Jetstar Asia has received approval to operate 11 additional services a week from Singapore to six cities in the network including Bali, Da Nang, Manila, Penang, Phuket and Phnom Penh, boosting access to the popular Southeast Asia metropolitan hubs.
The new additional services provide more opportunities for fully vaccinated travellers to travel freely within the region to wonderful leisure destinations.
Penang: Beginning next week, Jetstar will treble its weekly services to Penang with two new weekday flights and one new Saturday service, providing travellers more alternatives for travel between Singapore and Penang. One-way low fares start from SGD60.
Manila: Jetstar will also add three double daily services to Manila on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, bringing its total weekly flights to 10. Customers will be delighted to know that one-way low fares start from SGD138.
Phnom Penh: Starting from 7 June, Jetstar will introduce one additional weekday service to Phnom Penh in Cambodia, offering customers up to six options per week. One-way low fares are available from SGD129.
Phuket: From 6 June, Jetstar will add a Monday service to its line up of services to Phuket. Fares start from SGD73.
New Entry Requirements in Thailand from 1 June 2022
Da Nang: From this week, Jetstar will also add a Friday evening service to Da Nang, to allow travellers to maximise their weekend in the beautiful Vietnamese city. One-way low fares start from SGD97.
Bali: From 13 June, Jetstar will operate daily services from Singapore to Bali.
Jetstar’s Fly Flexible policy offers customers who book flights before 30 June 2022 with a ‘fee free’ date change when travelling before 31 August 2023. Jetstar have also extended credit vouchers for use until at least 31 December 2022, for flights up to the end of 2023.
Jetstar’s Fly Well safety measures offer an added layer of protection and demonstrate our commitment to keeping our people and our customers safe.