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Update on Jetstar New Zealand and Australian Services

Update on Jetstar New Zealand and Australian Services: Puyehue-Cordon Caulle Volcano

MELBOURNE, Australia, June 13 /Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

Jetstar wishes to provide a further update on its New Zealand services (Trans Tasman and domestic) and Australian domestic operations for Tasmania and Melbourne as a result of a volcanic ash cloud caused by Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano in Chile.

Jetstar will resume flying in and out of Melbourne and Avalon this afternoon (with the exception of Tasmanian and Trans-Tasman flights).

Based on advice from the Australian Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC) and the Bureau of Meterology Melbourne is now currently clear of the ash cloud.

All remaining Tasmanian, New Zealand Domestic and Trans Tasman services for today are also cancelled. A summary of all cancelled services for today is listed below.

The safety of our passengers and crew is Jetstar's number one priority. Jetstar will not be flying into airspace that remains affected by the ash cloud until we are confident that it is safe to do so.

Our approach to flying is based on the Qantas Group's high standards of safety and risk assessment.

As a Qantas Group airline, Jetstar like Qantas has in place the same monitoring and assessment processes and Jetstar continues to review the status of its operations to affected ports.

Jetstar is liaising with affected passengers and offering them the following options free of charge:

* Defer travel: Customers may defer their travel. Travel must be completed by 31 August 2011.
* Re-routing to get passengers to their end destination. Travel must be completed by 31 August 2011.
* Full refund or voucher to the value of the booking.

Safety is Jetstar's top priority and as a result the airline has cancelled the following flights for Monday 13 June 2011.


NEW ZEALAND

Long haul international scheduled services
JQ 2401 / 3K 401 Singapore – Auckland
JQ 2402 / 3K 402 Auckland – Singapore

Trans Tasman scheduled services
JQ 156 Christchurch – Melbourne
JQ 159 Melbourne – Christchurch
JQ 222 Queenstown – Gold Coast
JQ 140 Christchurch – Sydney
JQ 221 Gold Coast – Queenstown
JQ 238 Auckland – Gold Coast
JQ241 Gold Coast – Auckland
JQ182 Christchurch - Brisbane
JQ183 Brisbane – Christchurch
JQ151 Sydney – Christchurch
JQ204 Auckland - Sydney
JQ205 Sydney – Auckland
JQ214 Auckland – Melbourne
JQ215 Melbourne - Auckland

Domestic New Zealand scheduled services
JQ 277 Christchurch – Queenstown
JQ 278 Queenstown – Auckland
JQ 249 Auckland – Christchurch
JQ 245 Auckland – Christchurch
JQ 246 Christchurch – Auckland
JQ 244 Christchurch – Auckland
JQ 247 Auckland – Christchurch
JQ 248 Christchurch – Auckland
JQ 251 Auckland – Christchurch
JQ 263 Auckland – Wellington
JQ 262 Wellington – Auckland
JQ 265 Auckland – Wellington
JQ 264 Wellington – Auckland
JQ 279 Auckland – Queenstown
JQ 280 Queenstown – Auckland
JQ286 Christchurch – Wellington
JQ287 Wellington – Christchurch
JQ267 Auckland - Wellington
JQ266 Wellington – Auckland
JQ281 Auckland – Queenstown
JQ276 Queenstown – Christchurch
JQ252 Christchurch - Auckland
JQ254 Christchurch - Auckland
JQ259 Auckland - Christchurch
JQ269 Auckland - Wellington
JQ268 Wellington – Auckland
JQ257 Auckland – Christchurch
JQ256 Christchurch - Auckland


AUSTRALIA

Domestic Services to/from TASMANIA
JQ 703 Melbourne – Hobart
JQ 702 Hobart – Melbourne
JQ 731 Gold Coast – Hobart
JQ 732 Hobart – Gold Coast
JQ 721 Sydney – Hobart
JQ 720 Hobart – Sydney
JQ 735 Melbourne – Launceston
JQ736 Launceston – Melbourne
JQ747 Sydney – Launceston
JQ748 Launceston - Sydney
JQ705 Melbourne - Hobart
JQ706 Hobart - Melbourne
JQ753 Brisbane - Launceston
JQ752 Launceston - Brisbane
JQ739 Melbourne – Launceston
JQ742 Launceston – Melbourne
JQ709 Melbourne – Hobart
JQ710 Hobart - Melbourne
JQ711 Melbourne – Hobart
JQ712 Hobart - Melbourne
JQ723 Sydney - Hobart
JQ724 Hobart – Sydney
JQ743 Melbourne - Launceston
JQ744 Launceston - Melbourne

Domestic Services to/from MELBOURNE
JQ 774 Melbourne – Adelaide
JQ 771 Adelaide – Melbourne
JQ 473 Newcastle – Melbourne
JQ 474 Melbourne – Newcastle
JQ 560 Melbourne – Brisbane
JQ 563 Brisbane – Melbourne
JQ 776 Melbourne – Adelaide
JQ 974 Adelaide – Perth
JQ 431 Gold Coast – Melbourne
JQ 508 Melbourne – Sydney
JQ 509 Sydney – Melbourne
JQ 444 Melbourne – Gold Coast
JQ 438 Melbourne – Gold Coast
JQ 439 Gold Coast – Melbourne
JQ 918 Melbourne – Townsville
JQ 919 Townsville – Melbourne
JQ 501 Melbourne – Sydney
JQ 504 Sydney – Melbourne
JQ 860 Melbourne – Hamilton Island
JQ 863 Hamilton Island - Melbourne
JQ 502 Melbourne – Sydney
JQ 507 Sydney – Melbourne
JQ 472 Melbourne – Newcastle
JQ 475 Newcastle – Melbourne
JQ 944 Melbourne – Cairns
JQ 430 Melbourne – Gold Coast
JQ 435 Gold Coast – Melbourne
JQ 561 Brisbane – Melbourne

Domestic Services to/from MELBOURNE AVALON AIRPORT
JQ 602 Avalon – Sydney
JQ 603 Sydney – Avalon
JQ 630 Avalon – Brisbane
JQ 633 Brisbane – Avalon
JQ 612 Avalon – Sydney

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