Jetstar has organised a sneak preview of its new long haul flight offering from 7-12 December at Suntec City’s Tropics Atrium and 13-15 December at Raffles Place.
This is a prelude to Jetstar’s inaugural Singapore to Melbourne* direct flight on 16 December 2010 (*subject to regulatory approval).
Visitors can catch a first-hand glimpse of Jetstar’s long haul services to Melbourne* and Auckland^, trial the comfortable all-leather seats offered in StarClass, Jetstar’s international business class cabin, and in Economy, and find out more about the range of meals and in-flight entertainment available.
There is also a daily competition to win one of two $1,000 Jetstar Travel Vouchers for visitors who sign up to JetMail for the first time. Friends and families will enjoy posing in front of the destination backdrops for souvenir StarJump snapshots, tasting true Melbourne coffee, admiring a Haka performance and planning for their long haul holidays.
The new routes will be serviced by the Jetstar’s two-class A330-200 fleet where travellers can choose to travel in StarClass or Economy. Jetstar’s StarClass in-flight service presents a new and distinct choice for discerning flyers wanting extra comfort, priority check-in and an enhanced in-flight experience for what many would consider the cost of a full economy international fare with a full service carrier. Additional perks are Qantas Frequent Flyer points at business class rates and complimentary access to Qantas Clubs and other airport lounges.
Jetstar’s high value Economy service offers comfortable all leather seating and a large range of meals, snacks and in-flight entertainment that passengers can choose to pre-purchase or buy on board.
Jetstar’s one-way all inclusive Singapore-Melbourne* JetSaver Light# fares start from $428# and Singapore-Auckland^ fares start from $448# at Jetstar.com. Jetstar’s international A330 fleet will fly direct to Melbourne* from Singapore daily starting 16 December 2010 and to Auckland^ starting 17 March 2011 (*Both flights are subject to regulatory approval).
*Flights to Melbourne commence on 16 December 2010, operated by Jetstar Airways (JQ). ^Flights to Auckland commence on 17 March 2011, operated by Jetstar Airways for Jetstar Asia (3K). Both flights are subject to regulatory approval. Conditions apply.