jetstarJETSTAR makes flying to Hawaii trouble free with 13 return flights to Honolulu each week from three major Australian cities.

There are six services from Sydney, four from Melbourne and three from Brisbane, with Jetstar the only airline offering a direct route between Melbourne and Honolulu. All flights to and from Hawai’i are operated by the company’s state of the art Boeing Dreamliner 787.

The upgraded aircraft features better cabin pressure to reduce jetlag, and has a lower cabin altitude filling the plane with more oxygen, helping you to arrive at your destination feeling refreshed.

On board the Dreamliner there is a Business class cabin featuring wide leather seating, extra legroom and an all-inclusive food and beverage offering. Business customers have access to priority boarding and check-in. Business Max customers can also enter the Qantas Club lounges in Australia and at destination airports where available.

Those flying economy class in the Dreamliner are also in for a pleasant trip, with passengers having full access to in-flight entertainment in every seat, larger cabin windows and an enhanced customer experience on board.

Jetstar currently operates 11 industry leading Boeing 787s on all long haul services from Australia.

The low-cost carrier is one of the fastest growing low fares airlines in the world, a testament to customer satisfaction.

Jetstar first took to the skies in 2004 with just 14 aircraft and today Jetstar airlines operate a fleet of 119 aircraft to more than 70 destinations in 17 countries and territories across Asia Pacific.

Most recently Jetstar has introduced a new group sales selling platform to help improve the process of group enquiries.

This is achieved by automating group fare pricing, with the majority of quotes emailed to customers within minutes of their enquiry, instead of up to 24 hours later.

Email communications have also been automated for the collection of deposits, passenger names and final payments. The airline recognises and understands the unique needs of group travel and has developed methods to block seats, share baggage allowance and make name changes.

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