18-Mar-2010 9:12 AM

Jetstar to increase Singapore-Hong Kong frequency to 16x weekly

Jetstar Asia plans (17-Mar-2010) to increase Singapore-Hong Kong frequency to 16 times weekly on 14-May-2010. The new services are part of Jetstar’s previously announced plans to grow capacity by 46% over 12 months and its strategy to increase its footprint across both mainland and greater China. As a result of this growth, Jetstar’s fleet will increase to 10 A320 aircraft by mid this year. [more]

Jetstar Asia: “China is a major focus for us and whilst new routes are being investigated, increasing our presence on existing strong markets like Singapore – Hong Kong is an important part of our Chinese and Pan Asian strategy,” Chong Phit Lian, CEO. Source: Jetstar Asia, 17-Mar-2010.

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