The StarKids partnership between Jetstar and World Vision supports humanitarian relief and community-based development projects in Australia and across Asia. The partnership aims to transform the lives of communities living in poverty and give kids a brighter future. Money raised through StarKids helps fund important projects in a number of Jetstar’s destinations including Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, as well as in Australia.
Jetstar's Flying Start program invites community groups and organisations across New Zealand, Australia and Singapore to apply for a grant, made up of cash and travel with Jetstar, to fund a project that will enrich the lives of people in their local community.
We’re proud to be the first ever official naming partner for Little Athletics Australia.
Jetstar is helping develop the future swim stars of New Zealand through a partnership with the State OceanKids Swim Series. Winners in the series have the chance to join the Jetstar Super Swim Squad.
Jetstar is committed to minimising its impact on the environment and has introduced various initiatives to address this important issue.
Jetstar passengers on Jetstar Airways (JQ) and Jetstar Pacific (BL) flights can choose to fly carbon neutral when they book at Jetstar.com.
100% of each contribution is used to purchase offsets from verified carbon offset projects in Australia and around the world.
At Jetstar we're supporting the reforestation of 350 hectares of culturally significant land at Ngati Awa Heritage Estate to help prevent land degradation and remove emissions from the atmosphere.
Jetstar deploys a number of fuel efficiency strategies to reduce fuel consumption and minimise our footprint:
The Qantas Group is exploring commercially viable alternatives to traditional jet fuel, namely Sustainable Aviation Fuel. By using things like waste products and algae to make jet fuel, Sustainable Aviation Fuel contributes fewer carbon emissions into the atmosphere.
The Qantas Group will be looking for Sustainable Aviation Fuel options that meet strict safety, environmental and sustainability requirements. To help make Sustainable Aviation Fuel widely available and commercially viable, the Qantas Group joined the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAFUG) and engages regularly with industry, government, suppliers and stakeholders.