Jetstar Asia's latest special livery featuring Northern Territory unveiled on 18 October 2018
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Jetstar Adds Fifth Weekly Service between Singapore and Okinawa

Jetstar Asia CEO Mr Bara Pasupathi speaking at the unveiling of the special Northern Territories livery event on 18 October 2018
Jetstar Asia CEO Mr Bara Pasupathi

Jetstar Asia currently offers four return flights weekly between Singapore Changi Airport and Okinawa Naha. On 29 October 2019, the low-cost carrier will add one more flight between the two cities just ahead of the Singapore school holidays due to increasing demand.

Jetstar Asia operates the Airbus A320 aircraft. The additional flight will offer 3850 more seats during this season. Jetstar Asia launched flights between the two cities in November 2017. Over 85,000 passengers have travelled on the route since then.

Jetstar Asia is the only passenger airline that offers direct scheduled flights between Singapore and Okinawa. Jetstar Asia operates up to 28 services a week to Japan including Okinawa and Osaka. Jetstar Japan operates up to nine daily services to Naha in Okinawa from Narita, Nagoya and Osaka in Japan.

3K791 will depart Singapore at 2 am every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and arrive in Okinawa at 8.10 am. Return flights on 3K792 depart Okinawa at 9.10am and arrive back in Singapore at 1.20pm.

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