Jetstar Flight Status

Jetstar Airways is an Australian low-cost airline headquartered in Melbourne.Jetstar is part of Qantas' two brand strategy of having Qantas Airways for the premium full-service market and Jetstar for the low-cost market. Jetstar carries 8.5% of all passengers travelling in and out of Australia. The airline operates an extensive domestic network as well as regional and international services from its main base at Melbourne Airport, using a mixed fleet of the Airbus A320 family and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Like its Qantas parent, Jetstar competes with Virgin Australia and Virgin’s fully owned low-cost subsidiary Tigerair Australia.

Jetstar flies to 19 domestic destinations and 20 international destinations in 10 countries across Asia, North America and Oceania. The company has been criticised by residents of the Australian Capital Territory for not serving Canberra International Airport, which is Australia's eighth-busiest airport. Check today flight status of the Jetstar here. Or you can call to 00 61 3 9645 5999 for checking.

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No. Departure Arrival Live Status
JQ563 07:00 10:20 Arrived On time
JQ298 16:55 18:45 Scheduled Delayed by 15m
JQ287 08:15 09:05 Arrived On time
JQ471 08:45 10:25 Arrived On time
JQ886 11:30 13:05 Landed
JQ610 14:55 16:20 Scheduled On time
JQ279 08:25 09:50 Arrived On time
JQ464 13:00 15:00 Scheduled Delayed by 1h 15m
JQ25 11:20 17:45 In Air
JQ9 10:25 18:30 In Air
JQ256 12:30 13:35 Arrived Delayed by 21m
JQ987 14:50 22:00 Scheduled
JQ989 22:45 06:05 Scheduled
JQ973 08:20 14:55 In Air
JQ110 07:00 10:35 Arrived
JQ116 17:10 21:05 Scheduled
JQ106 14:05 17:55 Scheduled
JQ968 23:20 05:45 Scheduled
JQ975 16:45 22:05 Scheduled
JQ664 12:10 13:40 Scheduled Delayed by 2h 5m
JQ765 12:10 14:30 Departed On time
JQ566 11:05 12:15 Departed Delayed by 35m
JQ900 09:20 10:25 Departed Delayed by 35m
JQ63 16:40 21:05 Arrived
JQ520 14:35 16:00 Scheduled On time
JQ696 16:15 19:55 Scheduled On time
JQ562 06:50 08:05 Arrived Delayed by 16m
JQ522 15:25 16:50 Scheduled On time
JQ966 06:40 09:05 Arrived On time
JQ720 13:50 15:40 Scheduled Delayed by 20m
JQ785 14:35 17:20 Scheduled On time
JQ525 17:05 18:45 Scheduled On time

Jetstar Airways Top 10 Airports

No. Name IATA Updated
1 Melbourne Tullamarine Airport MEL Melbourne Australia 2 minutes
2 Sydney Airport SYD Sydney Australia 14 minutes
3 Brisbane Airport BNE Brisbane Australia 0 minutes
4 Auckland Airport AKL Auckland New Zealand 20 minutes
5 Gold Coast Airport OOL Coolangatta Australia 12 minutes
6 Cairns Airport CNS Cairns Australia 34 minutes
7 Adelaide Airport ADL Adelaide Australia 7 minutes
8 Perth Airport PER Perth Australia 6 minutes
9 Hobart International Airport HBA Hobart Australia 13 minutes
10 Narita International Airport NRT Tokyo Japan 1 hour, 4 minutes

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Jetstar

Jetstar Airways is a low-cost carrier and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Qantas Group. Jetstar Airways launched Australian operations in May 2004; New Zealand trans-Tasman operations in December 2005; and New Zealand domestic operations in June 2009. The carrier also serves short- and long-haul overseas destinations. The brand also operates through a Singapore JV (as Jetstar Asia) and a Japanese JV (Jetstar Japan).

Jetstar’s mission is to offer low fares to enable more people to fly to more places, more often. Jetstar has one of the largest low-fare networks in Asia Pacific in terms of revenue. Jetstar-branded carriers operate more than 5,000 flights a week to more than 85 destinations and carry more than 250 million passengers.

Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd, operating as Jetstar, is an Australian low-cost airline (self-described as "value-based") headquartered in Melbourne. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Qantas. Qantas Airways for the premium full-service market and Jetstar for the low-cost market, together with other Jetstar group members

Jetstar Airways operates in Australia and New Zealand as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Qantas group. Jetstar Airways Australia is the third largest airline in Australia (by domestic market share) and a top five international airline by capacity share, serving international routes to and from Australia.

Jetstar Airways New Zealand first launched in New Zealand in December 2005, flying trans-Tasman services between Sydney and Christchurch. Jetstar now operates more than 50 weekly international return services between Melbourne, Sydney, and the Gold Coast in Australia and Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Queenstown in New Zealand.

Based in Singapore and managed by Newstar Holdings, which is majority-owned by Singapore Company Westbrook Investments (51 percent), with the Qantas Group holding the remaining 49 percent, Jetstar Asia’s inaugural flight took off for Hong Kong on December 13, 2004.

With the vision of "Making your world more accessible," Jetstar Japan launched domestic routes in July 2012 and international routes in February 2015. Jetstar Japan has served more than 40 million customers since the launch. Jetstar Japan is a joint venture between the Qantas Group, Japan Airlines and Tokyo Century Corporation. Jetstar Japan is led by Chief Executive Officer and Representative Director, Masaru Kataoka.

Jetstar airways Destination (Domestic, International)

As an integral part of the Qantas Group's two-brand strategy, operating in the leisure and value-based markets, the group has a wide destination in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific, and Asia. Jetstar Airways Australia flies to 22 domestic destinations in Australia and 16 international destinations in 10 countries across Asia, North America, and Oceania.

Domestic New Zealand operations were launched on June 10, 2009, with over 200 weekly return domestic flights on sale between Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Wellington, and Queenstown. Jetstar also provides service to Australia, the Cook Islands, Bali, Fiji, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Jetstar Asiaoperates services to regional destinations. Its main base is Changi Airport in Singapore. Together with sister company, Valuair, Jetstar's Asian operation provides low-cost regional services to 22 popular destinations in North and Southeast Asia, such as Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Myanmar, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Thailand. It also flies to regional routes in East Asia, such as Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

Jetstar Japan flies to 20 destinations in the Asia-Pacific region. While the airline mostly operates domestic flights within Japan, it also operates international flights to China, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and Taiwan.

Reward programs

Earn points or miles on your next Jetstar flight through one of our great partner airline loyalty programs. If you’re a Qantas Frequent Flyer member, you can also earn Status Credits and use your Qantas Points on eligible Jetstar fares and add-ons. Check out our Qantas Frequent Flyer, Emirates Skywards, and JAL Mileage Bank pages for eligible fares and full terms and conditions before you book.

Cancelation and Refund Policy

The Jetstar cancellation policy states that a passenger needs to pay 30 to 40% of the total fare as cancellation fees for canceling short-haul flights. If the flight is canceled within 72 hours of departure, the airline can charge a Jetstar booking cancellation fee of 70 to 200 dollars.

No refund is initiated when the passenger cancels the flight on the same day of departure. Passengers will receive a refund if the flight is canceled due to inclement weather, a global pandemic, natural disasters, government regulations, or technical issues. If passengers request it, the airline will provide free trips on the same route or travel vouchers for future flights with Jetstar Airlines.