Jetstar is all set to increase capacity Adelaide and Bali, Indonesia. The airline plans to resume the popular route from July 21, 2023 and will deploy its A321neo on the route. The airline claims that the A321 has 46 more seats than the Airbus A320 which is currently flying the route, boosting capacity by 25% and adding around 58,000 more low fares on the route. “Bali has always been Jetstar’s most popular international destination and it’s not hard to see why with its beautiful beaches, delicious food, friendly locals, affordability, and proximity to Australia,” said Jetstar Group CEO, Stephanie Tully.
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