HA NOI (Biz Hub) — Viet Nam’s first joint-venture airline with Thailand, Thai VietJet, plans to launch commercial flights connecting Bangkok and Viet Nam’s famous tourist destinations in the coming period.
After its successful debut of flights between Bangkok and Bodh Gaya (India) last Lunar New Year, the airline operated many other chartered flights from Bangkok to Hue and Da Nang during the Songkran holidays.
Two additional return flights from the Thai capital city to Hue were conducted on May 29 and June 1, transporting hundreds of Thai travelers to Viet Nam to discover and enjoy the scenery of the ancient city.
Thai VietJet said the demand of Thais to travel to Viet Nam’s central region will continue rising. And the airline will make the greatest effort to meet that demand.
Thai VietJet’s representative said the airline has received positive feedback from travel agents and passengers for these flights, encouraging the airline to offer more flights between Bangkok and central Viet Nam.
Thai VietJet was established in Bangkok in late 2014. It is a joint venture between Viet Nam’s fastest growing carrier Vietjet and Thai airline Kan Air. In which, Vietjet holds a 49 per cent share while the remainder owned by the Thai partner.
In the coming time, Thai VietJet will join hands with Vietjet to provide attractive tourism products for not only the Vietnamese but also people living in Thailand and other countries in the region. —VNS
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