By THE NATION
These new routes aim to expand the airline's international flight network while offering more travel opportunities for people from the North to the South of Vietnam and creating more convenient connections for travellers to visit Vietnam's famous destinations.
In celebration of the new routes, millions of promotional tickets priced only from zero dollar (excluding taxes and fees) are up for grabs during the three golden days from December 10 to 12, between the golden hours noon to 2pm (GMT+7).
The promotional tickets are applied to all Vietjet's international routes between Vietnam and Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar and Cambodia as well as all routes operated by Thai Vietjet.
The promotional tickets for all flights between Vietnam and Japan can be snapped at any time during the three golden days.
The promotional tickets are valid from January 3, 2020 to October 24, 2020 (excluding public holidays).
The Da Lat-Seoul (Incheon) route will operate four return flights per week, starting from January 15, 2020. The flight departs from Da Lat at 5.10pm and arrives in Seoul (Incheon) at 11.55pm. The return flight takes off from Seoul (Incheon) at 2.30am and lands in Da Lat at 5.50am (all in local times).
The Can Tho-Seoul (Incheon) route will operate three return flights per week starting from January 16, 2020.
The flight departs from Can Tho at 4.50pm and arrives in Seoul (Incheon) at 11.55pm. The return flight takes off from Seoul (Incheon) at 2.30am and lands in Can Tho at 6.20am (all in local times).
With the two new routes, Vietjet now has 11 routes, operating the most flights connecting Vietnam and South Korea, including Hanoi/Ho Chi Minh City/Hai Phong/Da Nang/ Nha Trang/Phu Quoc/Can Tho/Da Lat - Seoul, Hanoi/Nha Trang - Busan and Da Nang-Daegu.
The Can Tho-Taipei route will operate four return flights per week, starting from January 10, 2020. The flight departs from Can Tho at 12.40pm and arrives in Taipei at 5.10pm.
The return flight takes off from Taipei at 6.10pm and lands in Can Tho at 8.55pm (all in local times). After five years of operation in Taiwan, Vietjet operates the most routes between Vietnam and Taiwan with nine routes, including Hanoi/Ho Chi Minh City/Da Nang/Can Tho - Taipei, Ho Chi Minh City/Hanoi - Taichung/ Kaohsiung and Ho Chi Minh City-Tainan.
The Hanoi-Bali route will operate daily return flights, starting from January 26, 2020.
The flight departs from Hanoi at 10am and arrives in Bali at 4.25pm. The return flight takes off from Bali at 5.30pm and lands in Hanoi at 9.55pm (all in local times). Vietjet is the first and only carrier to operate direct flights from Hanoi to Bali. This is the second route of Vietjet to Bali following the Ho Chi Minh City-Bali route operated since May 2019.