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Jetstar Asia and Emirates Reintroduce Transit at Changi Airport

Jetstar Asia and Emirates have reintroduced transit at Singapore’s Changi Airport, enabling passengers of both airlines to seamlessly connect between Jetstar Asia’s extensive Southeast Asian network and Emirates’ global network.

The reciprocal agreement means Emirates’ passengers can once again arrive in Singapore and transfer to a Jetstar Asia (3K) flight to one of eight key destinations including Bangkok, Clark, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Penang, Phnom Penh and Surabaya.

Offering a seamless transfer through Changi Airport, Emirates’ customers be checked through at their first international departure point for the onward connecting service. On board the Jetstar Asia flight, customers will enjoy a meal or snack and the same luggage allowance as on their Emirates flight.

Available for passengers travelling from 15 April, travellers must book their entire journey on one Emirates’ booking and check with the relevant authorities to ensure they meet all the relevant entry requirements for their final destination as restrictions may apply.

While in Singapore, travellers are required to wear a mask at all times and practice social distancing, in line with government regulations and Jetstar Asia’s Fly Well program.

Access to all other destinations in the Jetstar Asia’s scheduled network will be subject to regulatory approvals once border restrictions are lifted.