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Wed, 20 Dec 2017

Vietjet Launches Dalat-Bangkok, Saigon-Phuket and Saigon-Chiang Mai Flights

Vietjet has launched flights between Dalat and Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and Phuket as well as between Ho Chi Minh and Chiang Mai.

Beautiful Thai Vietjet cabin crew standing by a Vietjet Airbus A320 aircraft in Thailand. Click to enlarge.

The Dalat Bangkok route will operate every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with a flight time of approximately one hour and 45 minutes per leg. Flights depart from Dalat at 12:55 and land in Bangkok at 14:40. Return flights take off from Bangkok at 10:30 and arrive in Dalat at 12:15.

The Ho Chi Minh Phuket route operates every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday at around two hours per leg. Flights depart from Ho Chi Minh at 10:15 and arrive in Phuket at 12:10. The return flight takes off from Phuket at 13:05 and lands in Ho Chi Minh City 15:10.

The Ho Chi Minh Chiang Mai route operates every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday with a flight time of just under two hours per leg. Flights depart Ho Chi Minh at 11:35 and arrive in Chiang Mai at 13:30. The return flights take off from Chiang Mai at 14:20 and lands back in Ho Chi Minh at 16:25.

With the opening of these new routes, Vietjet now operates six flights to Thailand from Vietnam.

Thai Vietjet Airbus A320-200 Aircraft HS-VKA Tour - HD

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