Vietnam’s ‘Bikini Airline’ VietJet will launch its newest international route connecting the Danang, a central city of Vietnam and Bangkok on October 15.
According to the announcement last week, the new international route emphasizes Vietjet’s goal of increasing the number of destinations for the convenience and enjoyment of its flyers, the carrier said in a statement.
Daily flight service from Danang to Bangkok departs Danang at 1.35pm and arrives at 3.15pm, while the flight leaves Suvarnabhumi airport at 11.10am and arrives in Danang at 12.50pm. VNS, a local news channel reported.
Taking just one hour and 40 minutes, the flight connects two vibrant cities together. Bangkok is the capital of Thailand, the land of smiles, with popular tourist attractions such as the exotic grand palace and weekend market shopping paradise. From Bangkok, passengers can also connect to other Thai destinations such as Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket and Krabi, according to Vietjet.
Currently, Vietjet operates 60 A320, A321 aircraft with more than 385 flights daily, carrying more than 60 million passengers to date, with 95 routes covering destinations in Việt Nam as well as international destinations such as Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, mainland China, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia and Cambodia.
The airline said it will continue to expand its flight network across the Asia-Pacific region and has signed contracts to buy new-generation aircraft from prestigious global plane manufacturers.
Vietjet, is an international low-cost airline from Vietnam. It was the first privately owned new-age airline to be established in Vietnam. According to Customer Reviews on airlinequality.com – the comprehensive Airline and Airport customer review site for airlines and airports across the world – as of Oct 08, 2018, Vietjet gets 4/10 on average of customer rating from 191 reviews.
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