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Tourism Australia and Jetstar will spend A$10 million ($13 million) on a Japanese advertising campaign in an effort to boost tourist numbers devastated by Japan's earthquake and tsunami.
A distressed passenger sat with her boyfriend's body for more than nine hours after watching him choke during the Jetstar flight from Singapore to Auckland.
BANGKOK (eTN) - Last Tuesday marked an end to a marketing trump that AirAsia had been branding for over two years.
A new agreement between Tourism Western Australia (WA) and Jetstar is set to increase visitor numbers to Perth from the east coast.
SINGAPORE- The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) celebrated a major milestone in Singapore’s inbound tourism arrivals today – achieving its first one‐million visitor arrivals in a single month.
The pilot of a no-frills Australian airline is being investigated over claims he was texting on his mobile phone during landing.
28 January 2010 – Changi Airport Group (CAG) and Jetstar signed an agreement today to launch a strategic partnership that will see Jetstar continue to make Singapore Changi Airport its largest air h
In a world first for low cost airlines, Jetstar and AirAsia announced today they would form a new alliance that would reduce costs, pool expertise and ultimately result in cheaper fares for both carri
A paralympic champion who dragged himself through an airport after a budget airline made him check in his wheelchair has received an apology.
Visiting Cambodia’s two major cities of Siem Reap and Phnom Penh will soon be more affordable and enjoyable. Starting July 28, 2008, Jetstar Asia passengers flying to Cambodia can enjoy stopovers in the historical city of Siem Reap besides traveling on direct flights to Phnom Penh.
Beginning June 2, 2008, Valuair will offer three weekly morning and three evening flights to Medan instead of its current six times weekly morning flights. With this new flight schedule, passengers traveling to Medan can expect more convenience and connectivity.
Jetstar Asia has embarked on a donation drive on selected flights to provide aid to survivors of the horrific earthquake that rocked Sichuan province in China on May 12, 2008. Jetstar Asia is the first and only airline in Singapore to organize an in-flight donation drive for the earthquake survivors.
The Australian airline Jetstar is preparing to employ 75 foreign pilots under the federal government's temporary skilled migration visa.Jetstar's general manager of corporate relations, Simon Westaway, says the airline needs the extra pilots to cope with its expansion, especially the use of wide-bodied jets throughout Asia.
Jetstar is employing "mystery shoppers" to travel on its network and check service standards.The move comes as the Qantas offshoot has eclipsed Europe's easyJet and Ryanair in terms of its growth profile and is heading for more than 100 aircraft in 2012.