Jetstar Group operates from Changi Airport Terminal 4 - Changi Airport Group photo

Jetstar Group Now Operates from Changi Airport Terminal 4

Jetstar Asia and Jetstar Airways have commenced operations from Changi Airport Terminal 4 today. The budget carrier moved from Changi Airport Terminal 1 after months of preparations by Changi Airport Group, the airline and airport partners. Two rounds of orientation flights were conducted on 22 February and 9 March this year.

Jetstar Asia flight 3K766 arrived in Singapore at 12.40 am from Manila while flight 3K761 departed for Manila at 6.15 am. Jetstar Airways’ first flight JQ8 will depart from T4 from Melbourne at 10.10 pm tonight.

Passengers flying on the 25 Jetstar Group services from T4 today will receive tote bags and luggage tags to mark the special occasion. Live music, dance performances and photo opportunities near the airline’s check-in row will entertain travellers.

Jetstar and Qantas premium passengers can enjoy complimentary access to Blossom – SATS & Plaza Premium Lounge whenever they travel through Changi Airport. The lounge is also available to economy class passengers on a pay-per-use basis. The Early Check-in Facilities at Jewel Changi Airport are available to Jetstar Asia passengers.

“As a Singapore-based carrier, Changi has been Jetstar Asia’s home for nearly 19 years and over this time the Jetstar Group has welcomed more than 50 million customers, taking them to incredible places, reuniting them with family and friends, and welcoming them home again. The move to T4 will enable us to grow our fleet, our capacity, and our network of exciting destinations so millions more will have access to our affordable fares.”

Mr. Barathan Pasupathi, Jetstar Asia’s Chief Executive Officer

From now till 24 March 11.59 pm, Jetstar Asia has launched promotional fares. One-way fares start from S$69 to destinations such as Clark, Denpasar, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Penang, Phnom Penh and Phuket.

With Jetstar Group operating from Terminal 4, 20 airlines will operate from this terminal, serving 30 destinations. The terminal has registered over three million passenger movements since T4 resumed operations in September last year. There are also new tenants at the terminal including Aji Ichi Sushi Bar in the public area and Korean streetwear brand Acmé de la vie (ADLV) and electronics store Metapod in the transit area. The Heritage Zone is fully open. Local brands, including Bengawan Solo, Eu Yan Sang, Heavenly Wang, and Old Chang Kee offer travellers a range of local food and souvenirs. More new brands will be opening in the coming months. For dining, travellers can visit Crystal Jade GO for dim sum and Cantonese dishes or a wide variety of Arabica coffee from Bacha Coffee.

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