Vietjet Resumes Flights to Da Nang

Low-fare Tickets are Offered on all Domestic Flights

  • 09:02 AM, 8 Sep, 2020

(Above: Vietjet’s resumption of flights to and from Da Nang)

(Singapore, 7 September 2020) Vietjet will resume its domestic flights to and from Da Nang, the major business and travel hub in the Central region of Vietnam from September 8, 2020. The move results from the city’s effective control on Covid-19 since the outbreak in late July.

The airline will operate one daily return flight each for Da Nang – Hanoi and Da Nang - Ho Chi Minh City routes. All passengers on the flights have to practice social distancing and take sufficient measures such as wearing masks at airports and onboard the flight, fill up mandatory health declaration and installing contact tracking app Bluezone on their smartphone.

(Above: Vietjet’s compliance with social distancing measures)

To usher in the Autumn travel season, Vietjet is also offering a special ticket promotion to all Vietnamese domestic routes with fares starting from 10,000 VND (approx. SGD 59 cents) (Excluding taxes, fees). The promotional tickets are up for grabs from September 7 to September 12, 2020 on or the Vietjet Air mobile app. The validity of the promotional tickets are from October 10, 2020 to August 31, 2021 (Excluding public holidays).

Passengers can also benefit from the airline’s free 15kg of check-in baggage. The promotion is applied for all domestic tickets booked by October 24, 2020 and fly by March 28, 2021, which includes the Lunar New Year holiday. 

Detailed information about flight schedule and ticket bookings are available on Vietjet’s official information channels including, official Facebook page at, ticket offices and official ticketing agents.

In response to COVID-19, Vietjet has been strictly conducting health checks for passengers and crews before each flight, follow mandatory requirements of health declaration and wearing masks. All Vietjet flights are in accordance with the global standards and recommendations from authorities, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in order to ensure the safety of all passengers, cabin crew and the community.

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