Melbourne,
16
February
2011
|
02:00
Australia/Melbourne

Update on Jetstar Darwin services 1200

Darwin Airport is presently closed until further notice and as a result Jetstar has cancelled all of its current scheduled services to and from Darwin today (Wednesday 16 February) up until 0800 tomorrow morning (Thursday 17 February).

Jetstar continues to work closely with Darwin Airport regarding the status of safe flying operations. Jetstar.com will be regularly updated with the latest information, including the status of remaining fights for tomorrow (Thursday 17 February).

Jetstar wishes to advise its affected customers of the fare flexibility with respect to their travel bookings, including refunds, re-routing and change to travel dates/times for no fee.

Jetstar passengers will be informed of their revised travel itineraries and re-accommodation options once determined, based on the latest weather advice.

Flexible fare arrangements:

Jetstar is providing flexible arrangements for customers affected by cancellations and customers travelling on domestic or international flights to or from Darwin up until midnight Friday 18 February 2011, including refunds, re-routing or changes to travel dates/times for no fee:

Travel must be taken prior to 15 April 2011.

Jetstar Telephone Reservations can be contacted on 131 538.

Jetstar customers with near travel requirements to and from Darwin should check Jetstar.com, which will be updated regularly or please call the Jetstar Contact Centre directly on 131 538.

The safety of our passengers, our people and modern fleet is Jetstar’s number one priority. The airline is seeking to minimize impact on flyers and apologises for any inconvenience caused.

Status of Jetstar flight operations

Cancellations:

17 February 2011

  • JQ 58 Darwin-Cairns (0620 departure)
  • JQ 62 Darwin-Melbourne (0730 departure)
  • JQ 669 Darwin-Adelaide (0140 departure)
  • JQ 76 Darwin-Sydney (0715 departure)
  • JQ 82 Darwin-Brisbane (0640 departure)

16 February 2011

  • JQ 57 Cairns-Darwin (1245 departure)
  • JQ 57 Darwin-Singapore (1820 departure)
  • JQ 58 Darwin-Cairns (0620 departure)
  • JQ 58 Singapore-Darwin (2210 departure)
  • JQ 61 Melbourne-Darwin (1405 departure)
  • JQ 62 Darwin-Melbourne (0730 departure)
  • JQ 670 Adelaide-Darwin (2215 departure)
  • JQ 677 Darwin-Melbourne (0150 departure)
  • JQ 74 Darwin-Sydney (0715 departure)
  • JQ 75 Darwin-Manila (1900 departure)
  • JQ 75 Sydney-Darwin (1400 departure)
  • JQ 76 Manila-Darwin (2255 departure)
  • JQ 81 Brisbane-Darwin (1215 departure)
  • JQ 81 Darwin- Denpasar (1930 departure)
  • JQ 82 Darwin-Brisbane (0640 departure)
  • JQ82 Denpasar-Darwin (2250 departure)

15 February 2011

  • JQ 58 Singapore-Darwin (2210 departure)
  • JQ 678 Melbourne-Darwin (2215 departure)
  • JQ 74 Ho Chi Minh City-Darwin (2215 departure)
  • JQ 82 Denpasar-Darwin (2250 departure)

Jetstar continues to work closely with Darwin Airport regarding the status of safe flying operations. Jetstar.com will be regularly updated with the latest information.

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.