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Jetstar Asia to commence new service from Singapore to Sanya

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Travellers from Singapore will now enjoy direct services to Sanya, one of China’s most popular tourist destinations, as Jetstar Asia introduces its newest route.

Located at the Southern-most tip of the Hainan province, Sanya is popular for its pristine beaches, golf courses and water activities, including scuba diving, surfing and water sports as well as for its duty-free shopping.

“Sanya’s temperate climate makes it popular for travel all-year round, where duty-free shoppers and sun-worshippers from Singapore will be able to take advantage of the new direct service”, said Mr Bara Pasupathi, CEO of Jetstar Asia.

“Customers flying to Hainan island can now choose to fly direct two services a week to the resort city of Sanya or four weekly services to the provincial capital of Hainan in Haikou. Jetstar Asia has been operating direct services to Haikou for more than five years and with the new services to Sanya, Hainan island will be a new favourite for Singaporeans,” said Mr Pasupathi.

Mr Albert See, Managing Director of Air Sino Euro Associates Travel, one of the largest travel agencies in Singapore who operates group tours from Singapore to Hainan observes that Sanya has also become an up-and-coming meetings and convention option for corporate travellers, in addition to holiday-makers.

“Aside from the beaches, Sanya is also home to international hotels, world-class golf courses, sports and conference centres with activities that are perfect for hosting interntational events or meetings,” he/ she said.

From 2 August 2016, travellers will be able to get to their new favourite China destination in just three hours.

The new services will be operated by Jetstar Asia’s 180-seat Airbus A320.

The addition of the two services to Sanya will see Jetstar Asia operate six weekly services to the island of Hainan. Jetstar currently operates up to 37 weekly flights to six destinations in Greater China –Shantou, Haikou, Guiyang, Wuhan, Hong Kong and Taipei.

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