Bali Ngurah Rai DPS Airport Terminal Map

Main Terminal / Concourses at Bali Ngurah Rai DPS Airport

The passenger terminal complex at Bali Ngurah Rai International consists of two terminals - the newer L-shaped International Terminal and the renovated Domestic Terminal southeast of it - both terminals are used for Departures and Arrivals and are separated by the Festival Plaza. The compex also includes 2 small VIP terminals 1 & 2.  Continued renovation & expansion work is to expand the new domestic terminal to 65,800 square meters, and the international terminal to 129,000 sq.meters - while the entire terminal areas will cover 190,000 square meters, and accommodate up to 20 million passengers a year.

UPDATE: While the new international terminal  opened November 2013, and is now fully completed - the new domestic terminal  has also been completed and officially opened in July, when domestic flight operations moved in, freeing up much-needed space at the International Terminal for more international flights. The domestic terminal is located east of the Airport, intended for 17 aircraft.
It is expected that during 2014 15M passengers will pass through the Airport.

The two-level Domestic Terminal at Ngurah Rai has on the Level 1 a check-in area with 28 check-in counters and a baggage claim area, both have an Information desk, ticketing counters. A connecting corridor leads to the International Terminal. On Level 2 of the Domestic Terminal is the boarding lounge which has a currency exchange, payer room, concessions for food, drink & retail and access to 8 gates.  Buses take passengers between the airplane and the domestic terminal. Both terminals are connected on level 1 by a corridor.

The 3-level International Terminal at Ngurah Rai, constructed in the Balinese style, has a capacity of nearly 5 million passengers a year:
Level 1 of the International Terminal occupies  three areas – the Arrivals area, the Boarding area and the Check-in area – all of which offer food, drink & retail concessions.  The Arrivals area has five baggage carousels, Customs, currency exchange and rental car desks. The check-in area has check-in and ticketing counters, an Information desk, locker room, oversized baggage, and an Arrivals Hall.
Level 2 of the International Terminal, the post-security Departure Level, houses 62 check-in counters, and 14 gates - 8 of which are aerobridges- and offers food, drink & retail concessions, currency exchange, waiting lounges, and prayer rooms. The departure area also offers 2 free MBS internet hotspots.
Level 3 of the International Terminal houses more food, drink & retail concessions and offices.

International Arrivals Procedures:   All international arrivals are in the  International Terminal:  After walking over the airbridge, arriving passengers are divided by VOA or non-VOA (Visa on Arrival - U.S.A. is one of a list of countries under the VOA rule  - it is intended for foreigners visiting as tourists, on business, etc.). Go to the immigration counter,  then pass X-ray baggage and claim your bag in the baggage claim area; go through customs clearance and on to the Arrivals lobby and exit.


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