Low fares leader Jetstar has added Guangzhou to its growing number of mainland China destinations, cementing the carrier as the biggest LCC flying between Singapore and China.
Jetstar will start a daily service to Guangzhou from 22 December 2011, with the addition of its 16th Airbus A320 aircraft to its growing hub in Singapore.
Jetstar Asia Chief Executive Officer Ms Chong Phit Lian said Guangzhou, one of Singapore’s closest trade and tourism partners, was an important next step in Jetstar’s expansion into China.
“Our commitment to Singapore-China routes over the past two years has made Jetstar the fastest growing carrier between the two countries.
“We increased our mainland China capacity by 300 per cent in 2010 and we expect it will rise a further 150 per cent in 2011 to unlock the latent travel demand that low fares create,” added Ms Chong.
Jetstar currently offers services to Guilin, Hangzhou, Haikou, Ningbo, Shantou, Hong Kong, Taipei and Macau. Flights to Beijing start 24 November 2011*.
Jetstar currently operates 147 weekly flights to Greater China, and the latest expansion gives millions more Chinese access to low fare onward flights from Jetstar’s Singapore hub to 26 destinations across Asia Pacific.
To celebrate the start of services to Guangzhou, Jetstar is having a sale fare of starting at S$58 all-inclusive one-way. (Full sale details below). Jetstar’s all day, every day low fares from Singapore to Guangzhou start from S$148, all-inclusive, one-way.
# About the Sale
Jetstar is celebrating the launch of Singapore-Guangzhou services, with an all-inclusive one-way Economy Starter sale fare of S$58. The sale commences 14 October 2011, 11.00am–2.59pm Singapore time on at Jetstar.com unless seats sell out prior. The sale is valid for travel from 7 February 2012 until 7 March 2012
A second sale with an all-inclusive one-way Economy Starter sale fare of S$98 will commence 14 October 2011 from 3.00pm until 19 October 11.59pm Singapore time at Jetstar.com unless seats sell out prior. The sale is valid for travel from 22 December 2011 until 17 January 2012; 7 February until 7 March 2012; and 11 April until 23 May 2012.
Seats are subject to availability and may not be available on all flights. Terms and conditions apply, see Jetstar.com for details.
Jetstar’s daily flight schedule:
Singapore-Guangzhou (from 22 December 2011)
Guangzhou-Singapore (from 23 December 2011)
For passengers travelling from Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Jetstar offers free hourly shuttle services from Johor Bahru Kotaraya II Bus Terminal to Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 1 Coach Bay from 5.00am daily.
The Jetstar Group is one of Asia Pacific’s fastest growing airline brands with one of the most extensive ranges of destinations in the region. It is made up of Jetstar Airways (subsidiary of the Qantas Group) in Australia and New Zealand, Jetstar Asia in Singapore, Jetstar Pacific in Vietnam, and Jetstar Japan in Japan. Jetstar branded carriers operate up to 4,200 flights a week to more than 75 destinations. The Jetstar Group carried more than 34 million passengers in financial year 2016.