Beginning on May 17, 2023, AirAsia Malaysia (AK) will be the first airline to connect Kuala Lumpur with Kertajati, Indonesia.
The airline, which provides the only international connectivity out of Kertajati, will bring parts of the provinces of West Java and Central Java, as well as the Greater Bandung and Cirebon metropolitan areas, closer to Kuala Lumpur, which will be a welcome boost to both countries’ economic and tourism growth. The two weekly flights will arrive and depart from Indonesia’s second-largest airport, Kertajati International Airport, which is situated in Majalengka Regency in West Java province.
With Kertajati being AirAsia Malaysia’s 12th route in Indonesia, the airline is more committed to the country as a core market and furthers its goal of democratising air travel by linking underserved cities in the area. For the travel period between 17 May and 23 October 2023, AirAsia is offering all-in* fares starting at RM149 one way starting today through 16 April 2023 on the airasia Super App or airasia.com.
Visitors to Kertajati can explore Majalengka’s top attractions, such as the magnificent Muara Jaya waterfall, the gorgeous Terasering Panyaweuyan landscape, the blue Situ Cipanten Lake, the hillside Cipasung Tea Plantation, and more, or they can travel to Bandung, a city in the highlands. With the community feature found in the airasia Super App under the “Chat” option, users may also ask other travellers with similar interests who are going to Kertajati. Currently, AirAsia Malaysia (AK) flies 11 routes in Indonesia, connecting Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Banda Aceh, Jakarta, Bali (Denpasar), Medan, Padang, Pekanbaru, Makassar, Yogyakarta, and Balikpapan.
Flight Schedule between Kuala Lumpur (KUL) and Kertajati (KTJ):