Emirates activates codeshare agreement with Batik Air

A graphic showing tailplanes of Emirates and Batik Air aircraft back to back.
Image Credit: Emirates

LONDON – Gulf carrier Emirates has recently activated its codeshare partnership with Batik Air, expanding choice and connectivity options for its customers with access to 25 Indonesian points on a single ticket and one baggage policy.

Under the newly activated agreement, Emirates has placed its code on 8 routes operated by Batik Air via Jakarta to – Balikpapan (BPN), Denpasar (DPS), Medan (KNO), Manado (MDC), Padang (PDG), Surakarta (SOC), Surabaya (SUB) and Makassar (UPG).

In addition, via an interline agreement, Emirates customers can also easily access 17 more domestic Indonesian points via Jakarta and Denpasar, to cities such as Praya (LOP), Semarang (SRG), Sorong (SOQ), and more.

Emirates in Indonesia


Emirates has been serving Indonesia for over 30 years, since the commencement of its first flight to Jakarta back in 1992.

The airline continues to contribute to the recovery and growth of Indonesia’s travel and trade sectors, carrying international tourists and business travellers, as well as transporting essential air cargo to and from global markets.

Earlier this year, Emirates had launched its codeshare agreement with Indonesia’s national carrier, Garuda, allowing its customers to access eight domestic points in Indonesia, beyond Jakarta and Bali.

Emirates currently has codeshare cooperation agreements in place with 26 airline partners and two rail companies around the world, as well as 110 interline partners worldwide.

The airline offers its customers truly global connectivity to over 130 destinations across 6 continents.

About Emirates


Emirates is the award-winning global airline that serves over 130 cities on six continents through its efficient hub in Dubai. It operates the world’s largest fleet of modern wide-body Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft that are fitted out with the latest comforts in the sky.

Emirates has won numerous accolades for excellence across its operations, including World’s Best Economy Class, World’s Best Economy Class Catering, and for the 17th consecutive time, World’s Best Inflight Entertainment at the recent Skytrax World Airline Awards 2022.

About Batik Air


Batik Air, member of Lion Air Group, airs with the sincerity of providing air transportation needs.

Batik Air carries a philosophy rich in meaning from Indonesia, requiring concentration of mind (centering in operation), patience, and cleanliness of the soul (all hearts serve) as the historical value of the work of the nation’s children (able to travel to foreign countries).

The actualization of the logo, the uniforms of cabin crew and ground handling officers, and other identities reflects the flexibility of the pattern, which is full of certain symbols and motifs (livery). Thus, Batik Air affirming in every service with sincerity.

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