Jetstar will serve eight cities across Southeast Asia in October, operating over 100 flights in the month.
While the number of destinations has not increased over September, Jetstar Asia will operate more flights this month, with increases in frequency to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur.
The eight cities it will serve in October are:
- Cambodia: Phnom Penh
- Indonesia: Jakarta
- Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur, Penang
- Thailand: Bangkok
- The Philippines: Clark, Manila
- Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City
The full schedule
|Sector||Flight no.||Days of ops||Dep||Arr||Flight time||Aircraft|
|Singapore – Bangkok^||3K513||Mon, Fri||1910||2040||2h 30m||A320|
|Bangkok – Singapore||3K514||Mon, Fri||2120||0050(+1)||2h 30m||A320|
|Singapore – Clark*||3K775||Wed||0920||1300||3h 40m||A320|
|Clark – Singapore*||3K776||Wed||1400||1740||3h 40m||A320|
|Ho Chi Minh City – Singapore@||3K556||Sat||0855||1155||2h||A320|
|Singapore – Jakarta||3K201||Mon, Thu, Sat||0755||0900||2h 5m||A320|
|Jakarta – Singapore||3K202||Mon, Thu, Sat||0940||1240||2h||A320|
|Singapore – Kuala Lumpur||3K663||Wed, Sun||0935||1040||1h 5m||A320|
|3K685||Thu, Sat||1250||1355||1h 5m||A320|
|Kuala Lumpur – Singapore||3K664||Wed, Sun||1120||1230||1h 10m||A320|
|3K686||Thu, Sat||1440||1545||1h 5m||A320|
|Singapore – Manila*||3K761||Tue||0615||0950||3h 35m||A320|
|Manila – Singapore*||3K762||Tue, Fri||1030||1410||3h 40m||A320|
|3K766||Sat, Sun||2140||0120(+1)||3h 40m||A320|
|Singapore – Penang||3K675||Sun||1510||1650||1h 40m||A320|
|Penang – Singapore||3K676||Sun||1715||1840||1h 25m||A320|
|Singapore – Phnom Penh||3K593||Fri||1325||1440||2h 15m||A320|
|Phnom Penh – Singapore||3K594||Fri||1525||1825||2h||A320|
*Passengers on flights to and from The Philippines will be required to wear face shields
^Flights to Bangkok will commence from 26 Oct 2020
@Flights from Singapore to Ho Chi Minh City are cargo-only flights
#Commencing 18 Oct 2020
Jetstar Fly Flexible policy
Jetstar Asia has introduced a one-time free date change for even its most basic booking. This applies for flights bought through its website between 7 Mar and 31 Oct 2020, for travel before 31 Dec 2020. However, any fare difference will need to be covered. Note that changes should be made before check-in opens.
Having said that, you should only be travelling if you are returning to your home country, or if you have pre-approval to fly. Jetstar Asia is currently not approved for transit in Singapore, so customers who wish to travel via Singapore with Jetstar will need to look for alternative arrangements.
Jetstar Asia is still fairly conservative in its planning, but without feeder traffic from key long-haul partners, they will be hard pressed to fill the flights. Jetstar Asia is already looking at a much smaller footprint even after Covid-19, given that it has reduced its fleet to just 13 aircraft, down from 18.
As such, we expect Jetstar’s services to continue to remain low for the coming months, and expansion will be modest until and unless leisure travel starts resuming.