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The Jetstar Group is one of the Asia Pacific's largest low fares network by revenue. It is made up of Jetstar Airways (subsidiary of the Qantas Group) in Australia and New Zealand; Jetstar Asia in Singapore; Jetstar Pacific in Vietnam; and Jetstar Japan.The Jetstar Group is one of the Asia Pacific's largest low fares network by revenue.

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ECS EXPANDS JETSTAR COOPERATION

Jetstar Airways | November 07, 2016

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ECS said customers would be able to find products and services in Singapore and 24 additional gateways in 13 countries across Asia Pacific. The site also includes Jetstar flight schedules, frequencies and service times. Francis Loi, head of Commercial for Jetstar Asia, said the ECS partnership is prompted by increased intra-Asia cross-border trade: “The rapid growth of the e-commerce marketplace in Asia is shaping the demand for airfreight as e-sellers and e-buyers prefer [it] for expedite...

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AIRASIA BAGS TOP HONOURS AT WORLD TRAVEL AWARDS

Jetstar Airways | October 19, 2016

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AirAsia bagged top honours at the World Travel Awards (Asia and Australasia) here on Saturday, winning the prestigious Asia's Leading Low-Cost Airline title for the fourth time....

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WITH JETSTAR GROUP, QANTAS SUCCEEDS WHERE OTHER BIG AIRLINES HAVE FAILED

Jetstar Airways | August 24, 2016

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For the past two decades, many major airlines have tried to thwart low-cost competitors by launching and investing in their own bargain brands. Many of them have failed, unable to compete against more nimble, lower-cost competitors, such as Southwest Airlines and Ryanair. They were short-lived entrants such as Delta’s Song, United’s Ted, US Airways’ MetroJet and Air Canada’s Tango. Other major-airline supported discount carriers, including Lufthansa’s Eurowings and ...

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JETSTAR AIRWAYS LINKS SOUTH AUSTRALIA WITH QUEENSLAND

Jetstar Airways | October 03, 2016

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Jetstar Airways commenced a new route between Adelaide (ADL) and Sunshine Coast (MCY) on 30 September. The 1,667-kilometre sector is the LCC’s 10th route from the South Australia airport. The A320-operated route, which will be flown thrice-weekly, will face no direct competition....

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ECS EXPANDS JETSTAR COOPERATION

Jetstar Airways | November 07, 2016

ECS said customers would be able to find products and services in Singapore and 24 additional gateways in 13 countries across Asia Pacific. The site also includes Jetstar flight schedules, frequencies and service times. Francis Loi, head of Commercial for Jetstar Asia, said the ECS partnership is prompted by increased intra-Asia cross-border trade: “The rapid growth of the e-commerce marketplace in Asia is shaping the demand for airfreight as e-sellers and e-buyers prefer [it] for expedite...

Read More
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AIRASIA BAGS TOP HONOURS AT WORLD TRAVEL AWARDS

Jetstar Airways | October 19, 2016

AirAsia bagged top honours at the World Travel Awards (Asia and Australasia) here on Saturday, winning the prestigious Asia's Leading Low-Cost Airline title for the fourth time....

Read More
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WITH JETSTAR GROUP, QANTAS SUCCEEDS WHERE OTHER BIG AIRLINES HAVE FAILED

Jetstar Airways | August 24, 2016

For the past two decades, many major airlines have tried to thwart low-cost competitors by launching and investing in their own bargain brands. Many of them have failed, unable to compete against more nimble, lower-cost competitors, such as Southwest Airlines and Ryanair. They were short-lived entrants such as Delta’s Song, United’s Ted, US Airways’ MetroJet and Air Canada’s Tango. Other major-airline supported discount carriers, including Lufthansa’s Eurowings and ...

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JETSTAR AIRWAYS LINKS SOUTH AUSTRALIA WITH QUEENSLAND

Jetstar Airways | October 03, 2016

Jetstar Airways commenced a new route between Adelaide (ADL) and Sunshine Coast (MCY) on 30 September. The 1,667-kilometre sector is the LCC’s 10th route from the South Australia airport. The A320-operated route, which will be flown thrice-weekly, will face no direct competition....

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