• 18 Nov 2015, 16:30
  • Liu Yang

Visit Indonesia! Vienna ✈ Jakarta ✈ Budapest from only €416

Cheap open jaw flights with Air China

Leave cold, snowy weather at home and experience summer’s warmth of Indonesia. Air China is selling cheap open jaw tickets from Europe to Jakarta.

This is your chance to visit one of the top holiday destinations in Asia. Air China is offering low fares to Indonesia in main tourist season from just €416 for open jaw flights! You’ll find the cheapest fare if you start your trip in Vienna and fly back to Budapest.

With 18,110 islands, 6,000 of them inhabited, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. The country inhabited by hundreds of ethnic groups is one of the richest, most diverse grounds in the world. Explore the spellbinding wonders that lie within the Indonesian archipelago!

Travel dates:
January – March 2016

To check low fare calendars click here >>>

Vienna – Jakarta – Budapest

How to book:
Visit Momondo or follow the link below and adjust travel dates

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked in baggage per passenger.

Sample booking:
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If you’re looking for cheap accommodation you should compare hotel rates on HotelsCombined.com. Don’t forget to read hotel reviews on TripAdvisor.

We encourage you to stay at 3* Bangka Bed and Breakfast for only €24 per night with breakfast included.
This property provides 3-star accommodation in Jakarta. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to sightsee in the area. Bangka Bed & Breakfast Jakarta is under a 20-minute drive from Halim Perdanakusuma Airport and Kemang is a short stroll away. Plaza Indonesia is only an easy car ride from the bed & breakfast.

Car Rentals:
Book cheap car rentals at Rentalcars.com

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