Vietjet has launched a new route connecting Japan’s Hiroshima with Vietnam’s Hanoi, as well as Ho Chi Minh City and Kochi in India.
Commencing on July 19, the Hanoi-Hiroshima service will be the first-ever direct service linking Vietnam with Japan’s water city and the airline’s eighth route between the two countries.
The twice weekly return service will operate on Wednesdays and Sundays between Noi Bai International Airport and Hiroshima International Airport.
The direct service from Ho Chi Minh City to India’s west coast city Kochi will start from August 12, with a frequency of four return flights per week on every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.
From July 1, Vietjet will resume its thrice weekly Phu Quoc-Hong Kong services, its four times a week Danang-Hong Kong route, and daily return flights from Danang to Daegu.
Vietjet will increase services between Danang and Singapore to twice daily from July 1, while the Nha Trang-Seoul (Incheon) service will increase to thrice daily flights from July 13.