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Thai Vietjet Airbus A320-200 Aircraft - HD Video Tour

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 20 January 2015

[HD video below] HD video of the interior and exterior of a Thai Vietjet Airbus A320-200.

The video, which was filmed on 15 January 2015, gives you an idea of what the cabin is like, as well as what the cabin crew uniforms look like - in this case modelled by two beautiful members of the Thai Vietjet cabin crew team.

The registration number of the 180-seat Airbus A320-200 aircraft filmed in this short video is HS-VKA.

The airline will operate out of Suvarnabhumi Int. Airport instead of Don Mueang Airport where most of the other low cost airlines are based in Bangkok. In addition to some charter flights, Thai Vietjet plans to fly domestically within Thailand on routes such as Udon Thani - Phuket, as well as to launch regional operations. The airline received its AOC in December 2014.

Thailand's Kannithi Aviation owns 51% of Thai Vietjet


Vietjet currently operates 130 flights per day with a fleet of 20 Airbus A320 aircraft. In Vietnam, Vietjet has successfully connected key cities such as: Ho Chi Minh, Ha Noi, Hai Phong, Da Nang. International flights include Singapore, Bangkok (Thailand), Taipei (Taiwan), Seoul, (South Korea), Siem Reap (Cambodia), Osaka (Japan) and Hangzhou (China). Nearly 10 million passengers flew with Vietjet in the last three years.

Thai Vietjet Airbus A320-200 HD Video Tour (15 Jan 2015)

See also: ThaiVietjet Interview with Chairman Dr. Nguyen Thanh Hung and other: HD Videos.

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