Low fares leader Jetstar has launched sales on its direct Darwin- Manila* tri-weekly A320 service from its expanding international flying hub in Darwin, representing the next growth phase in Jetstar’s increasingly integrated pan Asian network.
The service, to commence from 9 February 2011*, will also conveniently link into Jetstar’s Darwin hub from key southern interstate markets, including Sydney and Melbourne.
As a new Qantas Group international route and latest Jetstar international flight into Asia, now the world’s largest aviation market, Jetstar will offer a unique value flight offering for travellers directly linking northern Australia via Darwin to the Philippines capital.
Jetstar currently offers direct connections twice a day to Manila from its Singapore hub, and this new service from Australia complements the existing Qantas international services to the Philippines from Sydney.
Jetstar will launch the new route with one-way sale fares from Darwin to Manila* from $99 (JetSaver Light**).The sale will also offerthrough faresSydney – Darwin – Manila*and Melbourne – Darwin – Manila* from $199 (JetSaver Light**) at Jetstar.com as part of their Friday Fare Frenzy from 16:00 – 20:00pm (AEDT). (#Terms and Conditions apply)
Jetstar’s everyday fares start from $169 for Darwin – Manila* (JetSaver Light) are up to 30 per cent lower then current competitors’ fares between Australia and the Philippines.
For 2011 the Philippines is ranked by Lonely Planet as a ‘Top 10 Best Value’ destination, renowned for its affordable beaches, distinctive food and low cost island hopping opportunities.
Jetstar Group Chief Executive Officer Bruce Buchanan said the airline’s commitment to increasing choice and accessibility to international low fare flights to Asian destinations marks a further expansion and reinforces Jetstar’s commitment to its innovative international flying hub in Darwin.
Jetstar Head of Government and Commercial Partnerships Unni Menon said in Darwin: “Jetstar’s new low fare international offering will be an attractive link for both Filipino visitors and the Filipino-Australian community in Darwin, amongst the largest in the country.”
“Filipino Australians now represent the third largest overseas born population base in Darwin. This alone will drive personal, holiday and commercial related travel between Darwin and Manila* and underpin this service to set a sound platform to attract larger Asian visitation to Australia,” he said.
Jetstar fares are combined with award-winning customer service, strengthened by the launch of the Jetstar Customer Guarantee earlier this year in a first for the aviation industry in this region.
Jetstar’s Darwin – Manila *schedule – flights commence 9 February 2011
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*Subject to regulatory approval.
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Source = Jetstar