Vietjet wins triple crown for best customer values and excellent inflight services

November, 29/2022 - 06:31

The airline has been also honoured as the ‘Best Low-cost Airline in Vietnam’ at the annual World Airline Awards 2022 by Skytrax, the world’s leading international air transport rating organization.

 

A Vietjet attendant serving passengers on board. — Photo courtesy of Vietjet

HCM CITY — Vietjet has won twin awards from the notable magazine World Business Outlook, including “Most Valued Airline of the Year in Asia 2022” and “Best Cabin Crew Service in ASIA 2022”.

Vietjet, together with FPT, Vietcombank and Viettel, are the Vietnamese enterprises named in this year’s awards among other international brands.

The airline has been also honoured as the ‘Best Low-cost Airline in Vietnam’ at the annual World Airline Awards 2022 by Skytrax, the world’s leading international air transport rating organization.

“These awards are an acknowledgement of our continuous perseverance to maintain trustful flight operation and the highest customer satisfaction rate through pioneering solutions and services,” said Vietjet Vice President Nguyễn Thanh Sơn.

“With 150 million passengers transported across Việt Nam and throughout the world, Vietjet has taken the lead to bring flying opportunities to everyone, continuously adopt new technology, and further optimise customers’ flight experiences while expanding its flight network domestically and internationally.”

World Business Outlook’s editor Ujal Nair emphasised: “It is our pleasure to hand over these two titles to Vietjet Air for their exemplary services from both the cabin crew and their ground staff as well as online and offline.”

The World Airline Awards began in 1999 by Skytrax and are referred to as the Oscars of the aviation industry. The awards play as the premier industry recognition worldwide. The Singapore-based World Business Outlook (WBO) is a print and online magazine providing comprehensive coverage and analysis of the financial industry, international business, and the global economy. — VNS

 

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