The Bangkok-Khon Kaen route marks the airline’s seventh route from its Suvarnabhumi hub and is operated with two flights daily. — Photo courtesy of Vietjet
BANGKOK — Thai Vietjet, a joint venture between Vietjet and Thai airline Kan Air, inaugurated its maiden flight from Thailand’s capital airport of Suvarnabhumi to Khon Kaen, the country’s commercial and political centre in the northeastern region on Thursday.
The Bangkok-Khon Kaen route marks the airline’s seventh route from its Suvarnabhumi hub and is operated two flights daily, with flight duration of around one hour five minutes per leg.
Celebrating the new route, the airline also launched a mega promotion with one-way tickets from only five THB (about 16 US cents), excluding taxes and fees.
The discounted airfares will be availabe for booking between August 1-5 at website www.vietjetair.com or Vietjet Air mobile app. They are applied for all Thailand domestic flights of Thai Vietjet travelling during August 1 – September 30, 2020 (excluding public holidays).
Celebrating the new service, Thai Vietjet brings all passengers onboard a memorable surprise by introducing a 'Ying Lee' concert in the sky with full team of dancers and cabin crew. — Photo courtesy of Vietjet
Aiming to facilitate domestic travel in Thailand, Thai Vietjet has constantly increased its flight frequency and destinations from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Currently, the carrier serves eight flights per day from Bangkok to Phuket/Chiang Mai, three flights per day to Chiang Rai, two flights each day to Udon Thani/ Krabi/Hat Yai/Khon Kaen in which the flight frequency for Suvarnabhumi-Hat Yai service will be increased to three flights per day from August 15.
The airline will inaugurate the Suvarnabhumi-Nakhon Si Thammarat flight on August 6.
It has also introduced on-line check-in service for domestic passengers travelling out of Suvarnabhumi airport for more convenience. — VNS