The low-cost airline Vietjet is offering 3,000 free air tickets for one of its newest international routes: Hanoi – Seoul. The program will run from 12 noon to 2pm (Vietnam time) from March 9-14.
The travel period will last from March 20 to October 31, 2015 (excluding public holidays). Customers can only join the program online at www.vietjetair.com (also compatible on smartphones) or www.facebook.com/vietjetvietnam (tab “Đặt vé”). Payment can be made with Visa, MasterCard, JCB, American Express, and ATM Cards (registered for internet banking).
This route links two of Asia’s most fascinating capital cities. Thanks to this program Vietnamese visitors will have a wonderful opportunity to visit Seoul, where they will discover a city of contrasts with royal palaces next to modern skyscrapers. This beautiful blend of the old and new is complemented by amazing Korean cuisine, not to mention a huge number of cultural attractions and recreational activities.
With a history that dates back more than a thousand years and no shortage of modern developments, Hanoi is also now a blend of the old and new, classic and contemporary, traditional and modern. The capital of Vietnam has incredible street food, a host of cultural attractions and some truly enchanting locations such as the fabled Hoan Kiem Lake, the spiritual and geographical focal point of this incredible city.
In response to the growing travel demand between the two sites, Vietjet now operates daily flights connecting these two destinations. A four-hour and 10-minute flight will depart Hanoi every night at 1:45AM (Vietnam time) and arrive in Seoul at 7:55AM (Korea time). A five-hour and five-minute flight will depart Seoul at 11:05AM (Korea time) and arrive in Hanoi at 2:10PM (Vietnam time).
Vietjet is the first privately owned airline in Vietnam. With a fleet of 21 Airbus A320 aircraft, the airline operates 150 flights per day, and has transported 10 million passengers in total so far. The airline covers 28 local and international routes to Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, and Cambodia.