Jetstar Jetstar Airlines

Looking to book a flight out of Australia? Jetstar is the obvious choice, as Australia's low-cost airline offering regional and international flights daily. A subsidiary of Qantas headquartered in Melbourne, Jetstar combines low-cost airfare, convenience, and excellent in-flight entertainment for the modern traveler.
As a traveler on a budget, the first thing that draws you to Jetstar is low ticket prices. What makes a customer loyal to Jetstar is its awesome services – from in-flight iPads to frequent flyer rewards!
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Competitive Airfares: Jetstar's competitive airfares are a huge plus. Their best deals are on domestic flights in Australia and to New Zealand, beating out a lot of their competitor's prices. For example, if you want to go on an exotic vacation, you can fly from Sydney to Fiji for around $400! If you’re looking to fly within Australia, say for business or to visit friends or family, you’ll find even better prices. They have up to 20 Melbourne to Sydney flights a day, so one is bound to suit.
Destinations: Based in Melbourne, Jetstar flies to most Australian Airports, including Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, Adelaide, Gold Coast, and more. This makes it very convenient to find a flight that will work for you, whether you’re going on a family vacation or a business trip. Jetstar even offers flights to destinations worldwide, including the United States, Thailand, China, Malaysia, and more.
Awards: How do you know Jetstar is worth your time and money? Well, Jetstar has won several awards for its awesome services. Skytrax named Jetstar the Best Low-Cost Airline for the Australia/Pacific region in 2007, 2009, and 2011. What’s even more impressive? In 2007, Skytrax named Jetstar the Best Low-Cost Airline Worldwide. With awards like this, you know you’re getting the best your money can buy. You can worry less about your trip and focus on having fun!
State of the Art Technology: Jetstar operates the biggest and the best aircraft, including three Airbus models (A320-200, A321-200, and A330-200) and the Boeing 787-8. On the A330-200, you have the option of flying Business Class. You’ll have the luxury of premium leather seats, more room for luggage, and even better, more room to stretch out. Business Class services include tasty meals and beverage options as well! With big planes like, Jetstar can offer lots of tickets and accommodate lots of passengers. You won’t have to worry about limited numbers of seats.
Entertainment: Not only does Jetstar fly the best planes, they offer the best options for in-flight entertainment. iPads! Jetstar is the first air carrier to offer iPads for passengers to use in-flight. The iPads come pre-loaded with awesome games, movies, and magazines, to keep you entertained through your flight. What can be better than that?
Frequent Flyer and Loyalty Programs: Flying with Jetstar pays off. When you fly Business Class, you earn Frequent Flyer points through Qantas’ program. You’ll even get access to Qantas lounges so you can relax while waiting for your flights.
With awesome benefits like low ticket prices, a wide variety of destinations, and state-of-the-art entertainment, Jetstar is obviously the right choice. Whether you’re flying within Australia or internationally, Jetstar can accommodate your needs.

Domestic Jetstar Airfares on Sale

LauncestontoSydneyDep: Tue 03/Nov/15one way$67Select Flight
Melbourne toBallinaDep: Sun 26/Jul/15one way$97Select Flight
SydneytoLauncestonDep: Sun 17/May/15one way$67Select Flight

International Jetstar Airfares on Sale

MelbournetoChristchurchDep: Sat 13/Jun/15Ret: Sat 27/Jun/15$288Select Flight
MelbournetoZagrebDep: Mon 01/Jun/15Ret: Thu 18/Jun/15$1,487Select Flight
SydneytoHonoluluDep: Sat 02/May/15Ret: Fri 29/May/15$609Select Flight

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Jetstar flys to:
Honolulu, Auckland, Christchurch, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth

What people are saying about jetstar right now:

Twitter: From user 'Maximus Prime'
@Jetstar_Asia please check my email reply re:ABKW8G booking reference.
Twitter: From user 'Gerard Pique'
Flying jetstar: $10 for meal $20 for in flight entertainment $10 for blanket $10 for 2 waters $5 to fart #budget #chargeforanything
Pinoy talent search finalists in 'Asia's Got Talent' - Manila Standard Today
Jetstar, the official airline sponsor of Asia's Got Talent, invites every Filipino throughout the world to come and visit the specially created microsite ( and watch a video of the Velasco Brothers, finalists in the 2009 edition of Pilipinas Got ...
Twitter: From user 'brisbane bargains'
Jetstar Business Class Sale: Return Fares Bali $758, Singapore $780, Bangkok… #brisbanedeal
Should the CFO report to the CIO? - CIO Australia
While I have no past experience working at Jetstar, I do understand that the company was a 'disruptor', a Qantas offshoot that was setup to segment the market and appeal to travelers with low cost airfares. It is apparent that JetStar has been used to drive ...
Jetstar's 'opt-out' pricing under investigation - Radio New Zealand offered pre-selection on three products during the booking process: checked baggage, seat selection, and travel insurance. It said preselected were clearly displayed and easy for customers to deselect by ticking a button and continuing with their ...
Jetstar pilot hailed a hero after aborting landing in Sydney's vicious storm - The Daily Telegraph
A Jetstar spokeswoman confirmed the flight was forced to make a second landing due to very “poor visibility” just after 6am. “All our pilots are trained to the highest standards and this can happen in very bad weather as we are having in Sydney at the moment ...
Twitter: From user 'syaqirin ariffin'
Tmr jetstar kick off. Yay finally a game where i can play my faberet position.
Twitter: From user 'brisbane bargains'
Jetstar Business Class Sale: Return Fares Bali $758, Singapore $780, Bangkok… #brisbanedeal
Fears raised over Jetstar's market entry only a scare tactic - South China Morning Post (subscription)
The article ";Why is Jetstar so keen to become a Hong Kong airline?"; (April 9) struck me as a little odd. The purpose of the piece seems to be more of an attempt to instil the notion that the introduction of further home-based low-cost carriers is a ";Trojan horse";, ...