Vietjet took delivery of two new Airbus A321
aircraft, registered as VN-A521 and VN-A542,
at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Saigon on 31 December
Vietjet now has a fleet of 80 aircraft, with VN-A521 the third 240-seat A321neo ACF (Airbus Cabin
Flex) aircraft in the world. The first two of the aircraft type
are also operated by Vietjet.
With the arrival of the two aircraft, the
airline is ready to meet the high travel demands during the lunar
new year period.
Vietjetís third A321neo ACF
aircraft has an innovative cabin structure to increase the total
number of seats to 240.
The aircraft is expected to deliver fuel
consumption savings of a minimum of 16, noise reduction
of up to 75% and a decrease in emissions of up to 50%.
Both new aircraft feature leather seats.
Vietjet currently owns one one of the worldís newest
and most modern fleets with an average age of only 2.7 years.
The airline has transported nearly 100 million passengers
and operates 130 routes covering destinations in Vietnam as well
routes to Singapore, India, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea,
Taiwan, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, China, Indonesia and