Senai International Airport (IATA code JHB) is an airport serving the southern states of Peninsular Malaysia. It’s located 32 kilometers north of Johor Bahru. Opened in 1974 the airport was named Sultan Ismail International Airport and later renamed to Senai.
It’s not a secret that flights from Senai are usually cheaper than the same flights from Singapore Changi Airport. The distance between Singapore and Senai is about 70 km, so it might be cheaper to take a bus or taxi to Johor airport and then take a flight. For example, last year I paid 218 RM for flight Johor Bahru – Kuching. The same flight from Singapore cost 430 RM.
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Where you can go from Johor Bahru:
- Kuala Lumpur (KUL, SZB) – AirAsia, FireFly, Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air – Check rates
- Kota Bharu (KBR) – FireFly – Check rates
- Kota Kinabalu (BKI) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Kuching (KCH) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Miri (MYY) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Penang (PEN) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Sibu (SBW) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Tawau (TWU) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Jakarta (CGK) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Bandung (BDO) – AirAsia – Check rates
- Surabaya (SUB) – AirAsia, Citilink – Check rates
How to get to Senai Airport
Address: Jalan Lapangan Terbang, Senai, Johor, Malaysia (Show Map)
By Taxi: The easiest way to get to Senai Airport is by taxi. Approximate price from Johor Bahru city center to Senai Airport is RM45.
By Bus: Depart from Terminal Bus Kotaraya using the Causeway Link (white) bus to Senai Airport. Or you can board using Causeway Link bus N333 from Larkin Bus Terminal, Johor Bahru. Travelling time will take about 1 hour if there is no traffic jam. Refer to Causeway Link website for bus schedule and further information.