In an announcement today, Jetstar customers in Singapore and Southeast Asia now have more options to book low-cost direct flights and connections to India. The virtual interline partnership between Jetstar and Indian low-cost carrier, IndiGo went live today.
Jetstar customers can enjoy the low-cost travel options:
As the demand for air travel continues to recover, Jetstar customers looking for low-cost travel options can now access IndiGo’s low fares from Jetstar’s hub in Singapore to key Indian destinations including Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Tiruchirappalli via jetstar.com.
Jetstar Connect is an integrated booking system that allows passengers to select flights, buy bundled and unbundled ancillary products such as baggage and seats and enjoy seamless connectivity between international flights.
Jetstar Asia currently operates services to 11 destinations in Southeast Asia. Today's announcement is a significant milestone for Jetstar as the airline continues to expand its network via Singapore's Changi Airport through its partnership with IndiGo.
Helps both the airlines to serve the demand:
This strategic agreement will enable both airlines to tap into the rising demand for international travel, with the upcoming festival season. This partnership will enable customers to enjoy seamless connectivity between Jetstar and Indigo to access a wide variety of destinations across the Asia Pacific. The partnership also helps IndiGo to expand its international connectivity to another continent through Jetstar's network.
IndiGo Introduces a Three Point Disembarkation System:
On the occasion of its 16th Anniversary, IndiGo introduced a new revolutionary Three Point Disembarkation process, which will enable its customers to exit the aircraft faster than ever before. This initiative enhances the customer experience by improving operational efficiencies and punctuality.