Jetstar Asia is adding some flight frequencies to its limited network of passenger flights this month, boosting frequencies to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur, however its twice weekly Bangkok flight will be suspended for most of the month before being re-added from the start of the northern winter season.
Overall the airline has increased flights from just three destinations between April 2020 and mid-August 2020 to eight routes this month, flying around 6% of its usual capacity in common with most other Singapore-based carriers.
This month Jetstar Asia will actually cut most of its Bangkok flights, suspending twice weekly services on the route from 1st to 25th October, though frequencies are increased on Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur.
Bangkok then makes a return from 26th October, for a total of eight destinations from Singapore.
Flights between Singapore and both Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh continue to operate with cargo only, carrying passengers on their return legs to Singapore, due to government-imposed entry restrictions in Thailand and Vietnam.
Based on FlightRadar24 data over the last week, Jetstar Asia continues to fly just three of its 18 Airbus A320s.
Overall Jetstar Asia will operate 148 flights in October 2020, a 40% increase on September’s 106 services. 140 of October’s flights will carry passengers, while eight others will be cargo-only. The airline usually operates 2,500 flights per month, based on October