Nguyen Duc Tam, VietJet Air's Deputy General Director, presented a gift to Luong Van Thanh, Director of Cam Ranh International Airport in Nha Trang, to celebrate the low-cost airline’s new route from the country capital. Meanwhile, passengers on the first flight were given baseball caps as gifts by the airline’s for the occasion tropically themed cabin crew.
- VietJet Air, the Vietnamese low-cost airline that launched in December last year, has launched its third route after Ho Chi Minh City – Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City – Da Nang. The airline now flies from the country capital Hanoi (HAN) in the north to Nha Trang (CXR) on the country’s south central coast. Flights operate daily with the airline’s single fleet of 180-seat A320s, competing with Vietnam Airlines’ 28 flights a week. From 1 June, Jetstar Pacific, the low-cost airline in which the national carrier is a shareholder, will also compete on the route with daily flights.