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Jetstar is Australia's and Singapore’s new low fares airline for Australia and the Asia-Pacific.

Mon to Fri : 9.00am to 6.00pm (local time) Sat, Sun and Public Holidays : 8.00am to 5.00pm (local time)

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  1. Bobo
     04 Oct 2008 at 12:13 pm

    MmM I feel a little weird reading everyone else's review on Jetstar. I've taken Jetstar to Thailand, Siem Reap and Taipei.

    Funnily I remember the planes I took to Thailand and Siem Reap were newer and better compared to the one I took recently to Taipei. Odd huh.

    Anyways, Jetstar is comparatively cheaper. And compared to other budget carriers, it takes off from the main terminals at Changi so that makes it more convenient to get on. If you book your tickets earlier or during promotional periods you can get $38 / $69 tickets easily. A bargain if you ask me. Early booking can also save $200-$300. I guess if you're taking a short flight of 3-4 hours it's a good deal.

    Since it's cheaper (provided you dun buy tickets last minute), there's no inflight entertainment and no free meals. Bottled water costs $3 for a 400ml bottle which is REALLY expensive. A sandwich costs $8 and there isn't much inside. No cool free gifts in the compartment waiting for you and no free blankets if you're cold. Seats are alright, the usual crammed economy seats but a good number may not be able to recline at all.

    So I guess to really make most of your flight on Jetstar, eat just before you board, load videos into your lappie, bring newspapers/books for entertainment.

    Hey. You pay for what you get right? :)

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    1. rainbow29
       13 Jul 2008 at 9:46 pm

      Jetstar actually do not compensate passengers for luggage damages. Personally, I find seats in Jetstar planes to be of poorer quailty.

      I dislike their helpline system. Took very long before I can get through to the customer service officer.

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      1. $money$
         13 Jul 2008 at 9:34 pm

        My sister took Air Asia, Jetstar and Tiger Airways to Bangkok before and as unlucky as she can get, her luggage got damaged when she took Air Aisa and Jetstar. Air Asia was willing to at least give 10 dollars as compensation while Jetstar simply rejected her. (Note: In comparison, I took SQ before to Osaka and they gave me a paid delivery note to send the luggage to their repairer to repair and then deliver it back to me.)

        But this aside, I thought the service was still ok when I took Jetstar to Bangkok. At least I do not need to go to the budget terminal.

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