Jetstar is coy about disclosing its future expansion plans out of Singapore, now that it is apparent that Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) new medium-haul, low-cost carrier Scoot plans to compete head-to-head against it. Jetstar Australia and New Zealand CEO David Hall, who was in Singapore Thursday to help promote Jetstar’s new daily Melbourne-Singapore-Beijing service, confirmed that Singapore-based Jetstar Asia is receiving a fourth Airbus A330 next month. But he declined to disclose how the ...

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