Budget carrier Vietjet Air will open three direct routes linking Vietnam’s Da Nang, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City with India’s New Delhi and Mumbai, its representative said on February 6.
Accordingly, the Da Nang – New Delhi and Hanoi – Mumbai routes will be put into operation on May 14, 2020 with five flights and three flights per week, respectively, while the Ho Chi Minh City – Mumbai route will offer four flights per week from May 15.
Vietjet Air Deputy General Director Nguyen Thanh Son said the new services will open up tourism and trade opportunities between the two nations, making it easier for passengers to fly to Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and other regional countries.
Tickets could be purchased from February 6 via the website www.vietjetair.com, mobile app Vietjet Air, or www.facebook.com/vietjetvietnam.
With the new services, Vietjet Air will become the operator of five direct routes between Vietnam and India, the largest number compared to other carriers./.
Vietnam Airlines has just launched its flights between Hanoi and China’s Macau, with flight VN456 departing from Hanoi at 19:45 on December 16, and VN459 leaving Macau at 8:35 on December 17 (local time).
The Hanoi-HCM City air route has become one of the world’s busiest air routes while the overloading problems still haven't been solved.