SINGAPORE, 14 March 2019: Vietjet is offering zero fares to launch it latest routes to Tokyo and Busan.
The new international routes are Ho Chi Minh City to Tokyo (Narita) and Nha Trang to Busan, in South Korea.
The Ho Chi Minh City – Tokyo route will operate daily from 12 July, while the Nha Trang – Busan route will operate four return flights per week from 16 July.
The airline claims it offering 670,000 tickets at zero fares. Passengers pick up the tab for taxes and booking fees only. The tickets are valid across the airline’s route network including domestic flight sectors in Vietnam and Thailand.
The fares are up for grabs until 15 March, but as usual the airline narrows the booking window to just 1300 to 1500 daily (Singapore time).
Out of Singapore travellers can also buy the promotional tickets to fly to Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City during the so- called “golden hours”.
This promotion also applies to all other international routes between Vietnam and Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar and Cambodia.
Tickets are valid for travel between 14 May and 31 December 2019 and only available on the airline’s website.