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Jetstar’s successful low-fares pan-Asian strategy started way back in 2004.

May 18, 2016 Aviation No Comments Print Print Email Email

12 years on, Jetstar airlines in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand, Japan and Vietnam operate direct flights to 17 countries, 75 destinations and 180 routes providing customers with greater connectivity, the same low fares and a consistent travel experience.

When our customers travel on Jetstar – in any part of the world – they can be assured of a consistent brand and with it, the same product, level of service and flight experience across any of our airlines.

We also have long-standing partnerships and agreements with 45 other airlines including full service airlines Qantas, Emirates Japan Airlines and Vietnam Airlines.

We will continue to have discussions with other carriers about providing our customers with even greater connectivity across Asia than we already provide. 


The Jetstar Group operates a fleet of 122 aircraft.  In 2015, more than 30 million customers flew on Jetstar flights. We operate over 180 routes.

Additional background on Jetstar Asia

Jetstar Asia is one of Singapore’s pioneer low-fares carries that first took to the skies in December 2004. The only Singapore-based carrier outside of the Singapore Airlines Group, the airline was the first LCC at Singapore Changi Airport to launch self-service options for travellers. Jetstar Asia currently operates more than 600 weekly return flights to 26 destinations across 13 countries and territories in the Asia Pacific region.

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