Jetstar Jetstar Airlines

Jetstar is an Australian low cost airline operated by Qantas and launched in 2003. Originally offering domestic flights within Australia, the airline opened flights to Christchurch in New Zealand in 2005. Later, services to Asia were launched.

Australian destinations include Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, and more than a dozen other airports, many of which serve popular tourist spots like Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef. Jetstar flies to five cities in New Zealand, as well as destinations in China, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, and the Philippines, and Honolulu in Hawaii. Their destinations tend to be cities popular with tourists and young travellers, like Bangkok, Phuket, and Ho Chi Minh City.

Jetstar offers many facilities not usually associated with budget airlines, including reserved seating, seatback entertainment, and, on international flights, a business class cabin with premium seating.

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Jetstar flys to:
Honolulu, Auckland, Christchurch

What people are saying about jetstar right now:

Twitter: From user 'Grix??'
RT @cabincrewtobeth: 6. Singapore 70,000 - 100,000+ 7. Jetstar 50,000 - 70,000+ 8. EVA 50,000 -…
Twitter: From user 'Airport Look'
New post (Jetstar Bali to Sydney Business Class B787-8 Dreamliner) has been published on airportlook -…
Twitter: From user 'Rolly'
"Smoking is prohibited on the flight. If you feel like smoking, you may go outside." Haha! Nice one, @Jetstar_Asia ??
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KL to Singapore is the busiest airline route in the world - Asian Correspondent
... air travel intelligence company OAG, the number of flights between Singapore and KL in the 12 months to February 2018 was a whopping 30,537 – primarily operated by Air Asia, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Scoot, SilkAir, Jetstar and Malindo.
The heavy cost of baggage - The New Daily
On Jetstar, Sydney to Melbourne, a 15-kilogram bag paid for at check-in is $17 but $60 if paid at the airport. On Tigerair, Sydney to Melbourne, 15 kilograms is $17.50 when booking, but $75 at the airport. Remember, that's each way. And excess baggage ...
Twitter: From user 'Nicole Hill'
2/2 but atleast the has a resource for tracking airline cancellations and performance records by month. Goo…
The world's busiest international flight route-Kuala Lumpur to Singapore - All India Roundup
... 30,537 flights covered the Singapore – KL route that topped the list, with an average of 84 flights every day. The route is covered by a host of budget airlines including AirAsia, Jetstar, Scoot, Malindo Air as well as Singapore Airlines and ...
Twitter: From user 'Airport Look'
New post (Jetstar Sydney to Bali Business Class B787-8 Dreamliner) has been published on airportlook -…
Singapore to Kuala Lumpur is world's busiest international air route - Deutsche Welle
A host of budget airlines such as Air Asia, Scoot, Jetstar and Malindo Airways fly between the two airports and add to the route's popularity. Read more: The world's best airports 2018. The report found that 14 of the world's 20 busiest routes operate ...
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