Vietjet to add an extra daily round trip to Bangkok

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VietNamNet Bridge – Vietjet has announced plans to increase the frequency of its flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok from May 18 to meet growing demand for low-cost air travel between the two cities.


With three round trips per day, the route will have a capacity of 7,560 seats per week, giving Vietjet’s passengers more choices when planning their travel itinerary.

The new schedule will now see Vietjet flights depart Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City at 8:30am, 11:15am and 2:15pm (Vietnam time).

Coming in the other direction, flights will depart Bangkok every day at 11:30am, 1:50pm and 7:55pm (Thailand time). The flight duration is about one hour and 30 minutes.

Tickets can be booked and purchased via (also compatible on mobile phones) or by clicking on (look for the “Booking” tab). Customers can also book tickets by visiting their nearest VietJet ticket outlet or calling 1900 1886.

In accordance with the airline’s expansion plans, Vietjet will welcome more brand new Airbus jets to its fleet this September. The airline operates 28 domestic and international routes with a fleet of 23 Airbus aircraft.



To fulfil the promise of its slogan “Enjoy Flying!” every Vietjet aircraft features a comfy leather-covered seat so passengers can sit back, relax and order one of nine delicious hot meals, served by the airline’s famously fun and friendly flight attendants. An extensive snack menu is also available on every flight. Furthermore, passengers can purchase souvenirs from the in-flight Vietjet boutique or select luxury goods from the duty-free shop, now available on all international flights.

Vietjet, the first privately owned airline in Vietnam, operates a fleet of 22 Airbus A320 aircraft and one Airbus A321. The airline operates 150 flights per day, transporting 10 million passengers in total so far. The airline covers 28 local and international routes across the country and the region to Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, and Cambodia.


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