Raja Ampat – Getting Here

Raja Ampat Flights landing at Sorong Airport. Liveaboards leave from Sorong, and take guests around Raja Ampat. Sorong is a capital with a Domestic  Airport of West Papua, Indonesia. It is one of the largest and busiest airports on the Bird’s Head Peninsula.

Flight info presented here is aimed at international travellers seeking the quickest route to Raja Ampat from outside Indonesia and so ignores flights to Sorong from airports not serviced by international flights (Ambon, Jayapura etc). Some of the main airlines operation on this destination are: Batik Air, Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Nam Air, Sriwijaya Air and Wings Air.

  • Sorong’s airport is Domine Eduard Osok (IATA code: SOQ)
  • There are no international flights into Sorong

There are no direct (non-stop) flights from Bali to Sorong

From outside Indonesia:

Via Jakarta:

  • Lots of airlines fly from Southeast Asian hubs to Jakarta.

Via Makassar:

  • Silk Air flies from Singapore to Makassar (flights codeshared with Singapore Airlines and Garuda Indonesia)
  • Air Asia offers direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Makassar

Via Manado:

  • Silk Air flies Singapore to Manado (flights codeshared with Singapore Airlines)

Note that these are merely the most convenient entry points for international travellers bound for Sorong.