Travelling to Singapore anytime from July 16 to August 17, 2011 and /or September 14 to November 16, 2011 ? Well, for your information Jetstar Sg Airways, the low-cost airline based on Australia and a subsidiary of Qantas is slicing down their cheap airfares down to its cheapest. The flight from Manila to Singapore only costs 38 USD (1700 Pesos)!
Aside from Singapore flights, Jetstar Sg also have promo fares to Australian destinations such as Darwin and Sydney. See more details in the list below.
Manila to Singapore – $38
6 July – 17 August 2011
14 September – 16 November 2011
Jetstar Sg has launched flights between Singapore and Auckland in New Zealand. The new daily service is operated by two-class A330 aircraft.
To celebrate the new route, Jetstar Sg has launched a promotion with all inclusive one-way JetSaver Light fares of Sin$248 and StarClass fares for Sin$688. The sale commenced at 00.01 am 17 March 2011 and will run till 11.59pm 21 March 2011.
The promotional fares are valid for travel until October 2011. Terms and conditions apply.
“Jetstar’s continued fast-paced growth out of Singapore now supports an even wider range of connecting itineraries for travellers into and out of Southeast Asia, through Changi. Our approach leverages Singapore Changi Airport’s leading air gateway status in Asia,” said Jetstar Sg Asia CEO, Ms Chong Phit Lian.
“By launching our every day low fare flights on the Singapore-Auckland route, Jetstar Sg will offer the lowest every day fares for travel between Singapore and New Zealand … Whilst this is a challenging time for our neighbours in New Zealand, including in Christchurch, we remain acutely aware of the important role of tourism and its vital contribution to the New Zealand economy.”
Jetstar Sg, Tourism New Zealand and Auckland Airport have launched a multi-million dollar advertising campaign in Singapore featuring local celebrity and Jetstar Sg Ambassador Joanne Peh.
The two-month campaign was shot in New Zealand last month and will appear on television, in print, online and on the interior of MRT trains in Singapore.