Jetstar Airways

Australian low-cost airline

Jetstar Airways is a low-cost airline. It was established by Qantas to counter the expansion of Virgin Blue in Australia. It flies to many domestic and international destinations. Its main airport is Melbourne Airport.

A Jetstar Airbus A321
Jetstar's logo

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In 2003 Qantas bought the bankrupt Impulse Airlines, and established Jetstar as a low-cost domestic subsidiary. In February 2004 Jetstar Airways start selling tickets to passengers for her flights. On 1 December, 2005 she started flying to 1st international airport in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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