Jakarta is serviced by the Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta (CGK) International Airport (+62 550 5179 /http://www.angkasapura2.co.id) located 20 kilometers (12 miles) northwest of the city. Its two terminals house the following major airlines:
Air Asia: (+603 8660 4343/http://www.airasia.com)
Air France (+1 800 237 2747/ http://www.airfrance.com)
Cathay Pacific (+1 800 231 0856/ http://www.cathaypacific.com)
China Air (+1 800 227 5118/ http://www.china-airlines.com)
Continental (+1 800 221 1212/ http://www.continental.com)
Garuda Indonesian Airways (+1 800 342 7832/ http://www.garuda-indonesia.com)
Singapore Air (+1 800 742 3333/ http://www.singaporeair.com)
From the Airport:
Taxies are located outside the terminals and can be b ooked at the Arrivals counter.
Rental car options include: Blue Bird (+62 361 701 111/ http://www.bluebirdgroup.com) Hertz (+1 800 654 3131/ http://www.hertz.com) By Bus: The 'Damri' Shuttle bus provides service to Rawamangun, Gambir, Depok, Bogor, and other locations. Travel time is roughly one hour.
By Car: The Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is located off the Soediyatmo toll road at the Bandara exit.
Travel in Jakarta is an adventure unto itself. Traffic conditions make driving inadvisable to those unfamiliar with the terrain. Rail service is provided on lines to Sumatra, Madura, and Java and is one Indonesia's most efficient forms of transportation. Connections to destinations throughout Indonesia can be made from these locations. The Bima Exp ress is one of the most popular railway options. Bus services are also offered to destinations throughout Indonesia, though be advised that bus travel can make for a lengthy ordeal. Within Jakarta the Bajaj and Becak Rickshaws are popular forms of inexpensive public transit.