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Vietnam’s no-frills airline offers super-promotional tickets to celebrate Int’l Children’s Day

Monday, May 25, 2020, 10:27 GMT+7
Vietnam’s no-frills airline offers super-promotional tickets to celebrate Int’l Children’s Day
A family pose in front of a Vietjet plane in this supplied photo.

Budget carrier Vietjet is selling over two million super-saving tickets from only VND1,600 on all 45 domestic routes covering Vietnam.

The rate excludes taxes and fees, the airline said.

This is a gift for children and their families to experience a joyful summer and to connect love in all parts of the country, particularly as Vietnam is set to celebrate International Children's Day on June 1 and Vietnamese Family Day on June 28, it added.

Those promotional tickets are available whole days from May 25 to June 1 on Vietjet’s website and mobile app.

Applicable flight periods last from June 1 to December 31, exclusive of national holidays.

Returning to the sky, Vietjet pioneers in recovering local economic activities, in order to stimulate domestic tourism and create favorable conditions for people to travel after COVID-19.

More detailed information about flight schedules is available on Vietjet’s website, mobile app, Facebook Page, at ticket offices and official agents.

Vietnam has documented only 325 coronavirus cases so far, with 267 having recovered and no deaths, according to the Ministry of Health.

The economy has been reopened, with most businesses going back in full swing and the government devising plans to encourage people to travel domestically.

The country is still closing the border to inbound visitors, though.

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Viet Toan / Tuoi Tre News


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