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Bali Airport Code/Ngurah Rai International Airport Code DPS

Airport Codes

ZIP CODE 80362

Airport coordinates

LAT / LON -8°-44'-53"S / 115°10'1"E


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About Bali Airport Code/Ngurah Rai International Airport Code

Bali Airport Code/Ngurah Rai International Airport Code is DPS. Bali airport is also known as Ngurah Rai International Airport. This airport derives its three-letter IATA code from Denpasar–the capital of Bali. Its elevation above sea level is 4 meters. 

About Bali Airport (DPS)

DPS Airport or Bali Airport is regarded as one of the busiest airports in the heart of “The Emerald of the Equator” Indonesia. Equipped with all the latest technologies and facilities, this airport can handle operations of wide-body aircraft such as Boeing 747-8 and Airbus A380. 

Bali Airport (DPS Airport) has bagged several awards including the best airport award by Airport Council International. This facility has been named after Balinese Hero Gusti Ngurah Rai. 

Bali Airport (DPS) Runways

Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS Airport) is serviced by a single runway: 

  • 09/27 3,000 m asphalt 
  • This runway handles 162,623 aircraft movements annually. 

Bali Airport (DPS) Terminals

Bali Airport or Ngurah Rai International Airport features two terminals for both domestic and international operations. The international one derives a Balinese architectural theme. It has separate departure and arrival facilities as well. 

The departure area features 62 check-in counters with jet bridges and automated aircraft parking systems. 

The domestic terminal covers an area of 65,800 square meters, which is 4 times larger than the old domestic terminal. It is capable of handling over 9.4 million passengers. 

Nearest Airports to Bali Airport (DPS)

Major Passenger Airlines Operating from Bali Airport (DPS)

  • Aeroflot 
  • AirAsia 
  • AirAsia X
  • Air New Zealand
  • Batik Air 
  • Cathay Pacific 
  • Cebu Pacific 
  • China Airlines 
  • China Eastern Airlines 
  • China Southern Airlines 
  • Citilink 
  • Emirates
  • EVA Air 
  • KLM 
  • Korean Air 
  • LOT Polish Airlines 
  • Mahan Air 
  • Malaysia Airlines

Runway Data

Name Length Width Surface Lighted
09-27 9,790 ft 148 ft Asphalt Yes

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How many airports are in Bali?

There is just a single airport in Bali, Indonesia. This airport is known as Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport or Denpasar International Airport. The airport with the Bali Indonesia Airport code is known to be serving approx 23,779,178 flyers.

What airport do you fly into to go to Bali?

Ngurah Rai International Airport is the only airport you can fly to for reaching Bali. Many international flights fly to this airport having the Ngurah Rai (Bali) International Airport code.

Who owns Bali Airport?

Bali Airport or Ngurah Rai International Airport was owned by the government of Indonesia. This major airport in Bali was taken over by the Indonesian Council in 1946. After the Indonesian Revolution in 1946, the government decided to take over the ownership of this airport. That year onwards, it has been handled by the government.

Where is Ngurah Rai International Airport located?

Ngurah Rai International Airport is located in southern Bali. It is situated approx 13 kilometers to the south of Denpasar. Hence, it is also known as Denpasar International Airport, comprising the DPS Airport code. However, you can also locate this airport by its address, Jalan Raya Gusti Ngurah Rai, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80362, Indonesia.

When was Bali Airport built?

Bali Airport or Ngurah Rai International Airport was constructed in the town of Tuban in 1931. In addition to this, in 1963, the airport (Ngurah Rai International Airport code) was recognized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Also, a new international terminal structure and a 2,700-meter runway expansion were created in 1969.

What is the airport city code for Bali, Indonesia?

The 3 letter airport code for Bali, Indonesia, is DPS. This airport is coded DPS as its IATA code because it is situated in the Denpasar region.

Which is the nearest airport to Bali, Indonesia?

The nearest airport in Bali, Indonesia, is Ngurah Rai International Airport. It is also known as Bali or Denpasar International Airport. It is 32.8 kilometers away from the city center of Bali. Other nearby airports to Bali are Banyuwangi International Airport (75.6 kilometers) and Lombok International Airport (143 kilometers).

How many people go to Denpasar Airport in a year?

Denpasar Airport handled almost 14 million domestic and international travelers in 2020. In addition to this, it has constructed two additional terminals. They are expected to increase the total traffic volume of the airport (Bali Airport code) to 25 million passengers by 2025.

Where to stay at Bali Denpasar International Airport (Bali Airport IATA code)?

There are many options for travelers to stay at Bali Denpasar International Airport. You can stay at The Tusita Hotel. RakaAyu Kuta, Praba Guesthouse, Andaz Bali, The Anvaya Beach Resort Bali are also among the best options to stay near DPS Airport.

Can you sleep at Denpasar Airport?

Yes, you can sleep at Denpasar Airport. Many airside lounges with reclining seats are available at this airport near the Bali Airport runway. Passengers who wish to sleep can rest at these lounges. Apart from these lounges, many suites and rooms are available inside the airport. Travelers having a long-haul flight can also sleep in these rooms.

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