Jetstar Asia resumes daily services between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur and increase services to Jakarta to nine per week from 15 December 2020, providing over 5,000 seats each week.
Services to Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh will be increased to five and two services a week respectively. Surabaya will also re-join the network which already includes Clark, Manila and Penang.
Jetstar Asia will be the only Singaporean-based low-cost carrier to operate services this month to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur . One-way fares to Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta start from S$65 and S$80 respectively.
Jetstar Asia’s services in December 2020 include
|Clark||Two return services a week|
|Ho Chi Minh City||Up to five return services a week|
|Jakarta||Up to nine return services a week|
|Kuala Lumpur||Up to seven return services a week|
|Manila||Five return services a week|
|Penang||Three return services a week|
|Phnom Penh||Up to two return services a week|
|Surabaya||Up to two return services a week from 5 December 2020|
Jetstar Asia has introduced a number of initiatives to improve safety and peace-of-mind when travelling domestically through its Fly Well programme.
The airline has also introduced onboard catering from 8 December 2020. Pre-purchased food and drinks are available while buy-on-board meals and snacks will be reintroduced from 21 December 2020 with cashless cabins as part of the Fly Well programme.
The pre-purchased food and drink menu will feature light snacks and hot meals, designed to cater to a wide-ranging taste of customers in Asia. The on-board menu will feature items such as Glazed Honey Citron Chicken with Fried Rice and Assam Fish with Vegetables that are created by Chef Eric Teo from SATS’ in-house panel of international award-winning culinary consultants.
Download the buy-on-board menu on jetstar.com or scan the QR
codes available at check in and the boarding gates. Customers can pay with inflight vouchers or cards to reduce unnecessary contact.