Jetstar Tokyo Narita to the Gold Coast service
The Queensland Government’s $200 million partnerships with the state’s four international airports and industry, the Aviation Attraction Investment Fund has landed its fourth deal with Jetstar to re-start its Tokyo Narita to Gold Coast service from early next month.
Jetstar’s Tokyo Narita flight to the Gold Coast is a returning service with support from the Aviation Attraction Investment Fund (AAIF) to grow from three arrivals a week.
As a direct flight from Japan, there is potential to support up to 1,027 jobs over three years and generate $275 million in overnight visitor spending for the Gold Coast visitor economy.
This service alone will deliver 350,701 inbound international seats to the Gold Coast over 3 years.
The AAIF has already secured Air Canada for Vancouver to Brisbane, United Airlines direct to Brisbane from San Francisco and Scoot’s Singapore to Gold Coast route.