New A320 added to Vietjet Air’s fleet

The low-cost carrier Vietjet Air welcomed an additional A320 aircraft on May 13th, increasing the number of its planes to 25 with a view to meeting the high travel demands this summer.
May 14, 2015 | 16:27

The move also helps the carrier expand its domestic and international presence.

Vietjet Air is currently operating 150 flights per day on 30 air routes, covering domestic destinations and a number of international destinations in Singapore, Thailand, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan (China), and Cambodia.

New A320 added to Vietjet Air’s fleet

A Vietjet A320 at the Tan Son Nhat international airport (Photo: VNA)

On this occasion, the carrier decided to provide additional 1,500 flights, offering 270,000 tickets from VND199,000 (USD9.26) for short routes and VND399,000 (USD18.56) for over-one-hour voyage.

The special fares are particularly reserved for passengers booking tickets before May 30th for flights departing from now until August 30th./.


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