Vietjet Launches New International Routes Connecting Vietnam with South Korea and Japan
The two new services linking Can Tho with Taipei and Seoul will pave the way for locals, tourists to travel by safe, modern airway and at the same time promote the demand of tourism, trade, studying abroad, etc. thus offering more opportunities to explore attractions at the destinations.
VIETJET HAS inaugurated the very first two international services connecting Can Tho, the hub city of Mekong Delta region with Taipei and Seoul, the capital cities of Taiwan and South Korea. Following this announcement, Vietjet also announced the launch of five new routes between Vietnam and Japan.
President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Tran Thanh Man, Chairman of People's Committee of Can Tho City Le Quang Manh, Vietjet Managing Director Luu Duc Khanh, Vietjet Vice President Do Xuan Quang and other leaders from relating Ministries, Departments and Authorities inaugurated the direct flights from Can Tho Airport, Taipei to Seoul.
The two new services linking Can Tho with Taipei and Seoul will pave the way for locals, tourists to travel by safe, modern airway and at the same time promote the demand of tourism, trade, studying abroad, etc. thus offering more opportunities to explore attractions at the destinations. Vietjet also announced the expansion of routes in Japan at a ceremony within the framework of Japan - Vietnam Bilateral Tourism Promotion Conference. It welcomed more than 1,000 delegates from Japan, including officials from Japan's National Assembly, the Japanese government and leaders from major Japanese corporations.
Vietnam’s Deputy Prime Minister, Vuong Dinh Hue, the Secretary-General of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan cum President of the Japanese-Vietnamese Parliamentary Alliance, Nikai Toshihiro, and many leaders of Vietnamese and Japanese ministries, departments, and authorities as well as provincial and city leaders in Vietnam witnessed the ceremony. Following the success of numerous routes that connect the two countries' major cultural, economic and political centers, Vietjet’s five new routes including Hanoi, HCMC and Da Nang to Nagoya (Chubu Centrair International Airport); Hanoi to Fukuoka and Kagoshima are expected to open ticket sales and commence operations in 2020.
Now with 10 direct routes between Hanoi, HCMC, Da Nang and Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Kagoshima, Vietjet proudly continues to offer travelers highly convenient travel options with suitable times and affordable ticket fares for locals and travelers alike. The new flights will also contribute in building the strategic bilateral relationship between Vietnam and Japan while also promoting more cultural and economic exchanges between people in the two countries. Furthermore, the new flights will help Vietnam reach its target to attract one million Japanese tourists in 2020.
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