新加坡廣告標準管理局（ASAS）已規定，從11月1日起所有廣告必須刊登機票及旅游配套全價，包括機場稅、保險和行政費、柴油附加費.If you read English, few other similar news...
New rules set by the Advertising Standards Authority of Singapore (ASAS) will require travel agents and airlines to advertise full fares so travellers know right away how much their air ticket or holiday will cost, The Straits Times learnt.eTravel Blackboard quoted:
From Saturday the 1st of November, Advertising Standards Authority of Singapore (ASAS) guidelines stipulate that all airlines must advertise fares inclusive of taxes and surcharges.According to the news articles, the airline was still stubborn to remove those misleading ads:
Despite this, Jetstar continues to advertise their $0* sale fares through its website.We Malaysian always tease the southern neighbor country kiasu, kiasi and kia whatever. They kia, but see what their government delivered to them. We don't kia anything and what do we get from our beloved G??!!