Shares bounced back slightly on Friday on the HCM Stock Exchange but slipped on the Hà Nội bourse, affected by the somber result of the State Capital Investment Corporation’s (SCIC) divestment from Vinaconex.
“This new route will serve the travel demands of locals and tourists, connect two popular travel destinations and contribute to promoting trade and integration in the region,” Vietjet said in its statement.
Việt Nam’s Housing Development Bank (HD Bank) will be the fifth bank to list its shares on the country’s stock exchanges after VIB, Kienlongbank, VPBank and LienVietPostBank.
Vietjet on Friday is offering 800,000 promotional tickets priced only from zero đồng on its website, www.vietjetair.com, to welcome the online shopping day, Online Friday.
Vietjet is launching new routes from December 2017, including six international routes connecting Thailand and Việt Nam, offering more travel and trade opportunities between these cities.
Vietjet is the first airline operating a direct service between Đà Lạt and Bangkok.
Vietjet on Thursday launched three golden days, selling 700,000 tickets priced from only zero đồng on www.vietjetair.com, as part of ongoing Hà Nội Sales Promotion Month 2017.
The Vietnamese economy needs “breakthrough businesses” to improve competitiveness and the quality of GDP growth, experts said at a conference held in HCM City on Nov 21.
The on-time performance record of domestic Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air, Jetstar Pacific and Vasco in October was 18,392 flights.
President Trần Đại Quang and President Donald Trump witnessed the signing of co-operation agreements worth a total of US$12 billion, mostly in aviation, petroleum and seaports between Việt Nam and the US after their talks in Hà Nội on Sunday.