JetstarHeadquartered in Melbourne, Jetstar Airways has an extensive network covering many domestic and international destinations. Working on the mantra of every day fare, Jetstar Group manages to cater different parts of the world with its fleet of amazing aircrafts. Apart from Australia, The Jetstar Group operates in different regions that include New Zealand, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan and Hong Kong. The Jetstar Flights work on ACARS (Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System) that records its performance data. The airline therefore strives to schedule its departure and arrival time. In the Asia Pacific region, Jetstar is known as largest low air fare carrier, and has garnered a large base of satisfied customers. Owner of some of the best aircrafts that include Airbus A320-200, Airbus A321, Airbus A330-200, Jetstar promises to safely transfer the passengers from one place to another. Operating domestically and internationally, Jetstar has managed to win hearts of the customers across the globe. For the convenience of the customers, Jetstar has started online booking facility, which has simplified the air tickets buying procedure. Moreover, passengers can now check-in online without waiting at queues. All this and more, Jetstar has pledged to provide an overwhelming experience to passengers and add more to its list of satisfied customers.

Top Routes

Destination & Services

Backed by a team of zealous professionals and fleet of world-class aircraft, Jetstar manages to run its operations in many Asian countries that include China, covering some of its major airports that include Beijing, Macau, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and many more. Owing to its exceptional services, Jetstar has gained appreciation in some of the important tourist places of Asia that include Bangkok, Phuket, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Medan, Jakarta, Surabaya and Denpasar. The Jetstar Flights have also extended to Sapporo, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka, Oita and Kagoshima. What makes this airline better tan the rest is its excellent hospitality, which ensures that the passengers have best in-flight experience. Owing to its consistent efforts, Jetstar Group has managed to grab several awards that include Best Low Cost Airline in Australia and Pacific region, Best International Budget Airline and Best Cabin Crew. The airlines continues to make air travel trouble free by availing online booking facility to customer, in addition to providing low air fare. The cheap air tickets never lowered down the standard of services of the airline and Jetstar ensures that the flights operate on schedule time. The consistent efforts of the airline with the support of its team will help it garner a huge base of satisfied customers in coming years.

Fleet

The impressive fleet of aircrafts of Jetstar airlines is one of the major contributors to its success. Jetstar Airways, Jetstar Asia and Jetstar Pacific boast of a fleet of Airbus A320, which has the widest cabin amongst single-aisle carriers. These flights can accommodate between 177 passengers (Australia and New Zealand) and 180 passengers (across Asia). Besides A320, the Airbus A321 is also a part of the Jetstar Airways’ fleet. This airbus has a higher seating capacity of around 220. Moreover, the long-haul international routes of Jetstar Airways are serviced by Airbus A330-200 that has a seating capacity of either 303 or 310 (segregated into Business and Economy).

Awards & Recognition

The Jetstar network of airlines has earned several awards, including the Jetstar Airways being awarded the Best Low Cost Airline – Australia/Pacific 2011 by SkyTrax and Best International Budget Airline 2011 by About.com Readers’ Choice Award. Jetstar Asia won the Largest Growth in Passenger Traffic from Singapore (Changi Airline Awards–2011) and Top 10 Airlines for Passenger Carriage (Changi Airline Awards–2007-2011). These are just few of the awards bestowed on Jetstar for its efficient services and low fares.

Jetstar History

Since its first flight in 2004, Jetstar has witnessed an upward graph in terms of network and fleet. Same year witnessed the maiden flight of Jetstar Asia (Singapore–Hong Kong). A year after offering flights to domestic passengers; Jetstar started its international operations (Christchurch, New Zealand). In 2006, it became the first Australian airline to offer passengers the facility to choose a seat upon booking. After acquiring stakes in 2007 in Vietnam's Pacific Airlines, it re-launched the airline under the brand name Jetstar Pacific in 2008. Commencement of affiliation with the oneworld alliance in 2011 has enabled travellers to include Jetstar in their oneworld itinerary, provided the tickets are purchased through Qantas, under a QF flight number. Moving forward with its expansion plans, Jetstar announced setting up of two new brands – Jetstar Japan and Jetstar Hong Kong. At present, it offers cheap flights to over 60 destinations across 16 nations and territories. Besides, it is the largest low cost airline in the Asia Pacific region in terms of revenue.