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VietJet to Launch Saigon - Taipei Flights; Promotion Offers 3,000 F(r)ee Seats

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To celebrate the upcoming launch of VietJets flights between Ho Chi Minh and Taipei, the airline is giving away 3,000 complimentary tickets.

The promotion will run from 20 October 2014 to 22 October 2014 for travel between 12 December 2014 and 27 March 2015 (excluding public holidays and peak season travel).

Tickets can be purchased with major credit cards including Master Card, VISA, JCB or American Express.

The route which begins operations on 12 December 2014, will tap the growing demand for air travel between two of Asias most dynamic cities.

VietJet will operate five round trips with a flight capacity of 1,800 seats per week, between Ho Chi Minh and Taipei from Monday to Sunday (excluding Thursday and Saturday).

The flight will depart Tan Son Nhat International Airport at 14:30 (local time) and Taipei Songshan Airport at 20:00 (local time).

The flight duration per sector is 3 hours and 25 minutes.

The demand for business and tourism purpose travel to Taipei is growing all the time. We are also witnessing an increasing number of Vietnamese settling down in Taiwan and year-round festive occasions creates a need for family visits and reunions, said Mr Desmond Lin, Business Development Manager of VietJet.

The ticket promotion applies to the basic fare and does not include the cost of prevailing taxes and fuel surcharges. Other terms and conditions apply.

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