Posted on: 15 April 2014 by Mark Howells
VietJet has announced a new route between Hanoi and Phu Quoc Island.
At the same time, VietJet plans to increase the frequency on all routes to more than 140 flights per week in summer equivalent to 25,200 seats every week.
The service is planned to begin on 28 May with 7 return flights per week. On the Hanoi–Phu Quoc leg, the flight takes off at 13:10 from Hanoi and lands at 15:40 at Phu Quoc. In the opposite direction, the flight departs at 16:10 from Phu Quoc and arrives at 18:40 at Hanoi.
VietJet is increasing frequency of its busiest routes to meet the surging demand in summer as follows: Ho Chi Minh City–Hanoi (14 return flights/day), HCMC–Danang (7 return flights/day), Hanoi–Danang (4 return flights/day), Hanoi–Nha Trang (3 return flights/day), HCMC–Nha Trang (3 return flights/day), HCMC–Phu Quoc (3 return flights/day), HCMC–Hai Phong (4 return flights/day), HCMC–Hue (3 return flights/day). VietJet also plans to increase frequency on other routes in the near future.
VietJet currently operates 24 routes domestically and internationally. The airline will expand more routes in Vietnam and also in key economic regions in the Asia-Pacific, offering passengers flexible schedules relating to routes and time.