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Jetstar Asia’s Inaugural Flight Between Singapore Changi and Wuxi Takes to the Skies

Jetstar announced today that Jetstar Asia’s inaugural service between Singapore Changi and Wuxi, flight 3K833, took flight this morning.  The route will now operate twice weekly, doubling to four weekly services from January 15, 2024.


Jetstar Asia Celebrates Inaugural Flight Between Singapore and Wuxi, China on December 28, 2023 - Courtesy Jetstar

On Thursday (December 28, 2023), Jetstar announced that Jetstar Asia’s inaugural flight between Singapore Changi International Airport to Wuxi’s Sunan Shuofang International Airport took to the skies this morning with the departure of flight 3K833.  This is the low-cost carrier’s second destination in mainland China, and the Wuxi route will now operate twice weekly until increasing to four times per week from January 15, 2024.  Jetstar Asia will operate the route with an Airbus A320 Family jet, offering over 70,000 seats between the two destinations annually.


In Thursday’s announcement, Jetstar Asia’s CEO, Barathan Pasupathi, said,


“This year has seen us increase our fleet, expand our network and grow our Jetstar family, so launching a brand-new route to such an important destination is a fitting way to end the year.  China is a critical market for Jetstar and our customers, so it’s great to start flying to Wuxi, our second Chinese port following the successful launch of flights to Haikou early this year.


“We’ve seen strong demand for this route since we announced it in October, especially as borders are open and COVID travel restrictions have been removed.  Our low fares will ensure our customers in China and Singapore can enjoy seamless and affordable connectivity between these two cities, bridging access to the Yangtze River Delta region.  This will not only enhance travel experiences for business and tourism, but also enable families and friends to reconnect.”


Jetstar Asia's Schedule Between Singapore and Wuxi - Courtesy Jetstar

Launched in in 2004, Jetstar Airways is wholly owned by the Qantas Group, and has to date carried over 350 million passengers, operating in Australia and New Zealand.  The Jetstar Group also includes Jetstar Asia in Singapore and Jetstar Japan.  A low-cost carrier, Jetstar is committed to offering everyday low fares to enable more people to fly to more places.


 

Source: Jetstar Airways

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