Vietjet continue growth in Australian market, announcing new flights to Sydney

Ho Chi Minh city, July 22nd 2020: An Airbus A321NX of Vietjet Air was departing from runway 25L of Tan Son Nhat International Airport.

Vietnamese budget airline, Vietjet has announced a new direct route running between Ho Chi Minh city and Sydney from April this year.

Looking for an affordable and exciting way to explore Ho Chi Minh city? Vietjet has answered the call, starting April 12 the airline will operate six direct flights a week, giving passengers the change to experience Ho Chi Minh with ease and convenience.

Members of Vietjet’s SkyJoy loyalty program can also earn up to 3,330 SkyPoints when purchasing tickets, able to be redeemed for attractive Vietjet vouchers and gifts from over 250 popular food, shopping and tourism brands in Vietnam.

Those who book tickets before March 15, 2023, will also receive an extra VND100,000 e-voucher when paying with Vietjet at evoucher.vietjetair.com.

A range of ticket classes will be available, including SkyBoss Business, SkyBoss, Deluxe, and Eco, each with all-inclusive services, up to 60 Kg checked baggage, free travel insurance, and many other attractive incentives.

Experience the best of SkyBoss Business/SkyBoss – Wings The Leaders or Deluxe package with exclusive utilities, or go for the affordable Eco class and still enjoy a comfortable and enjoyable flight.

Vietjet, the countries first new age, privately owned airline has been on a hot streak announcing routes to Australia in recent weeks.

In January, they announced flights between Ho Chi Minh city and Melbourne,  adding over 136,000 seats to the Victorian capital each year.

Last week, they also revealed thousands of free flights on the Ho Chi Minh to Melbourne route.

“With the careful preparation of the region’s newest and most modern wide-body fleet and all-in service package to meet the demands of each passenger group, Vietjet is ready to expand the international network, restore trade tourism,” Nguyen Thanh Son, VP, Vietjet, said.

“We will bring Australia closer to Vietnamese, the demands for business investment, study abroad and tourism in this country become easy and convenient, following Melbourne we will expand to the cities of Sydney, Brisbane, Darwin, Adelaide this year.”

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