Vietjet will launch a new route between its base in Ho Chi Minh City and Seoul from November 7.
The service will run seven-times weekly, with the away leg departing Tan Son Nhat International Airport at 1215, and arriving in Incheon International Airport at 0725. The return flight will then take off from the South Korean capital at 1120 and touch back down in Ho Chi Minh City at 1450.
The new route will complement the carrier’s existing daily service between Hanoi and Seoul, while also enabling connections to other part of Vietnam including Da Nang, Nha Trang and Phu Quoc Island.
With a fleet consisting of 25 Airbus A320 aircraft, Vietjet currently operates a total of 150 flights daily across 32 domestic and international routes. Its foreign presence includes services to Bangkok, Siem Reap, Singapore and Taipei. It is also due to launch thrice-weekly flights to Vladivostok, Russia later this year.
To commemorate the announcement of the Ho Chi Minh–Seoul route, Vietjet is giving away 50,000 flights tickets for free, applicable to all routes to the South Korean city. The promotion will run from 1pm to 3pm daily, from June 18 to June 25. Terms and conditions apply.
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