Low fares leader Jetstar will introduce for the first time to New Zealand long haul low fare flying with its two-class Airbus A330-200 services between Auckland* and Singapore.
Jetstar is to become the first airline to offer passengers iPads for inflight entertainment. The Australian low-cost carrier will rent the devices for AUD10 (€6.85) per flight on domestic services from later this month, and aims to expand the service to international routes later this year.
Jetstar Airways has confirmed it is to develop its international route network, offering budget long-haul flights from a new base in Singapore. The new hub will operate two A330-200 aircraft, with the addition of up to 200 new jobs across Jetstar’s Pan Asian network.
In a world first for low cost airlines, Jetstar and AirAsia announced today they would form a new alliance that would reduce costs, pool expertise and ultimately result in cheaper fares for both carriers.
Jetstar Asia has made a major advancement in its international flight distribution through an interline ticketing and settlement deal with Qantas.
Australia’s value based international airline Jetstar has taken flight to the United States for the first time with its inaugural service from Sydney to Honolulu.
Budget carrier Jetstar Asia is launching a gift voucher service.