Vietjet Air will introduce two new international routes from Ho Chi Minh City to Tokyo (Narita) and from Nha Trang to Busan in South Korea in the summer, with tickets now available.
The two new routes aim to connect the popular tourism cities and meet the travel needs of local people and tourists as well as contribute to promoting regional trade and integration.
The Ho Chi Minh City – Tokyo flights will operate daily from July 12, with a flying time of around six hours per leg. Flights depart Ho Chi Minh City at 12.05am and arrive in Tokyo at 8am. The return flight takes off from Tokyo at 9am and lands in Ho Chi Minh City at 1.05pm (all local times).
The Nha Trang – Busan flights, meanwhile, will operate four days a week from July 16, with a flying time of around four hours and 40 minutes per leg. Flights depart Nha Trang at 11.50pm and arrive at Busan at 6.30am. The return flight takes off from Busan at 8.05am and lands in Nha Trang at 10.45am (all local times).
To celebrate the new routes, Vietjet is offering 670,000 super saving tickets priced from $0 (excluding taxes and fees) on three golden days from March 13 to 15 at www.vietjetair.com.
The promotional tickets are available during the golden hours between 12pm and 2pm (GMT+7) and are for all international routes to Tokyo and Osaka in Japan, Seoul, Busan and Daegu in South Korea, Kaohsiung, Taipei, Taichung and Tainan in Taiwan (China), Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai in Thailand, Yangon in Myanmar, Siem Reap in Cambodia, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur, as well as all local routes in Thailand. The flying period is from May 14 to December 31 (excluding holidays).
Vietjet Air now operates some 400 flights daily, carrying more than 70 million passengers to date on 108 routes to destinations in Vietnam and internationally such as Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan (China), mainland China, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Cambodia.
With a network comprising 39 domestic routes and 69 international routes, Vietjet’s technical reliability rate stands at 99.64 per cent.
According to a report on VET