Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar Asia is expected to set up an airline in Japan as the demand for cheaper travel sweeps across Asia.
Jetstar A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson Qantas low-cost subsidiary Jetstar Asia is expected to set up an airline in Japan as the demand for cheaper travel sweeps across Asia (ATW Daily News, March 8). The new carrier will be a partnership between Jetstar, Japan Airlines and Mitsubishi Corp. The yet-to-be named airline will be launched at the end of 2012 and will be based at Tokyo Narita. The most likely name will be "Jetstar Japan," or simply "JJ." According to ...
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