Qantas lounge access at Jakarta Airport's Terminal 3

By David Flynn, May 10 2018

IN BRIEF | Qantas and Jetstar will move into Terminal 3 of Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta Airport this week, swapping their spot at the airport's rather dated Terminal 2 for the newer Terminal 3, which was opened in 2016 and mainly serves flag carrier Garuda.

A spokesman for Qantas confirmed to Australian Business Traveller that "Qantas together with Jetstar Asia will be moving to Terminal 3 at Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport from 11 May", adding "there will be no changes to the schedule of any Qantas Group services to and from Jakarta."

By the end of May, Terminal 3 will be host to all international flights into and out of Jakarta.

The spokesman also advised Australian Business Traveller that "Qantas will be using the Plaza Premium Lounge at Jakarta Terminal 3 from 11 May 2018 onwards."

Pre-flight access will be available Qantas business class passengers, Platinum and Gold frequent flyers (and their Oneworld Emerald and Sapphire equivalents) as well as Qantas Club members.

David

David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

Smithy

Smithy

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

05 Apr 2012

Total posts 54

The crew on QF42 have told me several times, all the passengers tend to hungry on the flight & ready for supper.

Be interested to test in the next few months.

moa999

moa999

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

02 Jul 2011

Total posts 1377

And people are often very early at Jakarta as the traffic to the airport, like elsewhere in Jakarta, is very unpredictable

russell

russell

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

04 Nov 2011

Total posts 327

For me it’s always a tie between Jakarta and Manila for worst airport experience. Having used T3, it’s a much nicer terminal but disappointed to see the lounge experience wnt improve.

SilverKrisSRG

SilverKrisSRG

12 May 2018

Total posts 2

Not only the lounge is a disappointment, but in general the aircond system is not sufficient enough to cool the whole building especially on a hot humid day.

rob01

rob01

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

10 Nov 2011

Total posts 122

I just went through CGK T3 last week and although it's generally a nice terminal the F&B options were a little thin on the ground. Also the terminal was absolutely boiling inside. I don't know if they had an issue that day or if the ac system just can't cope with all that glass .....

wanderingvan

wanderingvan

01 Feb 2018

Total posts 34

Forget about lounge access, you may get plenty of exercise with walking in the huge terminal and limited transport aids.

SilverKrisSRG

SilverKrisSRG

12 May 2018

Total posts 2

The walk is prolly equal to Changi or other big airport, but with the bad aircond system, less travel actor and a boring design, the walk can exhaust yourself

Ace

Ace

14 Apr 2018

Total posts 2

The AC can definitely cope, as it was freezing cold inside when I was there back in December.

Further experiences:

Arrival (international flight): great, took only 20 minutes to get from gate to car park. No queues anywhere, very fast to get through immigration and customs. Let's see if this remains the same when more airlines will use this terminal.

Departure (domestic flight): gate was located away from the middle of the concourse so we unexpectedly had to rush to get to the gate on time since we didn't expect the long walk (no advance warning of walking times on the signs).


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