VietJet Air

VietJet Air gives travelers new Ho Chi Minh city-Singapore route

Vietnamese budget carrier VietJet Air announced on May 23 that it is expanding service to provide travelers new convenient same-day round-trip flights connecting Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore.

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From May 23 onward the airline will be offering an additional 2,520 passenger seats per week on seven daily flights departing HCM City at 8.50am and arriving in Singapore at 11.40am (local time), returning at 12.40pm (local time), arriving in HCM City at 01.30pm.

The airline is offering a variety of introductory fares and promotional discounts, including hundreds of free tickets and gifts, from May 23 to June 23.

Tickets can be booked via the VietJet Air website, mobile phone at, or Facebook at, and at the airlines booking offices nationwide.

VietJet Air is flying to 24 domestic and international destinations. It plans to expand its Asia-Pacific destinations and establish joint ventures with regional airlines.

VietJet Air to operate direct flights to Singapore

Viet Nam’s VietJet Aviation Joint Stock Company (VietJet Air) will open direct flights from Ho Chi Minh City to Singapore on May 23.

VietJet Air announced at a press conference in Singapore on May 8 that the Ho Chi Minh City-Singapore route will initially operate seven round trip flights per week. The number will be raised to 14 in the near future, to meet increasing demand.

At the press conference, VietJet Air Vice President Nguyen Thi Thuy Binh said that this is the airline’s second international air route. The first one flies to Bangkok, Thailand.

She added that VietJet Air plans to operate other direct flights from Hanoi to Incheon (the Republic of Korea) and Siem Riep (Cambodia), and from Ho Chi Minh City to Taiwan and Hong Kong (China) later this year.

According to Luu Duc Khanh, VietJet’s Managing Director, Singapore is a great entry to the Asia Pacific market, especially for tourists to connect to this part of the world.

Therefore, VietJet Air has chosen Singapore as its next destination, he said, adding that it also plans to fly to the US, Australia and some European cities in three to five years.

VietJet Air becomes the seventh airlines operating direct flights between Singapore and Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Danang of Viet Nam, together with Vietnam Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Tiger Airways, Jetstar Asia, Silkair and Lion Air.

According to the Transport Ministry, the Viet Nam-Singapore aviation market in 2013 reached 966,000 passengers, an increase of 1 percent over the previous year.