(02 Apr 2021)
Vietjet is gradually resuming regular international flights
connecting Vietnam’s major hubs with Bangkok, Tokyo, Seoul, and
Flights from Saigon to Bangkok are
scheduled to depart every Friday, and the service from Hanoi to
Seoul (Incheon) is set to commence on
15 April 2021.
Flights from Hanoi to Tokyo (Narita) are scheduled from 6
April 2021, with service from Hanoi to Taipei set to
resume on 11 April 2021.
All services from Vietnam will only serve the
passengers who meet the immigration regulations of the arriving
countries and territories.
Cases are usually Vietnamese citizens
studying, working, or visiting relatives overseas, or foreigners
returning home from Vietnam.
Passengers should actively seek
detailed information at the embassies and diplomatic agencies of
related countries to complete required procedures and paperwork to
make the immigration process faster and more efficient on arrival.
All flights into Vietnam will also comply
with the current regulations directed by the Government of
Vietnam, following allocation by the Civil Aviation Authority and
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam.
As a member of IATA, Vietjet is also cooperating
with Vietnamese and international authorities to implement the
IATA Travel Pass.
IATA Travel Pass – Exclusive
Video Interview with Vinoop Goel
As the above video interview was conducted over the internet, I
would like to apologise that the audio and visual quality are not
up to the same HD/UHD quality that it normally would be. Hopefully it won’t be too
long until we are once again conducting exclusive video interviews
in person, but for now we have to make do with what we have. Thank
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