Jetstar Drops International Flights From $130 On New Perth Routes


Tom Goward | 03/04/2024

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After announcing plans to significantly expand international operations from Perth, Jetstar has today launched a massive sale with thousands of discounted fares across the budget airline’s new West Australian services. From August 2024, Jetstar will add 330,000 new seats between Perth and Southeast Asia annually. Specifically, Australia’s most popular budget airline will operate non-stop between Perth and Singapore, Bangkok and Phuket.

Those new routes were announced in November of last year, with preparations already underway to open a new Jetstar base in Perth, for at least 60 pilots and four WA-based A321neo LR jets, which will operate each of the new services to Southeast Asia.

You can book Jetstar’s New Route Launch Sale here, with one-way flights from;

  • Perth to Singapore: $130
  • Perth to Bangkok: $165
  • Perth to Phuket: $174

Jettstar’s New Route Launch Sale ends at 11.59pm AEST on Tuesday 9 April 2024, unless sold out prior. Travel dates vary by route, but stretch as far as December 2024.  The airline has also released a current schedule for their new international routes between Perth and Singapore, Bangkok and Phuket;

Jetstar Schedule New Perth International Routes

Jetstar Group CEO, Stephanie Tully said today’s sale follows strong demand for these new routes.

“Today’s sale will enable even more West Australians to take off overseas at an affordable price.”

“In addition to launching our new South-East Asian routes, last week we also launched direct flights between Busselton Margaret River and Sydney and announced flights between Broome and Singapore will take off from June,” said Ms Tully.

Previously, WA Tourism Minister Rita Saffioti welcomed Jetstar’s expanded reach from Western Australia.

“Direct flights form a really important part of our tourism strategy, as it brings more visitors into our State, injects valuable tourism dollars into our local economy and supports local jobs and businesses.”


Tom Goward

Chief Operating Officer & Aviation Nerd at Flight Hacks

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