Jetstar Japan News
oneworld expands Global Explorer options with Jetstar deal
Jetstar Asia, Jetstar Japan and Jetstar Pacific are adding their networks to Global Explorer, the round-the-world fare offered by oneworld member airlines. Jetstar’s Australian airline already participates in the fare. The addition of these three carriers’ routes, from today, will bring more than 15 new destinations, two key Asian hubs – in Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore – and dozens more routes on board Global Explorer.
American Airlines opens Japanese domestic market with Jetstar deal
American Airlines customers will now have greater access to domestic Japanese destinations thanks to a new codeshare agreement between American and Jetstar Japan. Under the new arrangement, American Airlines will place its ‘AA’ code on services operated by Jetstar Japan between Tokyo Narita International Airport and Fukuoka, Matsuyama, Okinawa (Naha), Osaka (Kansai) and Sapporo (Shin Chitose), with first flights under the codeshare starting October 26th, 2014.
Japan Airlines expands codeshare with Jetstar Japan
Japan Airlines announced today it will start codeshare and mileage program partnership with Jetstar Japan - a joint-investment with the Qantas Group, Mitsubishi Corporation and Century Tokyo Leasing Corporation. Reservations, sales and JAL mileage redemption of flights operated by Jetstar Japan will begin from February 27th, 2013, for departures from March 6th, 2013.
Jetstar Japan extends reach through Sabre
Sabre connected travel agents worldwide will now be able to make bookings for Jetstar Japan (GK) – Japan’s low cost carrier. The carrier recently signed a global distribution system (GDS) agreement with Sabre Travel Network to provide worldwide access to its fares and schedules.
Jetstar Japan prepares for takeoff with delivery of first aircraft
Jetstar Japan has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320 aircraft in Toulouse, France. The Japanese carrier will start commercial services in July operating from Narita to Kansai, Fukuoka, Sapporo, and Okinawa with an initial fleet of three aircraft.