Jetstar is ramping up its domestic services by adding more than 44 extra return flights a week to Australia's travel spots.
The increase comes as Jetstar bases its 13th Airbus A320 aircraft in Victoria and its fourth new A320 aircraft in Gold Coast, the Qantas subsidiary said in a statement.
By April, the airline will offer over 12,000 extra seats per week for travel between Melbourne and cities like Cairns, Perth, Sydney, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Brisbane and Launceston.
Jetstar will introduce a 12th daily Sydney-Gold Coast service and an extra three weekly Adelaide-Perth services.
The Melbourne-Sydney route will be boosted by two extra daily return flights, and there will be three more flights a week to Launceston.
Jetstar will offer more flights to Queensland, including four new return services to each of the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Cairns. Flights to Adelaide and Perth services will be increased by three times a week.