Jetstar Asia Resumes Flights between Okinawa/Naha and Singapore after Nearly 4 Years

Jetstar Asia aircraft

Jetstar Asia Airways has resumed its service between Okinawa/Naha and Singapore with three round trips per week starting from November 30.

The resumption is aimed at meeting the demand for year-end and New Year holidays, providing the only direct flight between Okinawa and Singapore. The service restarted after a hiatus of about 3 years and 8 months due to the spread of COVID-19. Flights are operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays with an Airbus A320 that seats 180 passengers in the economy class. The inaugural flight from Okinawa/Naha had 161 passengers on board.

On November 24, the airline had also resumed flights on the Osaka/Kansai to Manila route, making this the second route of Jetstar Asia Airways in Japan.

Barathan Pasupathi, CEO of Jetstar Asia Airways, commented, “We are very pleased to revive our popular route to Okinawa, which is highly favored by customers from Singapore and Southeast Asia. Our low-fare air travel will provide more customers with the opportunity to experience Okinawa’s wonderful tropical paradise. Okinawa is the perfect place for those seeking both relaxation and adventure, with its pristine beaches, delicious food, and unique cultural experiences. For many customers, Japan remains one of the top countries they wish to visit. We are dedicated to expanding our network and improving connectivity for our customers so that they can create wonderful memories through their travels. We also look forward to Japanese customers getting even more excited now that they can easily access Singapore, known for its iconic attractions and diverse activities.”

3K792 Okinawa/Naha (09:10) to Singapore (13:30) / Tue & Sun
3K792 Okinawa/Naha (09:25) to Singapore (13:45) / Thu
3K791 Singapore (02:00) to Okinawa/Naha (08:10) / Tue & Sun
3K791 Singapore (02:15) to Okinawa/Naha (08:25) / Thu

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