Jetstar Asia announced (14-Jul-2011) plans to launch four times weekly Singapore-Hanoi service from 15-Dec-2011. Jetstar will increase its Singapore-Ho Chi Minh City service frequency from 14 to 21 times weekly on 18-Aug-2011. In total, the new services represents an increase of 78% in the carrier's capacity between Singapore and Vietnam. [more] - see Route Changes Table for more information.
Jetstar to launch Singapore-Hanoi route
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