Vietjet to foster tourism and trade growth between Vietnam and South Korea

The highly-anticipated new routes by Vietjet connecting two major Vietnamese cities to Busan, South Korea have finally commenced operations.

The maiden flight from Ho Chi Minh City to Busan was greeted with a water cannon welcome ceremony at the Gimhae International Airport in Busan on Monday, much to the delight of all passengers on board.

Additionally, the inaugural flight connecting Da Nang to Busan took off on July 20, while the Nha Trang/Hanoi to Busan flight services have also resumed operations beginning July 1 and July 21 respestively.

All four flight routes connecting Busan to these bustling Vietnamese cities will operate one return flight daily, with an average flight time of about five hours one way.

Vietjet is currently offering low fares starting from as low as US$12 one way on all its flights to Busan via or the Vietjet Air application.

With this, Malaysian travelers looking to visit the picturesque city of Busan now have the opportunity to do so while taking in the cultural sights and sound of Vietnam.

“The new routes between Busan and Vietnam’s top 4 destinations solidifies Vietjet’s readiness, as the largest airline carrier operating between the two countries in terms of flight capacity, to meet the rising regional travel demand. Vietjet is also committed to offering greater flight options at the most affordable fares to bring more passengers to their favourite destinations,” said Nguyen Thanh Son, Vice President of Vietjet.

These long awaited services have received overwhelming response from travelers including those travelling for tourism, business and education purposes.

Passengers from South Korea will also access to hassle-free travels to other Southeast Asian and South Asian countries thanks to Vietjet’s expanding flight network in Asia Pacific region.

To welcome travelers into its beautiful country, Vietnam has removed the need for Covid-19 testing for all international travelers regardless of Vaccination status, allowing travellers the freedom to explore in pre-pandemic fashion.




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