Starting December 1, customers traveling on Jetstar Asia flights from six Asian cities will be able to connect to other destinations across the region. The Singapore-based budget carrier will also resume flights to Surabaya days later.
According to an update on its website, Jetstar Asia passengers from Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Phnom Penh will be able to transit in Singapore to its current network of flights. All connections will be limited to 48 hours at Changi Airport.
In addition to opening transit on its network, Jetstar announced guidelines for making connections at Chani Airport. Travelers will be provided a wristband upon check-in at the origin to be worn at all times, and will be seated in the front of the aircraft to disembark first. Transit passengers will be guided to stay at a Transit Holding Area/Hotel or the departure gate of the onward connecting flight.
Travelers will be able to connect on flights to 8 cities at present. Starting December 5, the airline will resume flights to Surabaya which will be the 9th destination on Jetstar Asia's network for the month.
Jetstar Asia flight network to the following cities during the month of December:
Bangkok – up to two return services a week
Clark (Philippines) – up to two return services a week
Ho Chi Minh City – up to three return services a week
Jakarta - up to five return services a week
Kuala Lumpur – up to six return services a week
Manila- up to five return services a week
Penang – up to three return services a week
Phnom Penh – one return service a week
Surabaya - one return service a week (starting December 5)
NOTE: Outbound flights from Singapore to Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh will be operated as cargo-only services