No-frills carrier Vietjet has announced a special offer of 50 percent off fares on all routes from February 20 to February 29, giving passengers opportunities to experience new things and refresh emotions with its green flights.
The fares are exclusive of taxes and fees, the private airline noted in a statement on Friday.
Passengers can book Vietjet tickets with the promotion code ‘BOOKNOW50’ to get the 50-percent discount for flights across Vietnam and international destinations such as India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Cambodia, and more, with the flight period from February 20 to April 27.
National holidays are not included in the period, the carrier said.
Those promotional tickets are available via all of Vietjet’s channels, including its website, mobile app, Facebook account, hotline, and ticket offices.
Offering the discount, Vietjet welcomes all passengers to participate in the ‘Protect Our Planet - Fly with Vietjet’ program, embarking on a new journey to conquer novel destinations, inspire and call on people from around the world to join hands to protect the green future, awaken the green dream of beautiful nature, protect Mother Earth, create civilized values, and repel natural disasters as well as epidemics.
“Continuing to expand [our] international flight network, Vietjet brings [passengers to] many new, attractive and safe destinations with unique and beautiful cultures such as Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka (Japan), Bali (Indonesia) and especially New Delhi and Mumbai – two cities of India,” Vietjet vice-president Nguyen Thanh Son was quoted as saying in the statement.
“With a modern, fuel-efficient fleet, Vietjet's eco-friendly flights will bring new and emotional experiences to people and visitors at an altitude of 10,000 meters.”
The airline operates around over 400 flights daily and has carried nearly 100 million passengers to date across an expansive network that includes destinations throughout Vietnam and India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, Cambodia, and others.