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Thai Vietjet inaugurates Bangkok - Chiang Mai service

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(Bangkok, September 26, 2016) – Thai Vietjet today inaugurates its Bangkok – Chiang Mai service, with surprising gifts onboard to all passengers. The airline’s new destination has added capacity and value to major routes in Thailand, connecting Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai, among which direct regular service of Phuket – Chiang Rai has been operated for the first time.
Three domestic routes opened in less than 2-week time, together with the operation of the latest generation of Airbus A320 Sharklet aircraft, have shown the carrier’s real commitment to joining Thai aviation market.
“We are very grateful to all passengers for their valued support, especially in the beginning of the carrier’s domestic operations. The utmost welcome of customers through our recent promotion has proven and encouraged us to further expand the network and offer quality service at affordable prices in Thailand. With the new service of Bangkok – Chiang Mai today, we are proud to offer more choices in the market, delivering the new-age carrier’s commitment to growing with Thai tourism”, said Ms. Nguyen Thi Thuy Binh, Vice President of Vietjet Group.

Bangkok – Chiang Mai route is operated twice daily with flight duration of one hour and 20 minutes per sector. The flights depart from Bangkok at 06:10 and 19:10 (local time) and arrive in Chiang Mai at 07:30 and 20:30 (local time) respectively. Return flights take off from Chiang Mai at 8:00 and 21:20 (local time) and arrive in Bangkok at 9:20 and 22:40 (local time) respectively.
The new-age carrier on September 15, 2016 made its ‘domestic debut’ in Thailand with the 2 routes of Bangkok-Phuket and Phuket-Chiang Rai, as well as announced earlier one new international route from Bangkok to Haiphong (Vietnam) to start in November 2016. The airline currently operates international routes from Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh city and Hanoi (Vietnam).

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