REVEALED: Full list of additional Jetstar flights cancelled tomorrow

Almost 30 Jetstar flights have been cancelled on Thursday as workers plan to walk off the job again.

Jetstar baggage handlers and ground crew will strike again tomorrow, with hundreds of workers holding one 2 hour stoppage in the morning and two 1 hour stoppages in the evening at Sydney, Melbourne, Avalon, Brisbane, Cairns and Adelaide Airports.

As a result, the budget airline has announced further flight cancellations, including four flights to and from the Gold Coast.


“We have proactively cancelled the following flights on Thursday 19 December and are re-accommodating passengers on alternate services,” Jetstar said in a statement.

  • JQ759     Brisbane to Hobart
  • JQ507     Sydney to Melbourne
  • JQ812     Sydney to Brisbane
  • JQ509     Sydney to Melbourne
  • JQ816     Sydney to Brisbane
  • JQ954     Sydney to Cairns
  • JQ810     Sydney to Brisbane
  • JQ416     Sydney to Gold Coast
  • JQ820     Sydney to Brisbane
  • JQ506     Melbourne to Sydney
  • JQ508     Melbourne to Sydney
  • JQ572     Melbourne to Brisbane
  • JQ442     Melbourne to Gold Coast
  • JQ561     Brisbane to Melbourne
  • JQ758     Hobart to Brisbane
  • JQ500     Melbourne to Sydney
  • JQ811     Brisbane to Sydney
  • JQ512     Melbourne to Sydney
  • JQ825     Brisbane to Sydney
  • JQ953     Cairns to Sydney
  • JQ813     Brisbane to Sydney
  • JQ415     Gold Coast to Sydney
  • JQ823     Brisbane to Sydney
  • JQ503     Sydney to Melbourne
  • JQ511     Sydney to Melbourne
  • JQ565      Brisbane to Melbourne
  • JQ441     Gold Coast to Melbourne
  • JQ403     Melbourne to Brisbane

The Transport Workers Union say they’re not backing down on their demands.

“We sent Jetstar a powerful message with a 94% vote to take protected industrial action, but Jetstar has still not come to the table on our claims for better pay and safer conditions,” the union said in a statement.

“Now is the time to stand together and take action to show Jetstar we won’t back down.”

Tomorrow’s cancellations come following the news that Jetstar has cancelled 10 per cent of domestic flights in January due to the industrial action.

“Due to the potential for ongoing action by the AFAP in particular, Jetstar is proactively adjusting its schedule for the rest of January by reducing domestic capacity by about 10 per cent,” the budget airline said in a statement on Monday.

“Doing this well in advance will significantly reduce disruption in what is the airline’s busiest month of the year.”