Vietnamplus reported that Vietjet Thailand, the first air transport joint venture between Vietnam and Thailand, has said that it would open more new routes to Vietnam.
The statement came after the airline successfully operated a number of flights from Bangkok to Vietnam’s central region.
The airline made many flights from Bangkok to the Imperial City of Hue from May 31 to June 1 to bring tourists from Thailand and other countries to the well-known destination in central Vietnam.
Previously, during Thailand’s Songkran Festival in mid-April, the airline organised flights for Thai tourists to visit interesting places in the region
Thai Vietjet Air is a subsidiary of Vietnamese Vietjet Air. Thai VietJet Air received its Air Operator’s Certificate in November 2014. The carrier commenced operations on 29 March 2015 from its hub in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Phuket International Airport. The airline plans to launch services to Udon Thani and Krabi later.