Jeddah to Jakarta departs from King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) then takes you south-east towards your destination, making a stop at Abu Dhabi en route. After the UAE, you’ll cross the vast Indian Ocean and continue south-east, before finally reaching the skies above Indonesia’s islands and touching down in Jakarta at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK).

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Flying from Jeddah to Jakarta: FAQs

What’s the weather like in Jakarta?

Jakarta has a tropical climate with wet and dry seasons. The average temperature sits around 28°C month on month. Rain falls between October to March but there’s plenty to see and do in Jakarta at any time of year.

What food is Jakarta known for?

Jakarta has destination restaurants, modest eateries and great street food. Classic dishes include nasi goreng, fried rice with sumptuous meat and vegetables, which can be found on stalls across the city.

Top tips for Jeddah to Jakarta

old city of jakarta of colonial buildings along the canals

Wander around Koto Tua

Much like Jeddah’s Al-Balad, Koto Tua is the historical Old Town of Jakarta. This neighbourhood’s contrasting Dutch colonial architecture dates to the 16th century when the Europeans settled in the city. It’s a fascinating place to walk around thanks to its museums, cafes and street entertainers and should be high on your list of things to do when planning a trip from Jeddah to Jakarta.

sunset at jakarta waterfront

Spend the day at Ancol Dreamland

If you enjoyed visiting Fakieh Aquarium in Jeddah, then you’re going to love the incredible Ancol Dreamland on Jakarta’s waterfront. It’s where you’ll find a host of waterparks and theme parks, as well as an aquarium, nature park and art market. It’s also a great place to admire some of the views out towards the water, especially at sunset.

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