Jetstar Asia resumes services between Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4 and Haikou on 29 April 2023. This route was suspended for three years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The resumption of services is in time for the Golden Week Labour Day long weekend.
The low-cost carrier expects to fly over 70,000 customers annually, operating four weekly return services to meet the demand for travellers wanting to return to Hainan island province’s port city and capital.
“China remains a critical market and as we continue to expand our network and our fleet, we look forward to offering our customers more fantastic low fares to more incredible leisure destinations.”Barathan Pasupathi, Jetstar Asia Chief Executive Officer
The new Jetstar Asia (3K) services will operate on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, departing Singapore at 7.25 am and arriving at Haikou at 11.05 am. From Haikou, the Jetstar Asia service will depart at 12 pm and arrive in Singapore at 3.30 pm.
To celebrate, Jetstar Asia has launched special one-way fares from Singapore to Haikou from S$128 on jetstar.com from now until 24 April.
Pre pandemic, Jetstar operated over 80 weekly services to six Greater China destination including Haikou, Shantou, Sanya, Xuzhou, Guiyang and Taipei.