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- 65. Vietjet to Add 20 Airbus A321XLR Aircraft to Fleet
Vietjet has unveiled plans to add the A321XLR to its fleet, with a firm order for 15 aircraft and the conversion of five A321neo aircraft from its existing backlog.
- 66. Vietjet Launches Early Bird Promotion
To meet the increased demand for air travel over the Chinese New Year period in early 2016, Vietjet has decided to increase flight frequency on key routes, as well as enticing travelers with early bird promotions. Tickets from Singapore to South Korea, Myanmar, Taiwan and Thailand will start from Sin$12 for travel between now and 22 April 2016.
- 67. Vietjet to Launch Flights Between Hanoi and Quy Nhon
Vietjet has announced that it will launch flights between Hanoi and Quy Nhon in Vietnam on 26 April 2015. The flight will depart from Hanoi at 10:25 and arrive at Quy Nhon at 12:00. The return flight will take off from Quy Nhon at 12:35 and arrive in Hanoi at 14:10. Tickets will be available for purchase from 26 January 2015 onwards.
- 68. Vietjet Launches Saigon - Tainan Flights
Vietjet has launched flights between Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and Tainan, a city on the southwest coast of Taiwan.. Flights from Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh depart at 10:45 and arrive at Tainan at 15:00. The return flights are scheduled to take off from from Tainan at 16:00 and arrive back in Ho Chi Minh at 18:15.
- 69. Vietjet Reports Unaudited Revenue of VND52.4 Trillion for 2018
Vietjet carried more than 23 million passengers in 2018 and has reported an unaudited revenue of VND52.4 trillion (approx. US$2.26 billion), up 24% year-on-year. Unaudited pre-tax profit reached VND5.83 trillion (approx. US$251 million) while revenue from air transport reached VND33.815 trillion (approx. US$1.46 billion), an increase of 49% compared with 2017.
- 70. Vietjet Takes Delivery of First Airbus A321neo Aircraft
Vietjet has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo (new engine option). The A321neo, registered as VN-646, is powered by Pratt & Whitneyís latest-generation GTF engines.
- 71. Vietjet Orders 20 Airbus A321s
Vietjet has finalised an order with Airbus for 20 more A321s. The agreement is valued at US$2.39 billion and deliveries are expected to begin from 2017 until 2020. The airline currently has a fleet of 40 aircraft, including Airbus A320 (see video below) and A321s.
- 72. Vietjet Reports 2016 Revenue of US$1.21 Billion
Vietjet operated a total of 84,535 flights in 2016, accounting for 121,213 flight hours. The airline also reported that its technical reliability stood at 99.56%, while on-time performance for the year was 83.6%.
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