Vietjet adds routes, signs deal with

Vietjet fleet
(PHOTO: Vietjet) has is now connecting to Phu Quoc island in Vietnam with Taiwan’s economic hub Taipei. The new service will offer more opportunities for the development of tourism and trade between the two localities and in the region.

The Phu Quoc – Taipei service operates daily return flights. The flights from Phu Quoc to Taipei depart at 8:25 and land at 13:00. From Taipei, the flights take off at 14:00 and arrive in Phu Quoc at 16:50 (All in local time). Vietjet operates direct services linking Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi to Taipei, Kaohsiung and Taichung, together with the  Can Tho – Taipei and Taipei – Phu Quoc services. These connections enable international flyers from Taiwan, with a stop in Vietnam, reaching out to Southeast Asia (Jakarta, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, Vientiane, Siem Reap), Australia, India, Kazakhstan and other Asia Pacific destinations.

Vietjet also announced it has opened ticket sales for the new direct route between Hanoi and Dien Bien, which will be launched this March. The non-stop service will shorten travel time between the two localities from 10 hours to less than an hour to boost trade and tourism opportunities between the Northwest region and the capital city Hanoi, as well as Northern delta provinces. The Hanoi – Dien Bien route will commence operation from March 1, 2024, with a frequency of three return flights per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The flights depart from Hanoi at 09:30 and arrive in Dien Bien at 10:25. The return flights depart from Dien Bien at 11:00 and land in Hanoi at 11:50.

Vietjet Air and Group Sign MOU
Vietjet Air and Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to leverage the expertise and resources of both parties to make travel easier and more convenient for travellers around the world. This will be achieved through various initiatives, such as offering Group’s products – including hotels, airport transfers, attractions and activities – to customers on Vietjet’s website at Meanwhile, the Group will provide Vietjet with innovative technologies, such as the Virtual Interline solution to widen Vietjet’s global network footprint, and also share valuable insights to empower Vietjet to make informed decisions to optimise customer experience. Furthermore, the data integration initiative will enable customers to enjoy numerous benefits from both parties’ loyalty programmes. Members of Vietjet SkyJoy and Rewards can accumulate reward points to exchange for gifts, flight tickets, and other incentives from abundant third-party products and services.

Yudong Tan, Chief Executive Officer, Flights, Group, said: “We are delighted to partner with Vietjet Air, a leading low-cost airline, to offer travellers seamless experiences when planning and booking their trips with a comprehensive range of travel products and deals. We have worked with Vietjet before on successful campaigns to promote Vietnam as a destination of choice for travellers, and believe our mutual commitment to prioritising customer satisfaction is a testament to both companies’ customer centricity. We look forward to a fruitful partnership with Vietjet Air.”


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