Vietjet Air will launch an additional 140 flights during the upcoming holidays (Photo: Vietjet Air)

HCM City (VNA)
– The low-cost carrier Vietjet Air will launch an additional 140 flights on both domestic and international routes from April 28-May 4 to meet increasing travel demands during the upcoming holidays, including National Reunification Day and International Labour Day.

Accordingly, the carrier will operate 246 flights every day over the holiday period, rising 66 percent from the same period last year.

Extra seats will be available on four return flights on the HCM City-Da Nang route, two on HCM City-Phu Quoc island route, two between Hanoi-Phu Quoc island and two between Hanoi-Da Nang.

There will also be additional flights on routes connecting HCM City to Hanoi, Hue, Vinh, Hai Phong and Thanh Hoa. Flight frequencies will also be increased on the Hanoi-Cam Ranh and Hanoi-Da Lat routes.

Detailed information can be found at and compatible with smart phones at , or via 19001886.

Owning a modern fleet of aircraft, with a friendly and professional crew as well as top-quality services, Vietjet Air has brought customers fascinating flying experiences together with special airfares and a line-up of gifts during daily golden hour.

Vietjet is the first airline in Vietnam to operate as a new-generation airline with low-cost and diversified services to meet customers' demands. It provides not only transport services but also uses the latest e-commerce technologies to offer various products and services for consumers.

In addition to the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) certificate for operational safety audit (IOSA), the carrier won the “Best Asian Low-Cost Carrier” title at the TTG Travel Awards.

Last year, Vietjet also entered the top three fastest growing Facebook airline brands in the world as rated by analysis website Social backers.

Currently, the carrier, with a fleet of 35 A320 and A321 airplanes, is operating nearly 250 flights a day on 47 domestic and international routes, including those to Singapore, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan, China, Thailand and Myanmar.

The carrier is planning to increase its presence in the Asian-Pacific market to serve the demands of customers. It has signed agreements with prestigious aircraft manufacturers to purchase additional new-generation planes.-VNA