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Hai Phong (VNA) - Vietjet has made its debut flight for the Hai Phong – Bangkok route and welcomed the flight’s first passengers arriving at the airport at Cat Bi International Airport in the northern port city of Hai Phong.

The new route to Bangkok is poised to meet the increasing travel demand from individuals and tourists, thus help boost the regional trade and integration.

The Hai Phong – Bangkok route is operated on every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with flight time of one hour 50 minutes per leg. The Bangkok – Hai Phong flight takes off at 15:20 and arrives at Hai Phong at 17:10. The return flight departs at 17:40 and lands in Bangkok at 19:30.

Conveniently located in the northeast Vietnam as the centre for economic and social growth for the region, Hai Phong has great potential for tourism development with a series of local specialties and services for international tourists’ experience.

Vietjet has so far operated 10,000 flights, carrying nearly 2 million passengers on the eight routes to and from Hai Phong. Meanwhile, Thailand is known as the “smile land”, the shopping paradise and favorite traditional and cultural tourism services. The new route will well connect the two key cities of Hai Phong and Bangkok, bringing more travel opportunities to individuals and tourists at the most affordable costs.

With its high-quality services, special low-fare tickets and diverse ticket classes, Vietjet offers its passengers enjoyable flights with dynamic and friendly flight crew, comfy seats, amazing hot meals and special surprises from the airline’s inflight activities.

Vietjet Air now owns more than 40 A320 and A321 planes which make some 350 flights every day. Its flight network has covered almost all destinations in Vietnam and many others in Singapore, the Republic of Korea, China, Thailand, Myanmar and Malaysia.

It has provided services for more than 30 million passengers so far.-VNA