The discounted fares, which are available at www.vietjetair.com from noon to 2pm, are for all of Vietjet’s domestic and international routes and those of ThaiVietjet – a joint venture of Vietjet and Thai airline KanAir.
The travel window for promotional tickets is from June 16 to December 31.
The new-age carrier will provide five return flights per week on the HCM City – Bali route with flight times lasting around four hours per leg. The flight departs from HCM City at 8:05am and arrives in Bali at 1:05pm (local time). The return flight takes off from Bali at 2:05pm (local time) and lands in HCM City at 5:05pm.
Earlier this month, the airline announced it had earned total revenue of VND53.57 trillion (nearly US$2.23 billion) and pre-tax profit of VND5.81 trillion (US$250 million) in 2018.
Despite rising oil prices, the company’s air transport revenue reached VND33.78 trillion, up 50% year on year, while air transport profit before tax saw a rise of 49%.
Last year, Vietjet operated approximately 120,000 flights on 105 routes, covering destinations in Vietnam and Japan, Hong Kong (China), Singapore, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan (China), Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia and China.