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Wed, 23 Aug 2017

Vietjet to Launch Ho Chi Minh - Jakarta Flights

Vietjet has unveiled plans to launch flights between Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.

 The Ho Chi Minh - Jakarta route will operate daily from 20 December 2017.

Vietjet has unveiled plans to launch flights between Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. The Ho Chi Minh - Jakarta route will operate daily from 20 December 2017. Flights will Ho Chi Minh at 20:40 to land in Jakarta at 23:40. The return flight will depart from Jakarta at 01:40 and land in Ho Chi Minh at 04:40. Click to enlarge.

 Flights will Ho Chi Minh at 20:40 to land in Jakarta at 23:40. The return flight will depart from Jakarta at 01:40 and land in Ho Chi Minh at 04:40.

Mr. Dinh Viet Phuong, Vietjetís Vice President, said, ďSince its inception, Vietjet has been developing friendly and professional flight services in operating key international routes, helping connect Vietnamís main business and tourism hubs with foreign destinations, including Jakarta. With its mission of making air travel approachable and possible for everyone and building a future in the air, Vietjetís new route from Ho Chi Minh City to Jakarta will boost ties between these two economic, cultural and financial hubs, thus helping to boost regional trading and integration.Ē

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