Hanoi (VNA) – Vietjet Air has started selling tickets for the Phu Quoc – Hong Kong (China) route in anticipation of the coming traditional lunar New Year, according to the budget carrier.
Four return flights will be conducted every week, starting from April 14, it said, adding each leg will take two hours and 45 minutes. Flights will start from Phu Quoc at 10:50 and from Hong Kong, at 15:40.
The flights are expected to offer more choices for travellers and help boost exchanges as well as accelerate investment to the locality.
Customers can book their tickets online and pay with various kinds of credit cards.
Vietjet Air is currently operating 40 domestic routes and 66 international ones, with highest safety ratings in Asia-Pacific and the world over.-VNA
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