More international flights resuming at Changi Airport

From tomorrow (Monday, September 27), Qatar Airways’ passengers will once again be able to connect to and from ten Southeast Asia destinations in the Jetstar Asia network, via Singapore’s Changi Airport.

The re-establishment of an interline partnership between the two carriers means passengers can seamlessly connect with a single ticket itinerary, through-checked baggage, and onboard meals and refreshments.

The ten destination in Jetstar Asia’s Southeast Asia network affected include:

  • Bangkok
  • Clark
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Jakarta
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Manila
  • Penang
  • Phnom Penh
  • Phuket
  • Surabaya.

Both Qatar Airways and Jetstar Asia have fully vaccinated flight crews.

Clive Ashmore Butler, Head of Commercial and Alliances, Jetstar Asia said re-establishing the partnership with with Qatar Airways is another step in the process to the normalisation of travel in the region.

“As we continue to ramp up our operations it’s great to offer our expanding network to more customers who are looking to travel in Southeast Asia,” said Ashmore Butler.

“As a leading global hub, Changi’s world-class facilitates make Singapore a leading choice for customers looking to connect between Qatar Airways’ global network and key cities in Southeast Asia.

“With Jetstar’s Fly Well safety measures in place, combined with the fact that all our team members are fully vaccinated, our customers can rest assured that the safety of our people and our customers is our first priority.”

At check-in, connecting Qatar Airways’ passengers must meet all relevant entry requirements and can be checked through at their first international departure point for the onward connecting service.

Depending on the connection, transit passengers may be guided into transit holding areas at Changi Airport before boarding the Jetstar Asia flight.