Adisucipto International Airport (JOG) Information

(Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia)

Adisucipto International Airport is a small air hub serving the Yogyakarta Special Region of central Java. It is also a gateway to the historic Prambanan temple site and the cultural glories of the region, expressed in the area's famous, traditional Javanese batik, music, dance, poetry, fine art and puppetry. After Bali, Yogyakarta is the most-visited of all Indonesian destinations, with most visitors arriving at Adisucipto International Airport.

The facility became an international air hub as recently as 2004, although local geographic events were less than kind to it for the following six years. In 2006, an earthquake badly damaged its facilities, causing a brief closure and the subsequent construction of a new Domestic Terminal. In 2010, the eruption of a nearby volcano sent volumes of ash into the air, disrupting flights. Of note, international flights from Yogyakarta were discontinued in 2006 due to lack of interest, but reopened in 2008 with AirAsia's Kuala Lumpur service.

Nowadays, the facility offers flights to Singapore, as well as an expanded Kuala Lumpur service (both provided by AirAsia), plus a good number of domestic and regional flights operated by national airline Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air and several budget carriers. More than four million passengers now use this airport every year, resulting in frequent upgrades to its amenities.

Adisucipto International Airport (JOG)

Address: Angkasa Pura I, Depok, 55282, Indonesia, ID
Tel: + 62 0274 498 261
Adisucipto International Airport is located on the north-eastern edge of the city, just 10 km / 6 miles from its downtown district and within easy reach of the city's ancient temples. Neighbouring suburbs include Catur Tunggal, Depok, Kalitirto, Maguwoharjo and Purwomartani.



The complex is located right on the Jalan Raya Yogya-Solo, the expressway leading from Yogyakarta to Solo city. Turn left on to the highway after exiting the airport and continue through the Depok township, heading west. Follow roads Jalan Raya Yogya-Solo, Jalan Laksamana Adi Sucipto and Jalan Urip Sumoharjo, and then follow the signs to the city centre. The drive takes around 20 minutes.


DAMRI shuttle bus services run to the city centre, the railway station, the bus station and a number of hotels. The municipal bus rapid transit system, Trans Jogja, also covers the airport, with buses running to the Expo Centre, the Prambanan and Giwangan bus terminals, and the Gadjah Mada University campus. Hotel or shared shuttles are other options. You should allow around 30 minutes for most bus journeys.


A subway connects arriving passengers with the airport's brand new Maguwo railway station. Here you can take advantage of the speedy Prambanan Express rail services to Yogyakarta and Solo, its twin historic city some 66 km / 41 miles away, among other destinations.


Taxi services from this complex work on a voucher system, with passengers required to purchase a voucher for their journey at a desk in the Arrivals area. Fixed prices per destination apply, thus successfully avoiding scams, pirate taxis and the unwanted attention of taxi touts. Private transfers by car and driver can also be booked and these include a meet and greet service by a bi-lingual representative.