The Viet Nam’s low cost airline Vietjet Air will open a Ha Noi-Quy Nhon route on April 26 to celebrate the recent expansion of Phu Cat Airport in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province.
The Ha Noi-Quy Nhon route will provide daily service on the Airbus A320 aircraft. The one-hour and 35 minutes flight departs from Ha Noi at 10:25 and from Quy Nhon at 12:35pm.
Tickets for the new route will be on sale from January 26 at the website www.vietjetair.com and ticket offices across the country.
The Ha Noi-Quy Nhon route is expected to tap growing demand for air travel not just in Quy Nhon, but throughout Binh Dinh Province and neighboring provinces.
With a fleet of 20 Airbus A320 aircraft, Vietjet now operates 150 flights per day, transporting eight million passengers in total so far. The airline is covering 28 local and international routes across the country and the region to Singapore, Thailand, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, and Cambodia.
In accordance with their business development plan, Vietjet will receive 6-12 Airbus aircraft every year. The airline is considering ordering the world leading aircraft manufacturers new wide-body aircraft in order to launch international routes to Europe and expand the flight network across the Asia Pacific region.