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Jetstar Asia has re-introduced onboard catering on all flights, as the airline ramps up services to eight key South-east Asian cities, including daily services to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur.
Travellers are now able to pre-purchase light snacks and hot meals from jetstar.com prior to their flight and be served on board. From December 21, buy-on-board meals, drinks and snacks will also make a comeback. Inflight vouchers will also be accepted.
Clive Ashmore Butler, Jetstar Asia’s commercial lead, said the re-introduction of inflight services represented another big step forward in the airline’s recovery. “Enjoying a wide selection of delicious beverages, snacks and quality meals on board is part of the travel experience and are often key factors determining customer satisfaction,” he said.
For now, the on-board menu will offer Asian flavours, with a wider menu to be introduced when border restrictions ease further, and leisure travel returns. The buy-on-board menu can be downloaded on jetstar.com or by scanning the QR codes available at check-in and the boarding gates.
As part of Jetstar Asia’s Fly Well programme, initiatives introduced to improve safety and peace-of-mind when travelling, all Jetstar Asia (3K) flights will become cashless cabins. Customers will be asked to use inflight vouchers or cards to reduce contact between passengers and crew.