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Book Return Flights to & from Bali

Wanting return flights to Bali? You're at the right place! At Alternative Airlines it couldn't be easier to search for and book return flights to Bali from anywhere in the world, with a variety of airlines from which to pick!

To begin, use the search feature at the top of the page, to browse return flights to/from Bali. We offer multiple Buy Now Pay Later payment plan options, such as AfterpayKlarnaZip and PayPal Credit, which you can choose from to book your tickets today and spread the cost over time.

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How To Book Return Flights to Bali

Booking return flights to Bali with Alternative Airlines is simple! Firstly, fill in our search form at the top of the page and make sure to add the arrival airport as Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), as well as selecting the 'Return' button.

After clicking the 'Search Flights' button, the search results will appear. Once you find the flight that best fits your preferences, select it and confirm your choice to continue with the booking process.

You can complete your booking by utilising the various payment options available on our website, ensuring a secure transaction. Once you've selected your preferred payment method, you'll be all set to proceed!

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Return Flights to/from Bali

One of the most popular tourist destinations in the world is Bali, a small island in Indonesia. Although the island is small, it has much to offer with its combination of stunning natural beauty, which includes some of the world's most gorgeous beaches as well as cascading waterfalls and picturesque rice fields. Balinese people are known for their spirituality; the majority of the population are Hindus and they hold many cultural traditions every year that are open for tourists to participate in. The dance, music, cuisine and architecture are all significant ways in which the culture can be explored. The island is home to numerous temples, which are loved among tourists for their aesthetic, cultural and religious features.


To visit Bali, we recommend flying to Ngurah Rai International Airport which is the primary airport serving the island.

Ngurah Rai International Airport

Ngurah Rai (Denpasar) International Airport is the main airport serving the island of Bali, Indonesia. The airport is situated around 8 miles from downtown Denpasar. It is the second busiest airport in Indonesia, and in the top most popular island destination hubs in Asia. The airport is a hub for Garuda Indonesia, as well as being a focus city for Batik Air and Wings Air.


Popular Routes to Bali

You can fly direct to Bali from other Indonesian islands, as well as many countries across Asia, Oceania and Europe. Below are some of the most popular direct routes to Bali:

Jakarta (CGK) ✈ to Bali (DPS)

Singapore (SIN) ✈ to Bali (DPS)

Kuala Lumpur (KUL) ✈ to Bali (DPS)

Perth (PER) ✈ to Bali (DPS)

Melbourne (MEL) ✈ to Bali (DPS)

Do not worry if you can't get a direct flight to Bali from your departure airport, as you can still catch connecting flights with a layover at any of the airports listed below.

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Return Flights to Bali from Australia

Bali is super popular amongst Australian tourists. There are non-stop routes between major cities throughout Australia to Denpasar, Bali, from a variety of different airlines. Direct flights vary from 3-6 hours, depending on where in Australia you're travelling to/from.


Fly direct to Bali from: 

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Cairns, Gold Coast, Darwin


Airlines: 

Batik Air, Malindo Air, Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, JetStar, Qantas, Virgin Australia

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Return Flights to Bali from New Zealand

Return flights between New Zealand and Bali are limited, with direct flights only departing from Auckland, through Air New Zealand. A direct flight from Auckland to Denpasar, Bali, takes around 9 and a half hours.

If you're looking to fly to/from New Zealand, from outside of Auckland, you'll need to book a connecting flight at any of the destinations listed on this page


Fly direct to Bali from: 

Auckland


Airlines: 

Air New Zealand

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Return Flights to Bali from Europe

Return flights between Bali and European countries are very limited. If you're planning a return trip to Bali from somewhere in Europe, we recommend you to book a connecting flight.


Fly direct to Bali from: 

Istanbul


Airlines: 

Turkish Airlines

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Return Flights to Bali from Asia

If you want to travel nonstop to Bali, there are numerous Asian cities from which you can depart, like Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hanoi, and Seoul, among others. Depending on where you're travelling from, it can take 2 to 11 hours to go from another Asian country to Bali.


Fly direct to Bali from: 

Dili, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Taipei, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Dubai, Seoul, Changsha, Changzhou, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Harbin, Hefei, Jinan, Nanchang, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Ürümqi, Wenzhou, Wuhan, Xi'an, Zhengzhou, Doha, Singapore, Da Nang, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Xiamen

Airlines: 

Aero Dili, AirAsia, AirAsia X, Batik Air, Malindo Air, Cathay Pacific, Cebu Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Emirates, EVA Air, Garuda Indonesia, Hong Kong Airlines, Indonesia AirAsia, JetStar Asia, KLM, Korean Air, Lion Air, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Philippines AirAsia, Qatar Airways, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, Thai AirAsia, Thai Airways International, Thai Lion Air, VietJet Air, Vietnam Airlines, Xiamen Airlines

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Return Flights to Bali from within Indonesia

It's really simple to go direct to Bali from within Indonesia. In Indonesia, several airlines, including Garuda Indonesia and Citilink, provide domestic flights. The majority of direct flights last a few hours.


Fly direct to Bali from: 

Jakarta, Labuan Bajo, Balikpapan, Bandung, Lombok, Makassar, Surabaya, Tambolaka, Yogyakarta, Solo, Alor, Bima, Maumere, Ende, Kupang, Malang, Semarang, Waingapu


Airlines: 

Batik Air, Citilink, Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, Lion Air, NAM Air, Pelita Air, Super Air Jet, TransNusa, Wings Air

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Return Flights to Bali FAQs

How can I book cheap return flights to Bali?

Alternative Airlines simplifies the process of booking affordable nonstop flights to Bali. By using our convenient Best Fare Finder tool, you can easily find the most cost-effective days to fly from your preferred departure airport to Cancun. Upon completion of your flight search and selecting your desired dates from the calendar, the tool will highlight the cheapest days to fly with a green color, while the more expensive days will be marked in red. To obtain further guidance on this tool, refer to our comprehensive Best Fare Finder guide.

Can I pay later for return flights to Bali?

Certainly! When you use Alternative Airlines to search for direct flights to Bali, you have the convenience of choosing from various flexible payment options available on our website. These options include popular Buy Now Pay Later plans such as Afterpay, Klarna, Zip, Laybuy, and more. This means that you can make your booking for your Bali flight today and spread out the cost of your ticket over a period of time. If you are flying directly from the Australia to Bali and prefer to pay in AUD, we recommend utilising Afterpay, Klarna or Zip for paying later. Alternatively, if you are flying directly from Malaysia or Singapore and prefer to pay in MYR or SGD, we suggest considering Atome. If you're flying directly from the Philippines to Bali, and prefer paying in PHP, you can split the cost using Tendopay or Billease. Explore our comprehensive range of our Buy Now Pay Later options and start your journey to Bali tomorrow!

Are there direct return flights to Bali from the UK?

As of now, there are no direct routes available from the UK to Bali. Therefore, for your return flights, you will have connecting flights, which entail a layover at one of the above mentioned destinations. A well-known flight option, often chosen by travelers, involves a stopover in Dubai when flying with Emirates airline.

How much are return flights to Bali?

Depending on where you're flying from and the airline you're flying with, return flights to Bali will vary in cost. A return flight to Bali from Perth can range from $350 to $650 on average.

What is a return flight to Bali?

A return trip, also referred to as a round-trip, involves starting from your home airport, traveling to Bali, and then returning to your original destination after a few days or even weeks.

Are there direct return flights to Bali from the USA?

Currently, there are no direct flights from the USA to Bali. Consequently, your return flights will involve connecting flights, which will require a layover at one of the destinations mentioned earlier.