Budget carrier to open flights to Tainan and Kuala Lumpur

The low-cost carrier Vietjet Air will connect Ho Chi Minh city to Tainan city (China) and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) from June 2016, announced the airlines on April 12th.

The low-cost carrier Vietjet Air will connect Ho Chi Minh city to Tainan city (China) and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) from June 2016, announced the airlines on April 12th.

Accordingly, the Ho Chi Minh city - Tainan city route will offer flights every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from June 22nd, lasting about three hours and 15 minutes per leg.

Budget carrier to open flights to Tainan and Kuala Lumpur

The flights depart from Ho Chi Minh city at 10:45 (local time) and arrive in Tainan at 15:00 (local time). Return flights take off from Tainan at 16:00 (local time) and arrive in Ho Chi Minh city at 18:15 (local time).

Meanwhile, the Ho Chi Minh city - Kuala Lumpur route will start from June 1st, with daily flights. Flying time each way is about one hour and 55 minutes.

The flights depart from Ho Chi Minh city at 9:30 (local time) and arrive in Kuala Lumpur at 12:25 (local time). Return flights take off from Kuala Lumpur at 13:00 (local time) and arrive in Ho Chi Minh at 13:55 (local time).

On this occasion, Vietjet air will increase flight frequency on the Ho Chi Minh city - Taipei (China) route from one daily round trip to two from June 18th, 2016.

Aiming to celebrate the launch of the new international routes, the carrier will offer 50,000 promotional tickets just from USD0. The promotion, which runs from April 12th to April 18th, between 12:00 and 14:00 daily, is applied for all tickets on routes connecting Ho Chi Minh city with Kuala Lumpur, Tainan and Taipei.

The promotion travel period for the Ho Chi Minh city - Kuala Lumpur route is from June 1st, to October 30th; and for the Ho Chi Minh - Tainan/Taipei route, from June 22nd, to October 30th, (excluding public holidays)./.

( Compiled by VNF )

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