Popular low cost carrier, Jetstar is all set to add eight additional flights to its weekly schedule between Singapore and Bangkok. The airline will offer tickets for over 2,800 seats of new capacity each week on the route, from 8 July, 2013.
British travellers looking for tickets on cheap flights between the popular destinations of Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok and Singapore will very soon have added options available to them by the wholly-owned subsidiary of the Qantas Group, Jetstar, revealed online sources.
The popular low-cost airline, Jetstar is all set to add eight additional flights to its weekly schedule between Singapore and Bangkok, effective 8 July, 2013. With its new services, the airline will offer tickets aboard five daily flights between Thai capital and Singapore.
Reports hint that the budget carrier is offering tickets for over 2,800 of new capacity each week on the route in its endeavour to tap the increasing travel demand on the route.
Industry insiders suggest that Bangkok has long been one of the biggest markets for the airline in its Southeast Asian network.
“We are adding capacity to Bangkok to meet ongoing strong demand from both the leisure market and an increasing number of business travellers attracted to our low fares and our expanding schedule,” said Jetstar Asia chief executive officer, Barathan Pasupathi.
With the new services, the carrier will offer tickets for 106 weekly flights arriving in Thailand that includes services from Singapore and Sydney to Phuket and services from Singapore and Melbourne to Bangkok.
The low cost carrier currently offers tickets for more than 500 weekly return flights to 23 destinations across 13 countries and territories in the Asia Pacific region.