Airbus 320 Seat 29F (Economy) Flight time: 08:50-10:00 (08:58-09:36) Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes 5th May 2022
O V E R V I E W : After being confined to just domestic travel with some recovery from the global pandemic, there was more signs of normalcy as countries around the world started to move towards the endemic phase. With one of the world’s busiest international route pre-pandemic having a less hassle travel with the removal of on arrival quarantine and testing, I took the opportunity to revisit Lion City down south and experience an international flight once again after 855 days with my last one being Tokyo to Kuala Lumpur on 1st of January 2020. After researching on the best available option with the lowest fare, I booked myself on Jetstar Airways with the one way ticket to Singapore from Kuala Lumpur at a very competitive price of only RM78. This however will not be my first time on Jetstar as I have taken numerous flights with them pre pandemic on the same route.
C O N C L U S I O N:
As highlighted in the introduction, I have experienced Jetstar Airways on numerous occasions now flying the same route and there wasn’t any noticeable differences in terms of the offerings besides the hand out of the disinfectant wipes upon boarding due to the pandemic. In terms of the softer product on the service by the crew, not much to note on this very short flight but overall they came across friendly when engaging passengers. That said, I hope that I will get the opportunity to experience Jetstar on a longer flight in the future should their fares remain competitive in order for me to have a more holistic picture of their product offerings.