Vietjet's India route takes to the skies again

Sunday, May 01, 2022 12:25

Passengers checking in at Noi Bai International Airport. — Photo courtesy of Vietjet

A Vietjet flight from Ha Noi took off on Saturday afternoon for New Delhi, officially restarting direct flights to India after a hiatus of more than two years.

Dinh Viet Phuong, Vietjet Managing Director, said a series of direct flights to India - a country of 1.4 billion people - restarting after the pandemic, along with other international routes, proves Vietjet's effort and commitment to bring flying opportunities to everyone, becoming a bridge for cultural, economic and social exchange activities between countries.

On Friday, the route from HCM City to New Delhi also restarted, bringing joy to many passengers as it becomes easier to travel, work and visit relatives with regular direct flights between the two countries.

Two direct routes connecting HCM City, Ha Noi to New Delhi are ready to welcome passengers with three round-trips per week, steadily increasing to a round-trip per day from June, Vietjet said in a statement.

After New Delhi, Vietjet is also preparing to operate from HCM City and Ha Noi to Mumbai this summer and operate routes from Phu Quoc to New Delhi and Mumbai from September 2022.

Taking around five hours, the routes connecting Viett Nam to India will not only contribute to opening up more tourism opportunities and promoting the economy between the two countries, but also create convenience for passengers flying from India to other countries within the Asia Pacific region, including Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, according to VIetjet.

Other international routes connecting HCM City to the tourist paradise Bali and connecting Da Nang to Seoul were also restored last week, bringing customers opportunities to have an incredible journey at beach tourism destinations or the most unique and attractive natural landscape and friendly people in the world. — VNS

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