VietJet again increasing Australian flight frequencies

It is the second time in less than two months the low-cost carrier has increased its Australian services.

VIETJET is increasing flights on its Australian routes from December, from 20 to 34 per week.

Daily return flights will depart from Ho Chi Minh City to both Sydney and Melbourne, with both cities increasing from their current total of four per week.

Flights to Brisbane, which began last month, will also increase to thrice weekly from twice weekly.

It is Vietjet’s latest increase to Australian frequencies, after the airline in May added services a month after their launch.

At the take-off of Vietjet’s first flights in April, the airline also revealed it was mulling expansion plans to more Australian cities, such as Perth and Adelaide.

Australians can book one-way tickets to and from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane from $200 until the end of the year, on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, when booking tickets online.

Aussie travellers flying with Vietjet to other international destinations and transiting through Ho Chi Minh City are entitled to receive two transit service vouchers valued at approximately $15 each, which can be used for meals at participating restaurants and slots at sleeping zones.

Vouchers can be claimed at Vietjet’s transit counter in Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City.

From now until 15 July, passengers can also receive up to 50% discount on SkyBoss fares using the “SKYBOSSPROMO50” code and Business class fares using the “BUSINESSPROMO50” code when booking online.

This code applies to Vietjet’s entire flight network from August through November, throughout Vietnam and internationally, including India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan, and other Southeast Asian destinations.

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