Vietjet Air opens additional domestic air routes

The low-cost carrier Vietjet Air will launch two new air routes linking Hanoi to Quy Nhon and Ho Chi Minh city to Dong Hoi to meet the growing travel demand to the two central coastal provinces.

The low-cost carrier Vietjet Air will launch two new air routes linking Hanoi to Quy Nhon and Ho Chi Minh city to Dong Hoi to meet the growing travel demand to the two central coastal provinces.

The Hanoi-Quy Nhon flight route will be operated on April 26th, estimated flying time is one hour and 35 minutes. Flight from Hanoi will take off at 10:25am and arrive in Quy Nhon at 12:00pm. The return flight will depart from Quy Nhon at 12:25pm and land in Hanoi at 14:10pm.

Vietjet Air opens additional domestic air routes

The air route connecting Ho Chi Minh city to Dong Hoi will open on April 29th, with flight duration of one hour and 35 minutes. Flight from Ho Chi Minh city will depart at 10:40am and land in Dong Hoi at 12:15pm. Coming in the opposite direction, a flight will take off at 12:50pm in Dong Hoi and arrive in Ho Chi Minh city at 14:25pm.

Tickets can be booked and purchased at www.vietjetair.com (also compatible on smartphones) or www.facebook.com/vietjetvietnam (click “Đặt vé” tab). Alternatively, travelers can go to any of Vietjet’s authorized ticket outlets throughout the country.

On this occasion, the airline will offer thousands of free air tickets from 12:00pm to 14:00pm (Vietnam time) every day from February 2nd to 8th.

For this promotion, lucky passengers can book flights on the Hanoi – Quy Nhon route from April 26th to October 31st. For the Ho Chi Minh city – Dong Hoi route, the promotion’s travel period will run from April 29th to October 31st (excluding holidays).

Quy Nhon is the capital and largest city in the southern central province of Binh Dinh. Meanwhile, Dong Hoi is the capital and biggest city in the northern central province of Quang Binh./.

( Hoang Quan )

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