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.
As of 31 December 2018, the companyís cash
balance was VND7.161 trillion (approx. US$308.6 million), DER was 0.04 times, ROE reached 37.6%
and P/E was 11.5 times.
Vietjet has operated 118,923
flights on 105 routes, including 39 domestic and 66 international
routes, covering destinations in Vietnam, Japan, Hong Kong,
Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia,
Cambodia and China. Vietjetís aircraft are also operated at Dubai
and Doha airports.
In 2018, the load factor reached over 88.06%,
the technical reliability was 99.4% and the On-time Performance
(OTP) stood at 84.2%.
Also in 2018, Vietjet began to
receive and operate the new-generation A321neo aircraft, which
could save up to 16% fuel cost, contributing to Vietjet operating
costs in the coming years.
As of 31 December 2018, Vietjet's fleet
included 64 aircraft with average age of just 2.82 years.
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