New Jetstar Perth low fare connections to Singapore

Australia’s low fares airline Jetstar has announced new connections to Singapore* via its daily Indonesian services (Denpasar and Jakarta) which will offer full connectivity options for passengers travelling onto Europe with Qantas.

From 14 July 2009* Jetstar will operate its existing four times weekly Perth-Denpasar (Bali) and three times weekly Perth-Jakarta A320 services onwards to Singapore* and return. (* Flights subject to regulatory approval).

Representing a further expansion of Jetstar’s short haul international operations from Perth to support its near Asian growth strategy, all services will commence and terminate in Perth with the same flight number in each direction.

The timings of these new daily Singapore* connections will allow northbound connectivity for passengers flying with Qantas to and from Singapore onto Frankfurt and London. These services will also offer a same day northbound connection to Mumbai with Qantas from Singapore.

The new connections are in addition to Jetstar’s existing daily direct Perth-Singapore A320 flight which was introduced from 2 December 2008 as an incremental Qantas Group service on this popular route.

Jetstar backs its every day low fares commitment to customers with a Price Beat Guarantee, which means when booking on Jetstar at a similar date or time we will beat any competitor by 10 per cent (see for terms and conditions).

Jetstar Chief Executive Officer Bruce Buchanan said these new international through services from Perth to Singapore* supported Jetstar’s developing plans for the Western Australian capital as part of its evolving Pan Asian strategy to better connect both Australia with Asia as well as undertaking more flying within the region.

“These new international services bring more low fare opportunities to travel intra-Asia as well between Perth and Singapore* through Jetstar’s every day low fare services,” Mr Buchanan said.

“Perth is a strategic port in the development of our Pan Asian network.

“These new services effectively double Jetstar’s existing capacity into Singapore from Perth and importantly provide both Australian and international travellers with a seamless northbound connection in Singapore to meet key Qantas international services through to Europe.

“Our future introduction of interline ticketing, initially through Qantas, as well as planned future interline and ticket settlement agreements with a number of leading Asian and European international carriers, will also provide future stimulus to these flights, and likely down the line benefits to the Western Australian tourism industry.”

Last week Jetstar announced the establishment of a pilot base in Perth to help support the growth of its international services and growing footprint into near Asia.

“Establishing a pilot base in Perth is the next step in the development of our Perth hub and the further growth of our links between Australia and Asia,” Mr Buchanan said.

Jetstar’s Perth-Denpasar-Singapore* and Perth-Jakarta-Singapore* services are now available at

JetSaver Light^ one way web fares from Perth-Denpasar start from $AUD239 and one way JetSaver Light^ web fares from Perth-Jakarta starting from $AUD209 at

The new onward services between both Jakarta and Bali to Singapore* are currently on sale with special JetSaver Light^ one way web fares from $18 USD and $29 SGD all inclusive at These sale fares are available until 18.00 AWST 20 March 2009 unless seats sell out prior. The offer is for travel between 14 July 2009-18 November 2009 excluding school holidays, some black out periods and are subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply see

All day every day JetSaver Light^ fares between Bali-Singapore will start from $37 USD and $85 SGD one way all inclusive with JetSaver Light^ fares between Jakarta-Singapore starting from $55 USD and $110 SGD one way all inclusive at

Perth – Denpasar – Singapore services*

For schedule period 14 July – 3 October 2009

Flight Number - STD (local time) - STA (local time) - Frequency

  • JQ116 - Dep PER 10.50 am - Arr DPS 14.45 pm - Mon, W, Fri
  • JQ116 - Dep PER 10.45 am - Arr DPS 14:45 pm - Sat
  • JQ116 - Dep DPS 15.25 pm - Arr SIN 17.35 pm - Mon, W, Fri, Sat

Flight Number - STD (local time) - STA (local time) - Frequency

  • JQ117 - Dep SIN 18.35 pm - Arr DPS 21.20 pm - Mon, W, Fri, Sat
  • JQ117 - Dep DPS 22.15 pm - Arr PER 01.30 am - Wed, Fri, Sat
  • JQ117 - Dep DPS 22.10 pm - Arr PER 01.30 am - Mon

Perth – Jakarta – Singapore services*

For schedule period 14 July – 3 October 2009

Flight Number - STD (local time) - STA (local time) - Frequency

  • JQ114 - Dep PER 10.55 am - Arr CGK 14.25 pm - Tues, Thur, Sun
  • JQ114 - Dep CGK 15.05 pm - Arr SIN 17.35 pm - Tues, Thur, Sun

Flight Number - STD (local time) - STA (local time) - Frequency

  • JQ115 - Dep SIN 18.05 pm - Arr CGK 18.45 pm - Tues, Thur, Sun
  • JQ115 - Dep CGK 19.55 pm - Arr PER 01.15 am - Tues, Thur, Sun

* Subject to regulatory approval

^ JetSaver Light fares - conditions apply.

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About Jetstar Group

Jetstar first took to the skies in 2004 and has since flown more than 350 million customers across an extensive international and domestic network. The Jetstar Group is made up of Jetstar Airways (subsidiary of the Qantas Group) in Australia and New Zealand, Jetstar Asia in Singapore, and Jetstar Japan in Japan. A leading low-fares airline, Jetstar is committed to offering everyday low fares to enable more people to fly to more places, more often. As one of Asia Pacific’s fastest-growing airline brands, Jetstar was voted Best Low-Cost Airline in Asia Pacific in 2021 and was recognized for its excellent flight safety records and services when listed on the "2022 World's Top 10 LCC" released by Airline Ratings.