Ho Chi Minh City. 15 February 2022. Vietjet will operate up to six round flights per week between Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi International Airport) starting this March, doubling its current frequency to diversify flight time and aviation services. Especially, an exclusive promotion with 50% fare discount on the route is up for grabs from February 16 to February 21, 2022.

The promotion is available by applying code “LoveBKK50” when booking tickets at www.vietjetair.com, mobile app ‘VietJet Air’, Vietjet SkyClub and Facebook www.facebook.com/vietjetvietnam (“Booking” section). The travel period is from February 18, 2022 until May 31, 2022. Passengers can enjoy payment fee exemption when booking and paying via Vietjet SkyClub, Vietjet’s exclusive program for loyal customers.

Vietjet provides the largest flight capacity between Vietnam and Thailand following its flight frequency increase on Ho Chi Minh City – Bangkok route, offering more convenient and affordable choices of travel to passengers on their spring journeys while helping to boost trade & tourism activities between the two countries and in the region.

The airline is ready to resume its entire international network following Vietnam’s fully re-opening for international travels from February 15, 2022. Previously, Vietjet has resumed commercial services connecting Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City with Tokyo, Taipei, Seoul, Singapore and Bangkok.

In addition, the airlines provide complimentary COVID-19 tests for its flyers on international services boarding from Ho Chi Minh City at its appointed testing sites. Vietnamese tourists can benefit from Thailand Test & Go scheme to enter Thailand without quarantine. It is required that passengers must be fully vaccinated and has negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result within 72 hours before departure. Passengers can now register online to get Thailand Pass by submitting advanced hotel booking for the 1st and 5th nights of arrival.

To ensure good flight experiences, passengers are advised to follow localities’ regulations on disease prevention and control, and immigration regulations of destination countries including vaccine passports, negative PCR tests, quarantine, accommodation, etc.