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Jetstar Pacific launches Hai Phong-Quang Binh route

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A Jetstar airplane (Photo courtesy of Jetstar)

Hanoi (VNA)
– Travel from the northern port city of Hai Phong and Dong Hoi in central Quang Binh province will become much easier when the low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacfic launch its flight on the route from April 29.

Accordingly, three round-trip flights will be operated a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with flight duration of one hour, using 180-seat Airbus A320 aircraft, the carrier announced on March 30.

The flight from Hai Phong will depart at 17:35 and the return leg at 19:10.

In celebration of the new route, the airline is offering promotional fares priced from only 40,000 VND (1.76 USD). The promotion is applicable from 11:00-24:00 on March 30.

The tickets are available on www.jetstar.com for flights between September 11 and October 29, 2017.

The opening of Hai Phong-Dong Hoi air route is part of a tourism development cooperation programme between Jetstar Pacific, Hai Phong city and Quang Binh province. It is also part of the dual-brand strategy between the carrier and Vietnam Airlines to enlarge the flight network, meeting demands from customers and stimulating tourism growth.

Quang Binh province is home to a line-up of stunning landscapes, which have drawn increasing attraction from both domestic and foreign holiday-makers. Meanwhile, Hai Phong is one of the significant economic centres in the north with huge potentials for tourism development.

On the occasion, cheap tickets on domestic and international routes are provided from 88,000 VND (3.86 USD) to 348,000 VND (15.28 USD), depending on different routes.


The Hai Phong-Dong Hoi route is the 40th of Jetstar Pacific’s flight network, which is linked with the network operated by Jetstar Group connecting 80 destinations in 17 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

Jetstar Pacific is a member of the Jetstar Group. It has two major shareholders: Vietnam Airlines and Qantas of Australia.-VNA
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