Vietjet gives away millions of tickets with discounts of up to 50%

Update: October, 07/2020 - 19:32


Vietjet's planes. — Photo courtesy of the airline

HCM CITY — Vietjet has recovered its entire domestic network, giving away millions of discounted tickets to celebrate the year-end travel season, the airline has announced. 

Between Wednesday and Friday, passengers who book Vietjet tickets with code "DELUXE" will receive a 50 per cent discount on Deluxe fares (excluding taxes and fees) on all domestic flights. The flight period is from October 10, 2020 to December 31, 2021 (excluding the Tết holiday).

Meanwhile, Vietjet passengers can also use the code "DELUXE" to experience five-star hotels and resorts across the country such as Furama Resort Đà Nẵng, L'Alya Ninh Vân Bay, Ariyana SmartCondotel Nha Trang and Republic Plaza at only half price when making a reservation as long as the length of stay is appropriate with the flight itinerary.

The budget carrier also announced to increase the frequency on several routes to 250 flights per day, including HCM City-Phú Quốc/Đà Lạt/Nha Trang or Hà Nội-Phú Quốc/Đà Lạt /Nha Trang/Cần Thơ, to maximise the service for the year-end tourist season.

Among them, the HCM City-Hà Nội route, connecting the two largest cities in Việt Nam, has also been increased to 25 flights per day at the best timeframes, stable flight times and using modern aircraft to best serve people and tourists.

At the same time, the routes from HCM City and Hà Nội to Huế, Đà Nẵng, Vinh, Thanh Hóa and Hải Phòng are also put into full force to bring more choices to passengers when travelling and doing business, it said. 

In the context that localities across the country have good control of the pandemic, Vietjet pioneers in supporting the local economic recovery through a reasonable, flexible fare system; diverse and convenient flight options; and tourism promotion programmes in conjunction with reputable and quality partners.

All Vietjet flights are in accordance with all global supreme standards and recommendations from authorities, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in order to ensure health and safety for passengers, flight crews and the community. — VNS