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Thai Vietjet launches promotional campaign with “zero baht” fares


Low-cost carrier Thai Vietjet has just launched its “mid-year mega sale” with zero baht fares (excluding taxes and fees) to destinations on the carrier’s international network. According to a TTR Weekly report, the fares can be booked between now and June 30, for travel between July 1 and December 31. (As is usually the case with these things, the travel period excludes public holidays, and various other Ts and Cs apply.)

(No payment has been received, in cash or kind, for this article)

Flights can be booked through the airline’s website, with zero baht fares available on flights from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Japan, and Taipei. Flights can also be booked via the Thai Vietjet app (Vietjet Air), via the “Booking” tab on the carrier’s Facebook page, as well as through travel agencies and booking offices.

TTR Weekly reports that the Vietjet group recently introduced new direct routes between Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City and Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane in Australia. For passengers wishing to travel to Australia from Thailand, connections are available from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Vietjet’s Ho Chi Minh City hub.

Thai Vietjet currently operates on the most popular domestic routes within Thailand, with flights departing Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Phuket, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Krabi, Udon Thani, Hat Yai, Khon Kaen, Ubon Ratchathani, and Surat Thani. The carrier also operates direct flights between Phuket and Chiang Mai.


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