Melbourne,
02
July
2011
|
04:00
Australia/Melbourne

Jetstar to assist customers affected by Tiger suspension

Jetstar will offer special fares to customers who had booked to travel on Tiger Airways’ domestic Australian network over the next week, but have had their flight cancelled, in order to minimise the impact on their travel plans.

Jetstar is seeking to assist those customers who have been affected by the suspension of Tiger Airway’s domestic Australian services (from TODAY 2 July 2011 until 06.00 on SATURDAY 9 July 2011) and will seek to accommodate passengers on available flights where possible.

Jetstar is also considering opportunities to add extra flights to key destinations.

The following fares will apply for Tiger passengers booked to travel over the next 7 days (from TODAY 2 July 2011 until 06.00 SATURDAY 9 July 2011). These fares are subject to availability:

TO/FROM:

TO/FROM:

FARE:

MELBOURNE

HOBART

$100

 

LAUNCESTON

 

 

ADELAIDE

 

 

SYDNEY

 

MELBOURNE

GOLD COAST

$150

 

BRISBANE

 

 

SUNSHINE COAST

 

 

CAIRNS

 

MELBOURNE

PERTH

$200

MELBOURNE (AVALON)

SYDNEY

$100

 

BRISBANE

$150

 

PERTH

$200

SYDNEY

BRISBANE

$100

 

ADELAIDE

 

 

GOLD COAST

 

 

SUNSHINE COAST

 

The above fares include 10kg of carry-on luggage and up to 15kg checked-in luggage.

INSTRUCTIONS: Tiger passengers need to show their Tiger itinerary for travel (between TODAY 2 July 2011 and 06.00 on SATURDAY 9 July 2011) at a Jetstar Service Desk at their point of departure Airport. Where possible and subject to availability, Jetstar will seek to accommodate affected passengers on the next available direct flight to their destination.

The fares will not be available via Jetstar.com or Jetstar Telephone Reservations and will only be available for purchase at the Airport, subject to availability.

Jetstar will be posting updates on Jetstar.com should additional services be confirmed.

About Jetstar

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 5,000 flights a week to more than 85 destinations. The Jetstar Group carried more than 37 million passengers in financial year 2017.