More flights to Singapore via Jetstar Airways

Finally, after several years, Jetstar Airways is adding additional flights from Manila to Singapore and Singapore to Manila. For the longest time, they only have one daily flight in and out of the Philippines, which was rather frustrating. Jetstar is my airline of choice when flying to Singapore, since I much prefer Terminal 1 of the Changi Airport than the Budget terminal (which doesn’t look budget, actually).

Jetstar
Jetstar Airways Airbus A320


Starting October 27, additional flights will be introduced to add to Jetstar’s current 3K561 flight out of Singapore and 3K562 flight out of Manila. Details are as follow:

Manila to Singapore
Flight 3K564
Departure: 00:30 (12:30 am)
Arrival: 04:00 (4:00 am)
Frequency: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

Singapore to Manila
Flight 3K563
Departure: 20:20 (10:20 pm)
Arrival: 23:50 (11:50 pm)
Frequency: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

The flight schedule will change once again come December 18, 2009, as the flights will change times to the following:

Manila to Singapore
Flight 3K564
Departure: 04:15 (4:15 am)
Arrival: 07:15 (7:15 am)
Frequency: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

Singapore to Manila
Flight 3K563
Departure: 00:05 (12:05 am)
Arrival: 03:35 (3:35 am)
Frequency: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

To add to this, Jetstar is offering lower rates for passengers who are bringing any check in baggage. Fares start at US$65 for JetSaver Light, for travelers who are only bringing hand carried items (maximum weight of 10kilos). For just an additional US$10, you get a 20 kilo allowance for check in baggage with the regular JetSaver fare.

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If that’s not tempting enough, Jetstar sweetens the deal by opening a way for those without credit cards to avail of their cheap fares. Just make a reservation through phone, and you can deposit your payment to Jetstar’s BDO account.

Article by Nina Fuentes

Nina doesn't aim to travel to every country in the world -- she just wants to travel to the places that means the most to her. She started traveling in 2006, and hopes to travel for as long as she can. Her travel blog, Just Wandering won the Best Travel Blog in the 2010 Philippine Blog Awards and in the 2011 Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards.

This Article Has 21 Comments
  1. Abaniko says:

    Is the USD65 two-way already? If it is, then it’s a good deal, ha? Thanks to budget airlines. Many people can now afford to travel.

  2. ajay says:

    I have yet to try Jetstar, and I wanna try it 😀 Had a nice experience flying with PAL this trip though, the steward’s accent and all, hehe

  3. i love JETSTAR — we were able to get seats to SG for about USD 90 per head both ways.

    plus, we get to disembark via CHANGI, and i have to say you’ve never really been to SINGAPORE until you’ve experienced CHANGI 😀

  4. nina says:

    Abaniko: US$65 is one way only, I think.

    Ajay: Jetstar’s a great alternative to SQ and PAL to SG. If I can’t get good fares with those two airlines, I go straight to Jetstar, no other options 🙂

    Magnetic_rose: TRUE! Changi is a destination on itself 😉

  5. Karl says:

    i’m flying to Singapore this coming Nov.26-Dec.02 2009, I only got the ticket online for only $80 round trip (Php 3800+), that already includes the tax and surcharges. I just have to pay the terminal fee and Philippine tax at the airport.

  6. Karl says:

    Btw, that’s via Jetstar. Good thing about it, arrival will be in Changi Airport 🙂

  7. Noch says:

    Does anyone know the contact number for ticketing here in the philippines? The contact number (1800 1611 0280) in the website doesn’t seem to work?

  8. janice says:

    Hi,
    My family will be going to Singapore on July 2010 and I’ve been looking for the airport terminal of Jetstar here in the Philippines. Do we go to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila) or should we go to Diosdado Macapagal Intl Airport (Clark) for our departure?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Janice

  9. Kikay says:

    do you have any contact details like telephone or email address of Jetstar booking office in the Philippines?

  10. rhosim atienza says:

    May i know the new contact number of jetstar? we cant contact the 639003051? where we can book in manila? where is the ticketing office? thanks in advance

  11. I need jetstar office address and telephone numbers in australia

  12. Sandee says:

    Hi, kind of new with Jetstar, is there a ticketing office here in the philippines where to buy tickets? Thanks

  13. nika says:

    wats the contact number so i could reserve via phone?
    wats the account number so i cud pay via BDO? txs

  14. jocy says:

    please help me,anyone here know where can i buy ticket to jetsar?im from manila manila to singapore and singapore to manila need it badly.
    thanks

  15. jhocel says:

    Hello everybody!!! Who can help me with my ticket? I want to change my one-way ticket to Singapore to round trip. Is it possible to change my one way ticket to two-way ticket? Please help me…I just had my ticket booked yesterday from jetstar and I want to change it…

  16. liberty says:

    hi i want to book a flight manila-singapore-manila but i dont have credit card. what are the other options that are cheaper as well?? thanks

  17. Arsenio says:

    I will be travelling with Jetstar this Monday July 11,2012…I wanted to upgrade my airfare with Meals and full time Entertainment. Hence i dont have a credit card , i wish to pay it in cash. Do Jetstar have an office at Manila International Airport so i can do it?

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