Vietjet Air opens Hanoi – Phu Quoc Island route

Fleets of low-cost carrier Vietjet Air (Photo: Coutersy of Vietjet Air)

In order to meet increasing demand during summer period, Vietnamese budget carrier VietJet Air launches new route Hanoi – Phu Quoc Island.

Starting May 28, there will be seven round trips per week on the new route, the Vietnamese low-cost carrier has announced.

At the same time, VietJet will increase the frequency on all routes to more than 140 flights per week in summer equivalent to 25.200 seats offered every week in peak season.

The HCMC to Hanoi route has 14 round flights per day; the HCMC-Da Nang route will have seven round trips a day; the HCMC-Hai Phong City route with four round trips a day; the HCMC- Nha Trang route with three round trips a day; the route between HCMC-Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam's largest island, with three round trips a day; the HCMC – Thua Thien-Hue Province in the central route with three round trips every day; the Hanoi- Da Nang route four round trips a day; the Hanoi – Nha Trang route three round trips per day.

By My Hanh - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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