Sunday, March 3, 2013

Jetstar Asia flights to Perth from Singapore increases

Singapore based low-cost airline JetStar Asia will add up to six additional weekly flights to Perth from Singapore starting from April 1st 2013 which will translate into additional 2,000 budget seats per week between Singapore and Perth. With these additional flights, travelers flying from Singapore will have 13 return flights per week to Perth by JetStar.

“Singapore travellers are the third biggest group of visitors to Perth. Last year, Jetstar Asia carried more than 100,000 passengers between Singapore and Perth. We expect to grow this number significantly with these additional services, giving passengers greater convenience in travelling between the two cities,” said Jetstar Asia CEO, Bara Pasupathi. “The additional services from Perth will see a 40% increase in connections from our Singapore hub to Southeast Asian hot spots like Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Phuket and Ho Chi Minh city along with Greater China cities in Hong Kong and Taipei, making these destinations more accessible.”

Jetstar Asia is celebrating the launch of additional Singapore - Perth services with a promotion, with a one-way Economy Starter sale fare of Sin$128/A$129. The sale commences today, 4 March, and ends 9 March 2013. Terms and conditions apply.

Jetstar currently offers more than 400 flights per week. Jetstar Asia flies from Singapore to 27 cities in 14 countries throughout Asia. It is the main feeder airline for its parent company Jetstar Airways for budget passengers flying to the Australian sub-continent. Its sister airlines include Jestar in New Zealand, Jetstar Pacific and Jetstar Japan.

JetStar Asia flies to Auckland (New Zeland), Yangon (Burma), Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Siem Reap (Cambodia), Nanning (People's Republic of China, Guilin (People's Republic of China), Guangzhou (People's Republic of China), Haikou (People's Republic of China), Hanoi  (Vietnam), Hangzhou (People's Republic of China), Shantou ( People's Republic of China), Hong Kong, Macau, Kota Kinabalu (Malaysia), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Penang (Malaysia), Manila (Philippines), Ningbo (People's Republic of China), Singapore, Taipei (Republic of China, Bangkok (Thailand), Phuket (Thailand), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Osaka (Japan), Cairns (Australia), Darwin (Australia), Perth (Australia), Bangalore (India), Kolkata (India), Kuching (Malaysia) and Pattaya (Thailand).

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