Jakarta International Airport (Soekarno-Hatta) is the main airport serving the greater Jakarta area on the island of Java, Indonesia.
The airport is named after the first President of Indonesia, Soekarno, and the first vice-president, Mohammad Hatta. The airport is often called Cengkareng by Indonesian. Its IATA code, CGK is originated from the word Cengkareng, a subdistrict located to the northwest of the city.
Jakarta International Airport has 150 check-in counters, 30 baggage carousels and 42 gates. Each sub-terminal has 25 check-in counters, 5 baggage carrousels and 7 gates.
Located beside one of Jakarta’s central thoroughfares, the Fairmont Hotel has easy access to the Soekarno Hatta international airport, the Jakarta central business district, the Presidential palace and central and municipal administrative buildings, as well as many of the city’s prime shopping centers, restaurants, and golf courses.
There are shopping malls within walking distance of the congress location including Senayan City, Plaza Senayan, Ratu Plaza, FX, and Pacific Place – all accessible via a short walk, or by car. Restaurants, pharmacies, ATMs, currency exchange booths, and supermarkets are located in most of these malls. Other hotels within walking distance for options include the Sultan Hotel, and Best Western.
Hotels within walking distance include The Sultan Hotel, the Hotel Mulia Senayan, The Fairmont Hotel, The Ritz Carlton, and The Century Park Hotel.
IN THE CITY
Jakarta regions and areas are connected with several public transportation, several of them are:
- Transjakarta buses
- Other public buses and minivans (angkot)
- Motor taxi (ojek)
- Bajaj, and more.
There is a train line, public buses, and taxis that connects airport to other area in the city.
There are several ride-sharing platforms and services that you can use, such as Gojek, and Grab.
Call Center Emergency Service: 112
International Phone Number Information: 102
Local Phone Number Information: 108
Domestic Call Operator: 100 and 106
International Call Operators: 101 and 107
Bureau of Public Communication of the
Ministry of Tourism: +62 21 3838899