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Jetstar Asia introduction

Jetstar Airways is a low-cost airline based out of Melbourne, Australia. A subsidiary of Quantas, Jetstar owns and operates 37 airbus airplanes used for domestic flights in Australia as well as international flights. Jetstar was created to provide cheap flights in Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific to compete against another Australian budget airline, Virgin Australia (previously known as Virgin Blue). The Jetstar group includes other localized low cost airlines in Asia, including Jetstar Asia based in Singapore, Jetstar Pacific based in Vietnam, Jetstar Japan and Jetstar Hong Kong.

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