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Jetstar adds more Singapore-Hong Kong services

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 18, 2010
Jetstar is increasing Singapore-Hong Kong services.
Jetstar is increasing Singapore-Hong Kong services.

Jetstar Asia will add more Singapore-Hong Kong services from May 14 as part of its growing operations.

The airline will operate two additional services with 180-seat A320 on Friday and Saturday, aimed at weekend leisure as well as business travellers.

The services are part of a wider push into the China/Pearl River Delta region by the airline. “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,” said Jetstar Asia CEO Chong Phit Lian.

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