Ad Nut
Jan 11, 2017

Jetstar urges young people to forego Lunar New Year travel

Airline wants families to stay together for the upcoming holiday, waives flight-change fees and fare differences.

Ad Nut heartily approves of this promotion by Jetstar, which is waiving change fees and fare differences for passengers who decide to move flight departures scheduled for 27 and 28 January so they can enjoy the Chinese/Lunar New Year holiday with their families instead. (Only flights booked before this week are eligible, naturally.)

And although Ad Nut is getting tired of fake setups and 'experiment' videos, this one comes across as genuine and sweet. So congrats to Jetstar and AKA Asia on a holiday promotion done right. 

Want to see a holiday promotion done wrong? Ad Nut still gets shouty about this one from 2015: Restaurant chain serves heaping helpings of guilt for Thai mother's day

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