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Vietjet Air adds Cam Ranh flights

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HO CHI MINH CITY, 9 July 2018: Vietjet confirmed at the weekend it will operate a roundtrip daily service, Nha Trang to Danang, effective 21 September.

The one-hour flight will depart from Nha Trang’s Cam Ranh airport at 1145 and arrive in Danang at 1245. The return flight will take off at 1320 from Danang and land at Cam Ranh airport, Nha Trang, at1420.

Both Nha Trang and Danang are famous coastal resort cities in central Vietnam popular with both international and domestic tourists.

The airline will use an Airbus A321 on the route.

The daily flight will make it more convenient for travellers to visit both destinations, while Danang is emerging as a popular international gateway for charter flights from China and scheduled air service from cities in Southeast Asia.

From now, until 31 July 31, Vietjet is offering its “Free up your summer with Vietjet” that offers free fares,  before tax and fees, during the booking window 1200 to 1400 (GMT+7).

The promotional tickets are available at www.vietjetair.com.

Meanwhile, Vietjet is now operating international flights from the new terminal T2 at Cam Ranh airport.

It moved flights to Cam Ranh airport’s (Khanh Hoa) new international terminal T2, 1 July.

Cam Ranh is a busy airport for Vietjet. It operates more than 30 flights with five domestic routes from Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Danang, Hai Phong, Thanh Hoa to Cam Ranh and two international routes, Nha Trang – Seoul, as well as Nha Trang – Siem Reap.

At the new international terminal, the opening time of check-in counters for international flights is still three hours and the closing time for check-in counters is 50 minutes before the departure time.

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