Passengers get off the plane in the first flight on a new route. (Source: Courtesy of Jetstar Pacific)

Hanoi (VNA) - Jetstar Pacific, Vietnam’s low-cost airline, has opened three new domestic routes.

The new routes are between HCM City and Da Lat in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, Vinh in the central province of Nghe An and Cam Ranh in the central province of Khanh Hoa, and Hanoi and Tuy Hoa in the central province of Phu Yen.

The cheapest price from HCM City to Da Lat is 450,000 VND (20 USD). From Vinh to Cam Ranh is 790,000 VND and from Hanoi to Tuy Hoa is 1,020,000 VND.

Flights will begin on December 15, with one flight per week between HCM City and Da Lat, three flights per week between Vinh and Cam Ranh, and four flights per week between Hanoi and Tuy Hoa.

On the occasion, the airline will sell tickets at the price of 3,000 VND on 18 domestic routes and five international routes from 11 a.m on November 16 to November 17.

From 11 a.m. on November 17 to November 20, the ‘Buy a departing ticket, get a free return ticket’ promotion programme will be applied to 23 domestic routes and five international routes.

Tickets will be automatically distributed by computers at all sales channels, including www.jetstar.com , ticket offices and agents nationwide.

At the end of October, the airline opened routes from Hue to Da Lat, HCM City to Pleiku and Chu Lai to Buon Ma Thuot.

Vietnam Airlines and Qantas Airlines, main shareholders of Jetstar Pacific, agreed to increase the airline’s fleet to 30 planes by 2020.

Jetstar Pacific is a member of the Jestar Group, a leading low-cost airline brand in Asia-Pacific with a fleet of 75 aircraft and network of routes to 17 countries.-VNA