A320 the ninth in a deal to purchase or lease 100 Airbus aircraft.
Vietjet Air’s newest aircraft landed at Ho Chi Minh City’s Tan Son Nhat International Airport from Toulouse in France late on the evening of October 7.
An A320 with Sharklet wingtips, the aircraft is the ninth in a milestone agreement between Vietjet and Airbus on purchasing or leasing 100 aircraft. “With this addition to our fleet as well as the continuous launching of attractive promotions, Vietjet expresses its efforts at ongoing service improvements,” said Mr. Desmond Lin, Director of Business Development. “This explains why the airline is receiving more and more support from passengers.”
The aircraft, with an advanced design that helps reduce fuel costs and CO2 emissions, will boost the carrier’s efficiency and protect the environment. With a fleet of 28 A320s and A321s the carrier will easily accommodate the ever-increasing demand during the festive season and the Tet holidays while at the same time expanding its domestic and international routes.
“When flying with Vietjet, passengers can experience the full suite of our premium services, with access to a luxury lounge, comfortable seating on modern aircraft, a refreshing drink and delicious hot meals served by our friendly flight attendants, and plenty of special surprises onboard,” Mr. Lin added.
To welcome the new aircraft the carrier will hold a promotion for its SkyBoss passengers, with fare reductions of 15 per cent when payment is made via VISA cards at https://visa.vietjetair.com from now until December 12.