Jetstar launches Singapore - Taipei - Osaka Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 22 April 2010

Jetstar is planning to launch Singapore - Taipei - Osaka services from 5 July 2010 with promotional fares from Sin$198 all in, one way. The launch is subject to regulatory approval.

Jetstar has been flying daily services between Singapore and Taipei since December 2004 with its Australian long haul services operating direct low fare flights to Osaka since March 2007.

In the last year Jetstar has strongly expanded its network out of Singapore launching new services to Penang, Phuket, Haikou and Shantou (both in mainland China) and recently offering additional flights to Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong and Manila.

On board the new route, Jetstar will offer Japanese meal options, Japanese content in the carriers inflight magazine and all flights will have Japanese speaking crew.

The new daily service will operate between Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei and Singapore Changi International Airport (Terminal One).

The promotional fare of Sin$198 begins today @ 14:00 and will run until 23:59 unless seats sell out prior. The promotional fare is not available on all flights, all days and is subject to availability. The fare is valid for travel between 5 July and 10 November 2010 (excluding 15 July 31 August 2010). Terms and conditions apply.

Jetstar will continue the promotion tomorrow (Friday, 23 April 2010) with one way, all inclusive fares available from Sin$ 248. This sale will commence at 00:00 on 23 April 2010 and will end at 23:59 on 26 April 2010 unless seats sell out prior.

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