(Bangkok, December 2, 2022) – Thai Vietjet today resumed the only direct service between Da Lat, the city of flowers, and Thailand capital Bangkok after nearly three years of suspension due to Covid-19 pandemic.

The flight VZ940 from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) was welcomed by Lam Dong Province’s leaders and Lien Khuong International Airport’s authorities, along with water salute, lion dance, lively performances and flower wreaths upon arrival at Lien Khuong International Airport. Passengers onboard the resumed flight to Da Lat also enjoyed lucky draws for air tickets and complimentary moon cakes.

Mr.Woranate Laprabang, Chief Executive Officer of Thai Vietjet, said: We are delighted to reconnect Thailand with one of the top travel destinations of Vietnam – Da Lat, the city of flowers and beautiful natural landscapes. To provide Thai travelers with more opportunities and flexible choices to travel to Vietnam, as well as welcome Vietnamese tourists to Thailand, we have decided to resume direct flight service between Bangkok and Da Lat. Since tourism is bouncing back to pre-pandemic levels, we strongly believe that the service between the two destinations would facilitate the region’s growing travel demand and trade recovery of both countries.”

The international service between Da Lat and Bangkok operates 4 flights a week on every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday with the flight time of 1 hour and 45 minutes per leg. More flight frequency could be added subject to market demand.

Customers can book flight tickets from Dalat to Bangkok with fares as low as VND360,000/one-way (US$14.5) (*) at www.vietjetair.com, Vietjet Air mobile app and authorized ticket agents worldwide.

Vietnam has proven as one of the top tourist destinations in Asia-pacific, with its beautiful landscape and unique culture. Da Lat, in particular, is known as the capital city of Lam Dong province, with a variety in nature; beautiful flowers, lovely French villages, magnificent valleys, waterfalls and lakes, in a refreshing atmosphere.

Vietjet, together with Thai Vietjet, is the largest carrier operating between Vietnam and Thailand in terms of capacity, offering direct services from Hanoi/Ho Chi Minh City/ Da Nang/ Phu Quoc to Bangkok and the only direct route between Ho Chi Minh City and Phuket/Chiang Mai. Both Vietnam and Thailand have lifted all arrival regulations relating to Covid-19. Especially, Thai government has increased the period of visa-free stay to 45 days for tourists from many countries including Vietnam.