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Tue, 15 Jan 2019

Vietjet Launches Hanoi - Tokyo Flights

Vietjet has launched flights between Hanoi and Narita International Airport near Tokyo, Japan.

The new Narita service follows the launch of Vietjet flights between Hanoi and Osaka route and Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) - Osaka.

The route will operate on a daily basis with a flight time of around six hours per leg.

The Vietjet flight is scheduled to depart from Hanoi at 00:55 and arrive in Tokyo at 08:00.

Vietjet has launched flights between Hanoi and Narita International Airport near Tokyo, Japan. The new Narita service follows the launch of Vietjet flights between Hanoi and Osaka route and Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) - Osaka. Click to enlarge.

The return flight is timed to leave Narita at 09:30 and land back in Hanoi at 14:00.

“We are delighted to launch a third direct route from Vietnam to Japan. The launch of this new route brings a new travel option for people and travelers from Tokyo, and the Kanto region in general, to Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, from where they have easy access to many more of the World’s famous destinations such as Sapa, Ha Long Bay, Trang An and Son Doong cave,” said Vietjet’s Vice President Mr. Do Xuan Quang. “The two countries’ people and international tourists can also effortlessly transit to other ASEAN countries or destinations across the North Asia region with Vietjet’s comprehensive and constantly expanding flight network.”

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