To propel the air travel market in the last quarter, Vietjet has fully recovered all domestic flights and increased the frequency to 250 flights a day, the highest so far.
|Vietjet is trying to revive domestic tourism with the support of 5-star hotel chains, resorts, and serviced apartments with a 50 per cent discount campaign |
The routes connecting Ho Chi Minh City with Phu Quoc/Dalat/Nha Trang and those connecting Hanoi with Phu Quoc/Dalat/Nha Trang/Can Tho have increased flight frequency in anticipation of the festive season. A lot of resources have also been redirected into the routes between Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi to Hue, Danang, Vinh, Thanh Hoa, and Haiphong to provide customers with more options and convenience.
To celebrate this, from now until October 9, 2020, using the promo code “DELUXE” to enjoy the package discount of 50 per cent on flight tickets and accommodations when directly booking domestic flights with Vietjet and accommodations at many different 5-star hotels, resorts, and serviced apartments like Furama Resort Danang, L’Alya Ninh Van Bay, Ariyana SmartCondotel Nha Trang, and Republic Plaza Serviced Apartment from October 10 to December 31, 2021.
The Deluxe ticket provides convenience, flexibility, and unparalleled hospitality services. Not only that, Vietjet also upgrades and adds more exclusive business services for the high-end Skyboss class such as personal assistant, luxury waiting lounge, and flight insurance, among others.
Complete the experience with Vietjet SkyClub, Visa/Master/AMEX/JCB/KCP/UnionPay card or bank cards from 34 trusted banks in Vietnam (with internet banking) for even more benefits.
Start looking for chilling Autumn adventures or a glorious Spring picnic trail with Vietjet. There is nothing more satisfying than enjoying unique spcialities and explore new places such as Dalat, Halong, Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An, or some of the world's most beautiful beaches in Nha Trang and Phu Quoc.
All Vietjet flights follow a strict protocol on aviation safety in compliance with the guidelines issued by the authorities, the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to ensure the health of passengers, crew members, and the community.