Jetstar Asia 3K207 is the second Jetstar Asia flight of the day from Singapore to Jakarta, departing at 11.00, making it another convenient flight time for me. As a fairly close booking just 2 months before departure, it was still offering a reasonable fare as compared to the other competitors, so I went ahead and booked my ticket.
My boarding pass for my Jetstar Asia 3K207 flight from Singapore to Jakarta printed at home. As I needed to buy some stuff in the Transit Area before heading to Jakarta, and the crowds at the check-in kiosks were significant, I used this to head Straight to Gate.
Checking my gate from the departure screens in the Transit Area.
The C gates are on the left when coming out after immigration.
Heading down the pier to my gate.
The aircraft was already at the gate.
9V-JSA would be flying me from Singapore to Jakarta today.
As there was secondary screening for the arriving passengers from Kuala Lumpur on 9V-JSA, the queue to head in to the gate hold room was longer than usual as the security staff have to manage the cordon to split the arriving and departing passengers criss-crossing on the same path.
9V-JSA readied at Gate C24.
Queuing to get my boarding pass checked.
The relatively empty gate hold room, probably because everyone else is still queuing.
Boarding calls were made as people were still queuing to get in to the gate hold room.
Heading down the aerobridge to board the aircraft.
The interior of Jetstar Asia’s Airbus A320-200.
The tight legroom of Jetstar Asia’s Airbus A320-200.
As the aircraft was refuelling, the fasten seat belt signs were switched off.
The view of the aircraft from my seat.
It was a rather uneventful flight in general, and not much that I could have taken photos of anyway since I’m in the middle seat and I didn’t buy frills on this flight.
The clean toilet on board.
Indonesian Customs forms were handed out by the crew. As compared with Indonesia AirAsia, the Customs form is in English here on Jetstar Asia. Maybe the Indonesian Customs provide airlines these forms according to their base.
It was an uneventful 1 hour 21 minutes on the flight.
Disembarking from the aircraft.
Heading up the aerobridge.
Heading down the escalator to the arrival level below.
The new welcome sign for Terminal 2.
Heading down the pier to the main channel to immigration.
Continuing down the travellator.
Once done with immigration in a jiffy, it’s back to the familiar baggage reclaim area which I have not used for a long time, and not using again today.
The public area after customs clearance.
Here, I headed on to the Skytrain to get to Airport Railway Station to get the Railink again.
Overall, a simple and uneventful flight with Jetstar Asia, getting me to Jakarta on time.