Vietjet woos Indians to Vietnam

Jay L Lingeswara, Commercial Director, Vietjet, reveals their expansion plans and promotional offers to make air travel more convenient and affordable for Indians travelling to Vietnam.

TT Bureau

Emphasising on the importance of inbound traffic from India to Vietnam, Jay L Lingeswara, Commercial Director, Vietjet, invited Indians to visit their country. As India becomes the largest tourism gateway to Vietnam, Vietjet continues to expand its flight network in the country, he said.

The airlines recently announced 13 more direct flights from major Indian cities, including Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, New Delhi and Mumbai, to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang and Phu Quoc. Current operational routes are Delhi and Mumbai to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. According to the expansion plans, Vietjet will soon operate 17 routes from India to Vietnam to further connect to major destinations in India, including Southeast Asia (Bali, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur), Northeast Asia (Seoul, Busan, Tokyo, Osaka, Taipei) and the Asia Pacific Region.

The airlines offers 30,000 promotional tickets for just `9 (excluding taxes and fees) to the Indias wanting to visit Vietnam. The offer, valid till 26 August 2022, allows travelling from 15 August 2022 to 26 March  2023 (excluding public holidays). “With 17 direct services, Vietjet will operate the largest flight network ever between India and Vietnam from September onwards. It is also more convenient and affordable for Indian travellers to visit not only Vietnam’s top destinations, but also connect to other destinations in Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, and all over Asia Pacific, thanks to Vietjet’s expanding flight network. As the first airline flying directly between Vietnam and India, Vietjet is confident of further strengthening both countries’ connection in the coming time to meet travellers’ evolving demands while being able to offer them the most affordable airfares,” he said.


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