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Over 3 Million Fly VietJet in First 7 Months of 2014

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VietJet carried three million passengers in the first seven months of 2014, a 182% increase in capacity year-on-year.

 The airline, which recently expanded its fleet to 15 Airbus A320 aircraft, has now carried 7.4 million customers, since December 2011, on a total of over 18,500 safe flights.

With an expanded network of 27 domestic and international routes, the airline generated VND3.818 trillion in revenue in the last seven months, adding VND349 billion in tax to the State treasury bringing its total in taxed revenue to VND1.51 trillion.

The airlines board has also implemented enhanced training programs. During the first seven months of 2014, 1,708 students graduated from 132 training courses. VietJets training center also earned a Certificate of Merit from the Ministry of Transport of Vietnam.

As one of Vietnams fastest growing airlines, VietJet has introduced several far-reaching community initiatives in recent times. The airline provided health insurance to the needy and also collaborated with Pepsi to offer free air tickets to Vietnamese students so they can fly home to enjoy Lunar New Year there. The airline also assisted students coming to Ho Chi Minh for university entrance exams in a special programme that provided maps, directions to accommodation and vouchers for free food as well as sponsoring local and international events.

VietJet currently operates 27 local and international routes. Besides domestic flights within Vietnam, the airline flies from Hanoi and Danang to Seoul in South Korea, from Ho Chi Minh to Bangkok in Thailand and from Ho Chi Minh to Singapore.

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