Jetstar Japan Flights

A relatively new airline in the land of the Rising Sun, Jetstar Japan offers low-fare domestic flights in different parts of the country. Its operations started on the middle of 2012 using a fleet of 20 Airbus A320 aircraft, which grew from the original three planes that handled passengers up to the last quarter of 2013. It also managed to make its hubs at the premises of Narita International Airport in Tokyo and at Kansai International Airport in Osaka. This has allowed commercial flights to connect to various points of entry between these two major cities, which allow thousands of passengers to travel conveniently.

In recent times, the airport began codesharing arrangements with its parent company, Japan Airlines, to expand its flight line-up. Connecting traffic to and from Jetstar International flights also supported the growth of Jetstar Japan. American Airlines is now a partner as well, with flights going between Fukuoka, Matsuyama, Okinawa, Osaka, and Sapporo from Tokyo. Australian airline Qantas also joined in the same routes as well as Kagoshima, Kumamoto, Oita, and Takamatsu. Now, plans are developing for an international connection to Hong Kong International Airport, which will initially serve three flights every week.

Why Fly with Jetstar Japan

How to Check In

Apart from the traditional airport check-in option, tourists can go online for the check-in process. Travellers will enter their details on the website to get the details of the booking. One will also include here the passengers, baggage, and flights to be included. Filling out all the relevant information is important to ensure everything will be handled properly. Declaring the intention to carry possibly hazardous goods in the carry-on or checked baggage is also a must. Seat selection will be allowed at this point with the provision of boarding passes when the transaction is completed. Travellers will then prepare these for printing and present them at the airport to board the plane.

Baggage Allowance & Fees

Passengers boarding Economy Starter, Starter Plus, and Starter Max can bring one main and one small piece of approved carry-on baggage for free. For the dimensions, the carry-on bag must not exceed a height, width, and depth of 56 cm x 36 cm x 23 cm. The non-rigid suit pack, on the other hand, has a limit of 114 cm x 60 cm x 11 cm. For Economy passengers, the total combined weight of up to seven kilograms. Those who booked flights before the 28th of October 2014 through Jetstar (J!), Jetstar Asia (3K), or Jetstar Pacific (BL) can bring up to 10 kilograms, however. Travellers who have booked Jetstar Japan (GK) flights before the 3rd of December 2014 can bring up to 10 kilograms. The rest of the passengers will have to follow the seven-kilogram limit. Business class passengers can bring two main items of carry-on baggage, with each main item not exceeding seven kilograms for a total of 14 kilograms. This will apply for all, except for passengers who booked before the 28th October 2014. They can bring a combined total weight of 20 kilograms. Checked baggage weight limits will apply to the following: • Economy Starter and Starter Plus passengers must purchase baggage allowance. The limits are 15 kg, 20 kg, 25 kg, 30 kg, 35 kg, and 40 kg. • Starter Max passengers are automatically provided a 20-kg checked baggage allowance and can purchase up to an additional 20 kg. • Business and Business Max passengers are automatically given a 30-kg checked baggage allowance and can purchase up to an additional 10 kg. *For more details on heavy items, forbidden goods, excess baggage, pets, freight items, and lost/damaged baggage, please check the website.


There are different levels of seating provided for passengers: Economy Starter, Starter Plus, Starter Max, Business, and Business Max.

Booking Fees

Passengers can pay in cash at the airport or use their credit cards to pay for their fares and other related expenses. Major credit companies are allowed, such as MasterCard, Visa, and others.

Inflight Services

Various meals, snacks, and drinks are available for all passengers of Jetstar Japan. The only difference is that there are specific items in the menu that are limited to a certain class of service. This also applies to the films, television shows, games, and other forms of entertainment given during the flight. Some planes allow hiring of iPads and headsets, seat upgrades, and more. Duty-free shopping is also available, which can suit those who want to buy some items on the catalogue.

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Reservations and Information

Call Center 0570-550-538* (toll) Please press "2" for English. Contact number when calling from PHS device: 050-3163-8538 (toll)


Official Airline Twitter Link - local - international

Airline Address

Narita Operation Centre 3F

Narita International Airport

Narita, Chiba, 282-0004, Japan

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