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Jetstar Asia + Jetstar Japan | Airline Profiles

Jake Redman December 28, 2015

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Jetstar Asia and Jetstar Japan are sister airlines that provide low-cost air travel in East and Southeast Asia. Their parent company Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines of Australia. Budget-minded air travelers served by these airlines will find convenience, comfort and amenities for a pleasant trip.

Booking Flights

  1. Jetstar Website
    Booking a Jetstar Asia flight online is easily done by following a few simple steps. Input screens automatically adjust for the next input item
  • Choose City of Flight Origination
  • Choose Destination
  • Choose Flight Date
  • Choose Return Date
  • Choose number of Adults and Children Making the Flight
    The screen displays the times and costs of available flights. Make the selection and pay for the flight.
  • JetStar Apps
    Apps are available for iPhone and androids.
  • Offline Bookings
    Fees are charged for offline bookings.

Jetstar Asia Meals

JetStar Asia Cafe Sandwich
I wish I could un-eat this.

Travelers making long flights have the option to pre-purchase in-flight meals. This option is available when booking flights online.

  • Economy Class
    Meals for lunch and dinner offer a selection of western, regional and vegetarian menus that include dessert and bakery items. All meals are served with water and a hot drink.
  • Business Class
    Three-course lunches and dinners, gourmet snacks on demand and continental breakfasts are available for business-class travelers. Maximizing the travelers’ rest during overnight flights is a major goal of Jetstar Asia Airlines


JetStar Asia Exit Row 13 aboard A320
Exit Seating on JetStar

All seats are constructed for passengers’ comfort.

All fares have allocated seats, but travelers may choose a preferred seat next to a window or with other travelers. The preferred seat depends on availability and may require a fee.

  • Extra Legroom Seats
    These seats are located in the exit rows of each aircraft. They are included in some fares and may be purchased by other passengers. Other requirements include: must be at least 15 years old, be able to understand instructions, be able and willing to help in an emergency and possess other physical and mental abilities.
  • Up Front Seats
    Some passengers may prefer seats at the front of the plane for quickly entering and exiting.

Jetstar Asia and Jetstar Japan strive to give their passengers convenience, comfort and amenities so that each passenger arrives at his or her destination rested and relaxed.


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Modhop Host & Founder Jake Redman brings years of global exploration and travel tips to the podcast and our videos at Modhop. Jake is also a Producer and Host for SiriusXM.

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