Flights to Lombok
Lombok International Airport (LOP) is now based in South Lombok, making the journey to the Gili Islands a lot longer than it used to be. Most people are choosing to take the fast boat to Gili Trawangan over flying into Lombok these days. In saying that, Lombok International Airport is becoming a much more popular destination, with more domestic and international airlines adding it to their destination lists.
Please bear in mind that most of the domestic airline schedules are can be subject to change up until about month before the fly date. Also some websites will not accept foreign credit cards so it can be hard to book flights online. If you need us to help book flights on your behalf, please let us know.
Merpati run 4 x daily direct flights between Bali and Lombok, and 2 x daily non-direct flights between Jakarta and Lombok.
Lion Air run 4 x daily direct flights between Bali and Lombok, and 5 x daily direct flights between Jakarta and Lombok.
Garuda run 1 x daily direct flight between Bali and Lombok, and 2 x daily direct flights between Jakarta and Lombok.
Garuda are the only airline to use a Boeing 737 between Bali and Lombok.
Asia currently fly into Lombok from Kula Lumpur four times a week, on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Silk Air (sister company of Singapore Airlines) currently fly into Lombok five times a week, and a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Jetstar will start a new schedule from 24 September 2013 and will fly direct from Perth to Lombok on a Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.