Jetstar is based out of Melbourne and is a low-cost, wholly owned subsidiary of Qantas, operating domestic flights to 19 destinations across Australia.
Jetstar Australia's existing fleet comprises 44 aircraft (at 30 June 2009). This includes 33 Airbus A320s (177 seat configured), 5 Airbus A321s (up to 214 seats) and 6 Airbus A330-200s (303 seats in two classes).
Jetstar offers a number of economy fare types on domestic services, including JetSaver, JetSaver Light and JetFlex.
Passengers (except infants not occupying an aircraft seat) are permitted one main item of cabin baggage and one other small item, with a total combined weight of up to 7kg and dimensions of main items must not exceed 56cm (wide) x 36cm (high) x 23cm (deep) for an overnight bag, laptop bag or briefcase. JetSaver and JetFlex passengers may take up to two 7kg items of checked luggage.
On domestic services passengers can purchase refreshments on board.
Jetstar in-flight entertainment
On selected Jetstar services passengers can watch movies, TV shows, cartoons, music videos or listen to the latest music. Portable Video on Demand units are available to rent during the flight. Passengers must provide identification to hire a Video on Demand unit.
Jetstar's in-flight audio entertainment, available on all services, offers passengers a choice of eight programs. New age, re-usable headsets are available for purchase on board. Jetstar Magazine is the in-flight magazine offered to keep passengers entertained during their flight.
Qantas Frequent Flyer members can earn points and Status credits for travel taken on JetFlex fares on domestic routes. Passengers who book through Wotflight can add their Qantas frequent flyer details when making a booking on a Qantas or Jetstar flight.