ThaiVietjet Interview with Chairman Dr. Nguyen Thanh Hung - HD Video

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[HD videos below] Exclusive HD video interview with Dr. Nguyen Thanh Hung, Chairman of ThaiVietjet.

This video was filmed prior to the press conference in Bangkok (on 20 December 2014) to announce the fact that the airline has received its Aircraft Operator Certificate (AOC) from Thai Authorities.

In this interview you will learn when the airline plans to launch its first flights, whether it will fly from Don Mueang or Suvarnabhumi, how many aircraft it plans to have by end-2015, where it will get the pilots needed and how it will train them. Plus we discuss cabin crew and their required language skills, domestic and regional routes, plus much, much more.

At the press conference, attended by Mr. Nguyen Tan Dung - Prime Minister of Vietnam, Dr. Nguyen Thanh Hung - Chairman of the Board of ThaiVietjet, said, ThaiVietjet was born out of a desire to offer more wonderful flying experiences at the best fares ever. With a modern fleet of brand new aircraft, our professional and friendly flight crew as well as our innovative and creative inflight activities, I believe ThaiVietjet will soon become one of the most popular airlines in Thailand and across the region. We vow to earn this popularity by showing our utmost respect and care for our valued customers.

With a fleet of 19 Airbus A320 aircraft, Vietjet currently operates 130 flights per day covering 30 local and international routes across the country and the region to Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, and Cambodia.

Nearly 10 million passengers flew with Vietjet in the last three years. Thailand's Kannithi Aviation owns 51% of ThaiVietjet.

Note: Sincere apologies over the poor sound quality of the video interview below.

ThaiVietjet Interview with Chairman Dr. Nguyen Thanh Hung - HD

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