VietJet Launches Flights to Seoul, South Korea

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VietJet has launched direct flights between Vietnam and Seoul, South Korea.

The rapidly growing airline will operate daily flights from Hanoi and Danang to Seoul with a flight capacity of 5,040 seats per week.

The daily flights will depart Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi at 01:45 and Danang International Airport at 02:00 respectively, with both return flights scheduled for departure from the Incheon International Airport at 11:05 daily (local time). Each flight section is approximately five hours.

Seyou has been appointed as the General Sales Agent for ticket sales in South Korea.

VietJet currently operates 27 local and international routes. In addition to its latest connections to South Korea, the airline also offers direct flights from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam to Bangkok, Thailand, and from Ho Chi Minh to Singapore.

VietJet offers express check-in at all airports for passengers over 65 years of age, expectant mothers, and families travelling with infants. These passengers are encouraged to approach VietJets express check-in counters for priority boarding and assistance with carry-on luggage.

VietJet also recently launched a duty free service on international routes from Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) to Singapore and Bangkok (Thailand), offering passengers premium duty free shopping options on board international flights. The airline is offering a 30% discount on all inflight purchases until Friday, 22 August 2014.

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