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Citilink (QG) seat maps

Citilink was founded and began operations in 2001. The company is headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia. The airline's main hubaways are Jakarta-Soekarno-Hatta, Jakarta-Halim Perdanakusuma, Surabaya. Secondary hubs are located in Denpasar/Bali, Makassar, Medan, Batam. Citilink is a budget airline. The company mainly serves domestic destinations in Indonesia. Citilink also operates several international flights. In total, the company serves 70 routes. The company's fleet consists of 60 aircraft.

Citilink is one of the greatest flight companies all over the world. It offers a rich Citilink airlines seat map with simple places ideal for long journeys. Citilink has managed to create a name in the today’s sector, especially taking into account its profit, fleet size, and Citilink seatmap. Its fleet has a rich range of airplanes. Citilink has many hubs all over the world, with the biggest ones being located in Indonesia/CITY. The company has its own CTV, which much shortens the actions relevant to instituting and analyzing basic international tech norms for carrier functioning and concept, crash research, etc. Besides, Citilink meets the terms of IATA which is aimed to represent, develop, and serve the airline sector. That is why all the airplanes run by a company apply QG seat map. If travelers want to discover a certain airport and its site, they can browse this details using the CTV ICAO code. This is especially simple when Citilink plane seat map is a matter of concern for the passenger. Citilink is complemented with 25 flight companies with a somewhat diverse Citilink flight seat map. The planes go to a large number of locations. The airplanes offer First, Business, Economy Premium and Economy cabins. All of them have diverse props and seat maps. In the biggestity of planes, at least one DC power outlet is present. Depending on the class of a cabin, the carries include enhanced features which allow for convenient flight.

The founders of have created and assembled an exhaustive database of seatmaps of all the aircrafts that Citilink operates. Click on the links below to see our entire array of seatmaps.

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Check in rules

Check-in desks open two hours before scheduled departure time and two days before online/mobile check-in. Check-in desks close 30 minutes for domestic flights or one hour for international flights before the scheduled departure time for all classes of passengers. Flights from Sukarno-Hatta Int'l Apt. Check-in and baggage drop-off will be closed 45 minutes before departure time for domestic flights and one hour before departure time for international flights.

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The free checked baggage allowance is 20 kg. Anything over 20 kg will be charged at the rate. The airline will not accept individual items weighing more than 32 kg and with overall dimensions greater than 81 cm in height, 119 cm in width and 119 cm in depth. Passengers in economy class (except infants) are allowed up to 7 kg of hand baggage with dimensions of 56 cm x 36 cm x 23 cm (for A-320 flights) and 41 cm x 34 cm x 17 cm (for ATR flights).

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Unaccompanied minors

Children over the age of seven are allowed to travel on their own, as long as an accompanying minors service is ordered. The cost of the service is extra and is not included in the price of the passenger's ticket. The service works only on domestic flights. Unaccompanied minors are not accepted on connecting flights.

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Infants are defined as children under the age of two years. Children under 14 days of age are not allowed. Infants may travel without a separate seat on the plane. Children older than two years of age must have their own seat. At the parents' discretion, an infant may purchase a seat at the child fare.

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Airlines do not allow pets in the cabin or in checked luggage on any of their flights.

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