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About Jetstar Asia

Jetstar Asia is a low-cost airline, established in 2004 and based in Singapore. Jetstar Asia Airways is the Asian offshoot of parent Jetstar Airways, which is the low-cost subsidiary airline of Australia's Qantas airline.

Jetstar Asia operates services to regional destinations in Southeast Asia to countries such as Myanmar, Cambodia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Jetstar Asia has sister airlines including Jetstar in New Zealand, Jetstar Pacific and Jetstar Japan. Jetstar Asia operates a frequent flyer program called Qantas Frequent Flyer to reward regular passengers with the airline.

Jetstar Asia has formed a codeshare partnership with parent Qantas making them regional feeder lines for the Australian carrier. Jetstar Asia has codeshare agreements with Emirates, Finnair, Qantas and SriLankan Airlines. Jetstar Asia's fleet consists of A320-200s. Jetstar Asia aircraft feature leather seats with a seat pitch of 30 inches and passengers may purchase online seat selection and allocation.


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Bali  Dark grey plane icon  Singapore


Singapore Dark grey plane icon Guangzhou


Medan  Dark grey plane icon  Singapore


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Jetstar Asia Fleet

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Airbus A330-200


Jetstar Asia Hub Airport

Singapore Changi Airport

Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport for Singapore and is the hub airport for Scoot, SilkAir, Singapore Airlines, Jetstar Asia Airways, Tigerair. It has three runaways and can handle nearly 55 million passengers. Other airlines which fly to and from Changi Airport include AirAsia, Air China, Air France, Bangkok Airways, Emirates and many others.


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Jetstar Asia News

29th June 2018

Jetstar temporarily rearrange their Asia schedule due to Mt Agung explosion

Jetstar has done an amazing job when faced with a massive environmental obstacle this week. Bali's Mt Agung has been spewing out ash in a series of volcanic activities. As a result of this, Denpasar airport has been closed. Unfortunately, a handle of Jetstar flights has had to be cancelled. The airline initially scrapped flights to the tourist hotspot from Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane on Friday morning, while its flights leaving Bali - bound for the three capital cities and Cairns - were also cancelled. Now though, Jetstar have managed to turn it around, stating that they hope to get passengers on their way from as early as this evening. Well done Jetstar!


12th April 2018

The Jetstar community partners with property site company

Jetstar Pacific parent company, JetStar, has partnered with the Singapore-based property site,, to launch the first of its kind property themed airplane, as part of a campaign to cement its prowess across the two markets. The plane is co-sponsored by Indonesian property developer Adhi Persada Properti and willmainly be flying the Singapore-Jakarta route for the next 12 months. Launched in 2015 in Singapore, the three-year-old listing portal has gained rapid popularity with consumers with its user centric design and user-first search algorithm. is currently the largest property portal in both countries, listing over 1.2 million active properties on their site. was launched after the company acquired According to Jetstar Asia’s head of commercial Francis Loi, this tie-in with is a very exciting development for the airline.


1st March 2018

Jetstar Pacific increases number of flights to Bangkok

Jetstar Pacific, one of the low cost carrier (LCC) in the Jetstar family, has announced it will increase the frequency of its flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok (Thailand) to seven round-trip per week to keep up with increasing travel demand during the summer of this year. The additional service will begin servicing passengers between May 20 and August 31, the carrier said on March 23. Tickets will be sold from 200,000 VND per leg, excluding tax and fees, on website and at ticket agents nationwide.

This is followed the carrier’s operations on the Hanoi – Quy Nhon (Binh Dinh province) air route with five flights per week, as part of the its plan to add more services to famous tourist attractions in summer holiday.Summer is always a busy time for the aviation sector. Increasing flight frequency between the southern hub and Bangkok not only bolsters travel between Vietnam and Thailand but also creates a flight network among Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore.


30th July 2017

Jetstar launches Hat Yai flights November 2017

In September 2017, Jetstar Asia announced it has scheduled November 2017 Hat Yai Launch. Jetstar Asia in Northern winter 2017 season plans to expand route offering to Thailand, which sees the airline operates Singapore – Hat Yai route. Subject to Government Approval, Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route on daily basis, effective from 03NOV17.

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