International Business & Economy Jetstar goes Singlish to celebrate Singapore's 51st National Day

Jetstar goes Singlish to celebrate Singapore’s 51st National Day

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On 1 April, Jetstar pranked its readers that it was adopting Singlish as its official language. But now, they are doing it for real. But for one day only, 9 Aug – the day Singapore kena kicked out of Malaysia.

In a video published in its Facebook titled, “Wah seh, Jetstar really goes Singlish, no bluff!”, Jetstar said that their Singlish onboard announcements will only be on some flights, especially on the once flying into Singapore.

The budget airlines company also kicked off its National Day Sale campaign with the release of the video saying: “And don’t forget to cheong our very special SGD51 sale starting at 12am on Tuesday 2 August, so cheap don’t buy you really rugi!”
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