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Plan to fly all year with Vietjet's Power Pass

Monday, April 13, 2020, 12:28 GMT+7
Plan to fly all year with Vietjet's Power Pass
Vietjet's planes are seen in this supplied photo.

Budget carrier Vietjet launched its supreme Power Pass on Sunday, allowing users unlimited travel on nearly 300 green flights every day and 45 routes covering Vietnam.

Using the Power Pass, passengers will spread the positive spirit of ‘staying healthy at home, protecting the community, and planning to fly as much as you like until next year,’ with unprecedented super savings.

Passengers only need to visit or to buy or give the Power Pass as a gift to their beloved ones.

Booking flights until next year with nominated Power Pass accounts, passengers will get a 100-percent discount on ticket prices, excluding taxes, fees, and additional add-on services, if any.

They will be allowed to pay no charge for 15kg of checked baggage and 7kg of hand luggage, while being subject to no limitation on the number of domestic flights during the validity of the passes.

Passengers can change schedules as many times as they want for only VND100,000 (US$4.3), exclusive of VAT, for each change.

Vietjet offers two types of Power Pass.

Power Pass Sky6 is priced at VND8,999,000 ($380), excluding VAT, for passengers to make domestic flights until the end of September 30, 2020.

The Power Pass Sky12 card fetches VND16,999,000 ($720), excluding VAT, for passengers to fly domestically until the end of March 31, 2021, except for the Lunar New Year festival.

Vietjet also offers 200 passes, including 100 Sky6 cards and 100 Sky12 ones, with a discount of up to 50 percent, exclusive of VAT.

Gifts of up to VND299,000 ($13) will be given to all passengers paying via HDBank's new credit cards and international payment cards.

Passengers can buy the Power Pass at 285 branches and transaction offices of HDBank throughout Vietnam.

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Viet Toan / Tuoi Tre News


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