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.

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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