Jetstar Japan today announced that it would bring its services from Narita, Osaka and Nagoya to Manila, the bustling capital city in the Philippines.
From mid-March, the new routes from Narita Airport in Tokyo and Chubu Airport in Nagoya to Manila will offer customers the choice of up to seven direct services a week from 15 March and 1 April respectively.
From 7 April, Jetstar Japan will introduce three new weekly services from Osaka – complimenting the existing four weekly services schedule currently provided by sister airline, Jetstar Asia.
The city of Manila will be the third international destination added to Jetstar Japan’s growing network of international destinations after Hong Kong and Taipei in 2015.
The new services will be operated on Jetstar Japan’s 180-seat Airbus A320.
With the addition of services to Manila, Jetstar Japan now operates more than 100 services daily and flies to 17 domestic destinations in Japan and three international destinations.