Vietjet transfers operations to Terminal T1 at Yangon int’l airport hinh anh 1Illustrative image (Source: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam’s budget carrier Vietjet Air has transferred its flight operations from Terminal T2 to Terminal T1 of Myanmar’s Yangon International Airport in order to meet the airport’s renovation requirements.

At Terminal T1, Vietjet’s check-in counters are at row B – counters 7, 8 and 9, with synchronous design and equipped with modern equipment and branding signs, making it easier for customers to locate them.

The opening time of check-in counters for international flights is still three hours before departure time while the closing time is 50 minutes before departure time.

Terminal T1, which was inaugurated in March 2016, is one of the main gateways greeting visitors to Myanmar.

Since conducting its first flight to Yangon in 2015, Vietjet has played an important role in connecting and boosting cooperation between the two countries while meeting demand for travel and trade.

Following the “Consumer Airline” model, Vietjet is continually opening new routes, adding more aircraft, investing in modern technology, and offering more added-on products and services to serve customers’ demand.

With 60 A320 and A321 aircraft, the carrier runs over 380 flights per day to and from domestic destinations and Hong Kong (China), Singapore, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan (China), Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia and Cambodia.-VNA