Low-cost airline «Jetstar Airways»

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IATA code: JQ
ICAO code: JST
Country: Australia
Operating bases and hubs: Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
Foundation date: 2003
Reward program: Club Jetstar, Qantas Frequent Flyer
Parent company: Qantas
Address: PO Box 4713, Melbourne, Victoria, 3001, Australia
Phone: 131 538 (Australia); + 61 3 9645 5999 (other countries and regions)
Email: [email protected]
Jetstar Airways official website: jetstar.com

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15Melbourne → Coolangatta (Gold Coast)Find tickets
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17Bangkok → MelbourneFind tickets
18Brisbane → AdelaideFind tickets
19Brisbane → CairnsFind tickets
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22Brisbane → MelbourneFind tickets
23Brisbane → PerthFind tickets
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27Cairns → BrisbaneFind tickets
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84Sydney → CairnsFind tickets
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93Sydney → Coolangatta (Gold Coast)Find tickets
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96Wellington → AucklandFind tickets
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98Queenstown → AucklandFind tickets
99Queenstown → MelbourneFind tickets
100Queenstown → SydneyFind tickets

Jetstar Airways: fleet

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Airplane Number of aircraft Number of seats
Airbus A320-200 57 180-186
Airbus A321-200 6 230
Boeing 787-8 11 335

Jetstar Airways: Web check-in

Web check-in for Jetstar Airways flights opens 24 hours and closes 3 hours before scheduled departure.

Jetstar Airways: Check-in at the airport

  • Check-in at the airport for international flights of the low-cost Jetstar Airways starts 3 hours and closes 60 minutes before the flight departure.
  • Airport check-in for Jetstar Airways domestic flights within Australia starts 2 hours and closes 40 minutes before departure.

Jetstar Airways: bundles, checked baggage and carry-on baggage allowance

Bundles Starter Starter Plus Starter Max Flex Business Business Max
Carry-on baggage 7 kg combined weight 7 kg combined weight 7 kg combined weight 14 kg 14 kg (maximum 10 kg for a single item) 14 kg (maximum 10 kg for a single item)
Checked baggage $ 20 kg 30 kg $ 30 kg 30 kg

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Sydney14 July 2022Tickets from 76
Brisbane26 August 2022Tickets from 168
Adelaide5 July 2022Tickets from 276
Darwin28 December 2022Tickets from 337
Coolangatta (Gold Coast)4 July 2022Tickets from 370
Denpasar1 November 2022Tickets from 392
Phuket5 September 2022Tickets from 397
Bangkok5 September 2022Tickets from 426
Nadi10 January 2023Tickets from 489
Cairns12 July 2022Tickets from 589
Dubai5 September 2022Tickets from 819
Honolulu26 August 2022Tickets from 884
Moscow15 September 2022Tickets from 1 524

Jetstar Airways: Flight destinations

Jetstar flies to 22 domestic destinations and 15 international destinations in 9 countries across Asia, North America and Oceania.
Flights operated by Jetstar, and does not include Jetstar Asia or Jetstar Japan destinations.

Country City Airport
Australia Adelaide Adelaide Airport
Ayers Rock Ayers Rock Airport
Ballina Ballina Airport
Brisbane Brisbane Airport
Busselton Busselton Margaret River Airport
Cairns Cairns Airport
Canberra Canberra Airport
Darwin Darwin International Airport
Gold Coast Gold Coast Airport
Hamilton Island Great Barrier Reef Airport
Hervey Bay Hervey Bay Airport
Hobart Hobart Airport
Launceston Launceston Airport
Mackay Mackay Airport
Melbourne/Geelong Avalon Airport
Melbourne Melbourne Airport
Newcastle Newcastle Airport
Perth Perth Airport
Proserpine Whitsunday Coast Airport
Rockhampton Rockhampton Airport
Sunshine Coast Sunshine Coast Airport
Sydney Sydney Airport
Townsville Townsville Airport
China Beijing Beijing Capital International Airport
Wuhan Wuhan Tianhe International Airport
Zhengzhou Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport
Cook Islands Rarotonga Rarotonga International Airport
Fiji Nadi Nadi International Airport
Indonesia Denpasar I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport
Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport
Mataram Lombok International Airport
Japan Nagoya Chūbu Centrair International Airport
Osaka Kansai International Airport
Tokyo Narita International Airport
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport
New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport
Christchurch Christchurch Airport
Dunedin Dunedin Airport
Napier Hawke’s Bay Airport
Nelson Nelson Airport
New Plymouth New Plymouth Airport
Palmerston North Palmerston North Airport
Queenstown Queenstown Airport
Wellington Wellington Airport
Philippines Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Singapore Singapore Changi Airport
South Korea Seoul Incheon International Airport
Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Phuket Phuket International Airport
United States Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Tan Son Nhat International Airport

Jetstar Airways: History

Jetstar Airways is an Australian budget airline, a division of Qantas, founded in 2003. Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. The company was founded in response to the entry of Virgin Blue (now Virgin Australia). The airline operates many domestic flights, as well as international transportation. In addition to Jetstar Airways, the parent company Qantas has stakes in airlines such as Jetstar Asia Airways and Valuair in Singapore (due to a stake in Orange Star) and Jetstar Pacific Airlines in Vietnam. Base airport — Melbourne.

The airline was founded by Qantas in 2003 as a low-cost airline. Prior to that, Qantas acquired Impulse Airlines on November 20, 2001 and transferred it to the QantasLink brand. After the decision was made to organize a budget airline, it was renamed Jetstar Airways. The sale of tickets for the new company’s flights began in February 2004, and the first domestic flight took place on May 25 of that year. The first international flight to Christchurch, New Zealand took place on December 1, 2005. Although Jetstar Airways is a division of Qantas, the company is managed independently of Qantas management.

The airline’s first office was located at Avalon Airport. The first flight from this airport took place in mid-2004.

Selection of seats in the cabin of introduction on all flights of the airline from October 4, 2006. Jetstar Airways was the first airline in Australia to offer such a service to its passengers.

Jetstar Asia Airways’ first flight took place on December 13, 2004 from Singapore to Hong Kong. Thanks to this, Qantas entered the huge market of budget air transportation in Asia and was able to impose competition from Singapore Airlines, which is its main competitor in the market of Southeast Asia. Qantas has a 42.5% stake in Jetstar Asia Airways.

Since July 2006, Jetstar Airways and Jetstar Asia Airways have been merged under a single Jetstar brand and it has become possible to purchase tickets from both airlines on Jetstar.com.

In July 2007, Qantas acquired a 18% stake in Vietnamese carrier Pacific Airlines, and in 2010 increased its stake to 30%. On May 23, 2008, the airline was renamed Jetstar Pacifi.

On April 28, 2009, Jetstar began daily flights from Auckland to the Gold Coast and Sydney. On June 10 of the same year, the airline began regular domestic flights in New Zealand between Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown. On these routes, Jetstar has replaced Jetconnect.

On February 1, 2011, Jetstar began working with the Oneworld Alliance to enable Jetstar routes to be reserved for all Alliance partners. However, tickets in this case must be purchased through Qantas.

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