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VietJet Launches Ho Chi Minh - Taipei Flights

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Vietjet has launched its seventh international route with flights from Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) to Taipei (Taiwan).

The Ho Chi Minh Taipei route will initially operate five round trips per week with a flight duration of three hours and 25 minutes per section.

Vietjet will depart from Tan Son Nhat International Airport at 14:30 and arrive at Taoyuan International Airport at 18:55.

The return flight will take off from Taipei at 20:00 and arrive in Ho Chi Minh at 22:25.

This new flight route aims to bring the two countries closer. With a large Taiwanese community in Vietnam and a growing Vietnamese population in Taiwan, we hope to connect families and friends, while developing trade and tourism growth between the two countries at the same time. We would like to encourage more Taiwanese enterprises, businessmen and tourists from Taiwan to Vietnam. Through flying with Vietjet, they will be able to discover and experience our safe and modern aircraft with easy check-in and amazing in-flight services, said Mr Desmond Lin, Business Development Director at Vietjet.

The airline also has plans to further expand its flight network by adding flights from Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi to other destinations within Taiwan, such as Kaohsiung and Taichung.

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