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Vietjet announces connecting flights between South Korea and Siem Reap

and offers free tickets for all international routes



(Bangkok, July 11, 2017) – To celebrate its connecting flights from Seoul/Busan (South Korea) to Siem Reap (Cambodia), Vietjet today announces a sales promotion for its all international routes, looking to ease the travel budgets of individuals, tourists and businessmen flying between the famous localities.
 
Vietjet is to run a three—golden-day promotion from July 12, 13 and 14, 2017 offering 200,000 air tickets priced from THB0 only at www.vietjetair.com. The promotion applies for all international routes from Ho Chi Minh City/Hanoi/Danang/Hai Phong (Vietnam) to Hong Kong / Seoul, Busan (South Korea) / Kaoshiung, Tainan, Taichung and Taipei (Taiwan) / Singapore / Bangkok (Thailand) / Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) / Yangon (Myanmar) / Siem Reap (Cambodia) and travels from September 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017.

The Seoul – Siem Reap route is operated daily with tickets priced only from THB1,900 (USD55) for one way. The flight departs from Seoul at 11h05 (local time) with transit in Hanoi and arrives in Siem Reap at 18h40 (local time). The return flight takes off at Siem Reap at 19h30 (local time), transits in Hanoi and lands in Seoul at 07h55 (local time).

The Busan – Siem Reap route is operated daily with tickets priced from only THB2,400 (USD70) for one way. The flight from Busan departs at 08h35 (local time) with transit in Hanoi and lands in Siem Reap at 19h00 (local time). The return flight takes off at Siem Reap at 20h05 (local time), transit in Hanoi and arrives in Busan at 07h00 (local time).

The promotional tickets are available for booking within the golden hours from 12:00 to 14:00 (GMT+7) at www.vietjetair.com (also compatible with smartphones at https://m.vietjetair.com) or at www.facebook.com/vietjetthailand (just click the “Booking” tab). Call center at 02-089-1909. Payment can be easily made with debit and credit cards of Visa, MasterCard, JCB, KCP and American Express.

With its high-quality services, special low-fare tickets and diverse ticket classes, Vietjet offers its passengers enjoyable flights with dynamic and friendly flight crew, comfy seats, amazing hot meals, special surprises from the airline’s inflight activities and amazing ticket fares through “12pm, It’s time to Vietjet” promotion.


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About Vietjet:
 

Vietjet is the first airline in Vietnam to operate as a new-age airline with low-cost and diversified services to meet customers’ demands. It provides not only transport services but also uses the latest e-commerce technologies to offer various products and services for consumers. Vietjet is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) with the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certificate. The airline was also named as one of the Top 500 Brands in Asia 2016 by global marketing research company Nielsen and “Best Asian Low Cost Carrier” at the TTG Travel Awards 2015, which compiles votes from travelers, travel agencies and tour operators in throughout Asia. The airline was also rated as one of the top three fastest growing airline brands on Facebook in the world by Socialbakers.

Currently, the airline boasts a fleet of 48 aircraft, including A320s and A321s, and operates 350 flights each day. It has already opened 67 routes in Vietnam and across the region to international destinations such as Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, China and Myanmar. It has carried nearly 40 million passengers to date.

Vietjet Thailand currently operates three new and modern A320 aircraft, one of which is emblazoned with Thailand’s dynamic tourism symbol “Amazing Thailand”. The carrier’s flight network includes three domestic routes, Bangkok-Phuket, Bangkok-Chiang Mai and Phuket-Chiang Rai, and three international routes from Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Hai Phong.

Looking ahead, Vietjet plans to expand its network across the Asia Pacific region. To prepare for this plan, Vietjet has signed agreements with the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers to purchase more brand-new and modern aircraft.

Like Vietjet on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/VietjetThailand, follow us on Twitter, https://twitter.com/vietjetvietnamand watch our videos at:


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Bank of Thailand and Monetary Authority of Singapore sign FinTech Cooperation Agreement and Banking Supervision Memorandum of Understanding
Singapore, 11 July 2017… The Bank of Thailand (BOT) and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) today signed a FinTech Cooperation Agreement (CA) and updated an existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Banking Supervision. The two documents were signed at the side of the biennial BOT-MAS Bilateral Meeting. This year’s Bilateral Meeting was hosted by MAS.
2 The FinTech CA aims to help develop a richer financial ecosystem in Thailand and Singapore as well as in ASEAN. The CA enables the BOT and MAS to share information on emerging market trends and their impact on regulations, as well as refer FinTech companies to their counterparts. Importantly, it signals a shared intent to explore jointly undertaking innovation projects, especially those with potential for cross-border applicability.
3 BOT and MAS also updated their MOU on Banking Supervision, which had been in place since 2006. The MOU serves to strengthen bilateral collaboration in safeguarding the resilience of the two countries’ banking systems. The updated MOU sets out in greater detail the two central banks’ commitment to fostering greater information exchange and cooperation in the areas of licensing, on-site examinations, supervisory colleges, and crisis management.
4 Veerathai Santiprabhob, Governor, BOT, said, “The MOU and the CA between MAS and BOT represent another important milestone in the development of the banking supervision and FinTech cooperation between our two central banks. In our present era characterised by volatility, complexity and technological innovations, I believe that strengthening cooperation among our institutions will play a key role in fostering regional financial stability and sustainable growth. Cooperation on new financial technology will bring about greater financial inclusion and upgrade the provision of financial services to our region.”
5 Ravi Menon, Managing Director, MAS, said, “BOT and MAS are longstanding partners in promoting regional financial integration and supervisory cooperation. We also share a common interest in promoting innovation and growing the FinTech ecosystem to better serve ASEAN markets. The CA and the MOU are complementary, and reflect our joint commitment to capture new opportunities in cross-border financial services while containing their risks.”
Veerathai


About the Monetary Authority of Singapore
As Singapore’s central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) promotes sustained, non-inflationary economic growth through the conduct of monetary policy and close macroeconomic surveillance and analysis. It manages Singapore’s exchange rate, official foreign reserves, and liquidity in the banking sector. As Singapore’s integrated financial supervisor, MAS fosters a sound financial services sector through its prudential oversight of all financial institutions in Singapore – banks, insurers, capital market intermediaries, financial advisors, and stock exchanges. It is also responsible for well-functioning financial markets, sound conduct, and investor education. MAS works with the financial industry to promote Singapore as a dynamic international financial centre. It facilitates the development of infrastructure, adoption of technology, and upgrading of skills in the financial industry.



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