Long-haul Jetstar

THE Australian International Air Services Commission (IASC) has approved Qantas’ applications that will enable Jetstar to operate long-haul international services from Australia to South-East Asia, Japan and the Pacific from later this year. Last month, Jetstar released plans to commence flights to six international destinations covering nine international routes directly from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane. Perth services will follow. Jetstar is seeking to commence long-haul international flights from November 2006 operating an initial fleet of Airbus A330-200s offering two classes of service. Jetstar’s proposed launch of long-haul destinations from Australia include Bangkok, Phuket, Ho Chi Minh City, Osaka, Bali and Honolulu.

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