Singapore-based Jetstar Asia is upping the ante in the bitter war for travelers by offering its passengers return flights to Australian cities on its parent Qantas from just $278 excluding taxes. Jetstar Asia just commenced flights to Bangkok after canceling its Pattaya service owing to a lack of demand, while its archrival Tiger Airways, which is backed by Singapore Airlines, started flights to Macau on March 25, Ho Chi Minh City last Friday and Hanoi on Thursday. Jetstar Asia was launched ...

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