VietNamNet Bridge – Low-cost carrier VietJet has announced a new air route connecting Hanoi with Siem Reap (Cambodia) on November 3 and a route from HCM City to Taipei (Taiwan) on December 12, 2014.


To celebrate the Hanoi-Siem Reap air route, VietJet has been selling tickets starting at VND420,000 ($20).

The Siem Reap flight will depart from Hanoi every day at 5.15pm and arrive in Siem Reap at 7.05pm. The return flight will depart Siem Reap at 8.05pm and land in Hanoi at 9.55pm. The flight duration is one hour and 50 minutes.

Customers can book tickets now at VietJet’s website (also compatible on smartphones) or at (click “Đặt vé” tab) or via the hotline (1900 1886). Alternatively, you can go to your nearest authorized VietJet ticket outlet. Remember the sooner you book your ticket, the better fare you will enjoy!

As the gateway to the stunning temples of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Siem Reap is a hugely popular resort town, which has been attracting more and more Vietnamese tourists in recent years. This new direct route linking Hanoi with Siem Reap will tap demand for travel between the two hubs while further boosting the development of trade and tourism between Vietnam and Cambodia.

“We are delighted to introduce Siem Reap as our latest destination and further demonstrate our strong commitment to developing the most dynamic flight network across the Asia Pacific region. With its rich culture and fascinating heritage, Siem Reap is one of the most awe-inspiring destinations for travelers all over the world,” said Mr. Desmond Lin, VietJet Business Development Manager.







As a new-age airline, VietJet has become one of Asia’s fastest growing airlines. By constantly introducing high-quality and innovative services while offering unbeatable fares to the region’s most exciting destinations, the airline has won over many admirers since its debut flight took off at the end of 2012.

“Our goal is to continue to offer more flying opportunities to residents of Vietnam and other countries in Asia as well as tourists traveling through the region. Every day we strive to improve and enhance our services, facilitating tourism growth and contributing to the economic development of the region,” Mr. Desmond Lin said.

VietJet currently operates more than 110 flights per day. In Vietnam, it has connected to key economic regions such as HCM City, Hanoi, Hai Phong, Da Nang and others. International flights include Singapore, Bangkok, and Seoul and Busan in South Korea.