BANGKOK, 7 February 2022: Following the easing of travel restrictions in Thailand and Vietnam, Thai Vietjet confirms flights will increase between the two countries, starting from mid-February 2022.

Services on the Bangkok – Ho Chi Minh City route will
increase from two to three to flights weekly, 17 February and shortly
afterwards to five flights based on travel demand.

The airline will also resume its Bangkok to Danang direct
service starting 27 March 2022 (summer schedule) to boost leisure travel
between the two countries.

Thai Vietjet chief executive officer Woranate Laprabang
said: “We strongly believe that the increase of the flight services between the
two countries will contribute to the recovery of aviation and tourism, as well
as economic recovery while meeting the increasing travel demand of people in
the region, after a long suspension due to the pandemic.”

Recently, the airline announced it would introduce a new
international service connecting Bangkok and the Cambodian capital city of
Phnom Penh, starting 16 March.

(Source: Thai Vietjet)

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