Jetstar Asia has resumed its Singapore to Denpasar services today for the first time in more than two years. Flight 3K243 departed Singapore at 0655 and arrived in Bali at 0955. The turnaround flight, 3K244 returned to Singapore at 1325. Jetstar Asia is the first airline in the Jetstar Group to recommence flights to the ever-popular holiday destination, with Jetstar Airways scheduled to start operations from Melbourne and Sydney to Bali on 14 and 15 March respectively.
The arriving flight was welcomed with a water cannon celebration and our Bali-based Jetstar crew were on hand to greet passengers as they entered the airport.
Jetstar Asia CEO, Bara Pasupathi said it was fantastic to be back in Bali, one of the most popular destinations in the Jetstar network.
“Bali has always been a customer favourite, with its beautiful beaches, amazing food and incredible culture,” Mr. Pasupathi said.
“We’ve recently welcomed the news regarding the easing of quarantine requirements and the move from PCR tests to the less-costly ART, which have been a significant barrier to travel for many of our customers.
“We’re confident that the further safe relaxation of border measures, combined with our incredible low fares, will ensure Bali will once again be a must-visit destination.”
To celebrate the return to Bali, Jetstar Asia is offering un-Bali-vable one-way fares at Jetstar.com from just SGD98. Details can be found on jetstar.com.
Under Jetstar’s Fly Flexible policies, customers can change the date of their travel if their plans change (a fare difference may apply). Customers affected by changes to border restrictions can get a credit voucher to the full value of their booking. Terms and Conditions apply.
Jetstar’s Fly Well safety measures offer an added layer of protection and demonstrate our commitment to keeping our people and our customers safe.
All passengers are advised to check the latest government travel requirements for Singapore and their destination.