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Jetstar expands international services

written by | December 17, 2012
Jetstar takes off on expanded international services. (Seth Jaworski)

Jetstar has re-introduced nonstop services between Melbourne and Honolulu, and has increased the frequency of its nonstop services to Bali from Melbourne and Sydney to daily.

An additional 19,000 seats a month have been added by the new services, which began on December 15.

Jetstar CEO Australia and New Zealand David Hall said the popularity of the airline’s Sydney-Honolulu services prompted the re-introduction of direct flight from Melbourne.


The airline will also increase its services between Sydney and Phuket to four-weekly.

Read about Jetstar in the January/February issue of Australian Aviation out January 2.

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