By The Nation
This is the airline’s third route linking Vietnam and Japan, contributing to the development of tourism, trade and cultural exchanges.
The Hanoi-Tokyo route operates daily return flights with a flight time of around six hours per leg on a new and modern aircraft.
Vietjet also has direct Hanoi-Osaka and Ho Chi Minh City-Osaka flights in cooperation with Japan Airlines. Their code-share service is also applied to Vietjet’s domestic routes, including Hanoi-HCMC, Hanoi-Da Nang and HCMC-Da Nang.
“We are delighted to launch a third direct route from Vietnam to Japan,” says Vietjet vice president Do Xuan Quang.
“This new route brings a new option for people and travellers from Tokyo and the Kanto region in general, to Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, from where they have easy access to many more of world-famous destinations such as Sapa, Ha Long Bay, Trang An and Son Doong cave.
“The two countries’ people and other nationalities can also effortlessly transit to other Southeast Asian countries or destinations across the North Asia region with Vietjet’s constantly expanding flight network.
“I believe that, with outstanding service quality, a new fleet, dedicated and friendly cabin crew, delicious and hot in-flight meals, together with amazing ticket fares and exciting in-flight entertainment, Vietjet offers its passengers wonderful flying experiences.”
With a network of 39 domestic routes and 66 international routes, Vietjet operates safe flights with a technical reliability rate of 99.66 per cent, the highest rate in Asia-Pacific.
Vietjet operates 60 A320 and A321 aircraft, with more than 385 flights daily, carrying more than 65 million passengers to date, with 104 routes covering Vietnam, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, mainland China, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia and Cambodia.
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