Jetstar is, subject to regulatory approval, to
launch flights between Singapore and Guilin, one of Chinaís most
picturesque and popular tourist cities.
The twice weekly Singapore-Guilin A320 service,
to commence on 3 November 2010, is Jetstarís third mainland China
route and sixth overall Chinese and Taiwan destination, in an
expanding Chinese network.
Jetstar already operates
daily services from Singapore to Hong Kong (up to three times
daily), Taipei (daily) and Macau (daily) in addition to Haikou (4
times weekly) and Shantou (3 times weekly).
services to Guilin, situated in north-east Guangxi province, will
provide direct access for travelers from, and
through, Singapore to experience Guilinís renowned natural scenery
and outdoor leisure activity.
To celebrate the
launch of Singapore-Guilin services, Jetstar is offering special
all-inclusive one-way JetSaver Light fares from Sin$ 168.
The sale will commence at midday on
Thursday, 26 August 2010 until midnight Thursday, 26 August 2010
unless seats sell out prior. Fares are not available on all flights,
all days and are subject to availability. Sale fares are valid for
travel between 16 February 2011 until 9 March 2011 and between 23
March 2011 and 25 May 2011. Terms and conditions apply.
ďGuilin is a
fantastic addition to our leisure network and provides yet another
great Asian travel option for Singaporeans and connecting Jetstar,
Qantas and international interline customers through our Singapore
hub,Ē said Jetstar Asia Chief Executive Officer Ms Chong Phit Lian.
ďAs a popular tourist destination welcoming 18 million visitors
last year, Guilin until now it has only been accessible for
Singaporeans transiting through cities such as Hong Kong, Bangkok
or Kuala Lumpur ... The new Jetstar service at just over three and half hours
will halve the current travelling time required from Singapore.Ē
Jetsaver Light one way fares all inclusive will start from
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