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I need to book a domestic flight (JKTA – Balikpapn) and after considering all options above i think that CITILINK looks most promising…
seems the info above is a little old and recently CITILINK has become the number one choice (Airasia doesnt service this route direct)
anyone here flown citilink/.??
Hi Perth Guy,
I wrote about my experiences flying Citilink on the Lonely Planet ThornTree Forum here.
You can compare the benefits and disadvantages of flying Citilink and/or other airlines here:
It might not look like it, but we do update this page with new information as it becomes available, based on our own experiences.
Thanks for info and links,
the comments on your thread at lonely planet are helpful. Do you know whether its possible to book citilink with a australian mastercard? Its unusual as im sure garuda can be booked using Oz CCard?
If not possible what is the best way to go about doing this?
Hi Perth Guy,
As explained in the above article, Indonesian domestic airlines only accept Indonesian credit cards. Air Asia and Garuda Indonesia are the exceptions.
If you want to book a Citilink flight with an Australian credit card, I recommend our affiliated flight booking service, Mau Ke Mana. They get around the credit card problem by using Paypal.
Thanks for all the info Chris, much appreciated. Will try out the Mau Ke Mana booking service..
This article need to be updated.
I have tried online booking for Garuda International flight, and I had no problem.
Online booking Mandala now merge with Tiger.
Kalstar and Susi Air now can be booked online. But I never tried it.
Now we can see the final price in the first page when booking online with Citilink.