Vietnam's fastest growing airline is picking up the pace as summertime approaches by adding an extra 1,600 extra flights – equivalent to 300,000 seats – to better serve passengers travelling from mid-May until the end of August..Desmond Lin, Business Development Manager of VietJetAir, said: “The holiday begins once you go on board one of our flights. Our dynamic and professional cabin crew always ensures our valued customers have a comfortable, entertaining and memorable flight – that’s the VietJetAir way.”
The Hanoi - Danang route will go from two to three round trips per day, meanwhile flights from Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang, Phu Quoc, Vinh and Haiphong will double (from one to two round trips) from May 20 to August 31, 2013.
During the summer period, VietJetAir will be opening a new route from Hanoi to Nha Trang, one of the country’s most famous beach destinations, starting with two round trips per day. There will also soon be a daily flight from Ho Chi Minh City and the coffee capital of Vietnam, Buon Ma Thuot in the Central Highlands. Existing routes from Ho Chi Minh City to Hai Phong and Bangkok as well as from Hanoi to Dalat are also due to increase in frequency.
As ever bookings can made via www.vietjetair.com, or by calling +84 1900 1886 or contacting your nearest VietJetAir sales outlet in Vietnam or Thailand.
“We are committed to creating more low-cost flying opportunities for our customers by expanding our network and scheduling even more flights,” said Desmond Lin. “Our attention to detail regarding safety and professionalism as well as our affordable costs, means we are not only the best choice for holidays makers but also businesspeople flying regularly in Vietnam or between Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City. With VietJetAir you can save more, and fly more whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure.”
VietJetAir has grown from strength to strength since its debut flight on December 31, 2011. The airline now has more than 400 flights a week all operated by brand new Airbus A320 aircraft and has served over one million passengers. The carrier also boasts 10 routes with domestic connections and one international route, and, according to Lin, will soon introduce more international flights to major cities around Asia.