Airport tax will remain the same
The international passenger tax is IDR 240,000. (USD 16)
The management of Bali's Airport has declared that they will not raise the PJP2U (airport tax), or Aircraft Passenger Service prices. 19 airports in Indonesia will be raising their fees in the weeks to come, according to the notice. The airport tax for both domestic and foreign travelers won't change, according to Handy Heryudhitiawan, general manager of PT Angkasa Pura, I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. He said that the little tax increase from November 2021 would still be adequate to support the airport's continued growth. Heryudhitiawan stated, "We are still using the old tariff because the calculation of investment and service costs remains the same. Previously, we had adjusted it in November 2021". He reaffirmed that the domestic passenger tax is still IDR 120,000 (USD 8) and the international passenger tax is IDR 240,000. (USD 16). This passenger tax is automatically added by the ticket seller and is included in the price of a flight ticket.