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Tickets selling for VND0 from July 27 to July 29 on certain international flights between August 1 and December 31.
Vietjet Air is offering 100,000 super cheap tickets starting at just VND0 from July 27 to July 29 on its official website www.vietjetair.com.
The tickets are available for flights from Vietnam to Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Myanmar from August 1 to December 31, excluding public holidays.
The cheap tickets are sold from 12pm to 2pm (Vietnam time) on its website (compatible with smartphones) and its official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/vietjetvietnam (click the “Dat ve” tab).
Payments can be made via Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, JCB, and the cards of 24 large Vietnamese banks with internet banking.
Vietjet has proven to be hugely popular by offering more and more flying opportunities at the best fares ever with daily promotions and regular mega-promotions. It also features fast and easy check-in procedures, luxurious leather seats, and a menu with delicious hot meals and in-flight souvenirs.
It now boasts a fleet of 40 aircraft, including A320s and A321s, and operates 300 flights each day. It has opened 53 routes in Vietnam and across the region, to destinations such as Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, China and Myanmar and has carried nearly 25 million passengers to date.
Looking ahead, the airline plans to expand its network throughout the region. It has signed agreements with the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers to purchase more modern aircraft.
It recently secured IOSA certification from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) after just three years of operations. It was also among the Top 500 Brands in Asia 2016 and named “Best Asian Low Cost Carrier” at the TTG Travel Awards 2015, based on votes from travelers, travel agencies and tour operators in Asia. The airline was also rated as one of the Top 3 fastest-growing airline brands on Facebook by Socialbakers.
In 2014 it signed a contract to purchase 100 Airbus aircraft and last May also put pen to paper with Boeing to purchase 100 737 MAX 200 aircraft, costing $11.3 billion; the biggest agreement in the history of trade relations between Vietnam and the US.