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Vietjet launches two new routes from Hanoi to Taipei and Hue

Vietjet has launched two new routes departing from Vietnam’s capital city, Hanoi, to Taipei and Hue, the ancient city in central Vietnam. The latest routes have been introduced to meet the increasing travel demands of individuals and tourists, thus helping to boost regional trade and integration. The introduction of the new flights will also serve the Thai outbound market, offering convenience to passengers wishing to travel to Hanoi and then on to other exciting destinations in Vietnam and Taiwan.

Vietnam’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Le Hoai Trung, along with Vietnam’s Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Huynh Vinh Ai, the Head of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Hanoi, Richard Shih Rui Chi and dignitaries from the Vietnamese government attended and witnessed the inaugural flight ceremony. All passengers onboard the flights received memorable keepsake gifts from Vietjet.

The Hanoi-Taipei route will be operated on a daily basis from October 30, 2016 with a flight time of 3 hours per leg. The flight takes off from Hanoi at 14:05 and lands in Taipei at 18:00 (local time). The return flight departs at 19:10 and arrives in Hanoi at 21:20 (local time).

The Hanoi-Hue route will commence operations on November 1, 2016 with a flight time of one hour and 10 minutes. The flight departs from Hanoi at 12:35 and arrives in Hue at 13:45. The return flight will take off from Hue at 14:20 and arrive in Hanoi at 15:30.

Tickets for the new routes are now available at (also compatible with smartphones at or at (just click the “Booking” tab). Payment can be made easily with debit and credit cards of Visa, MasterCard, JCB and American Express.  

The capital city of Hanoi is well known for its thousand-year historical heritage sites and sense of serenity. The city embraces a mixture of old and new, the ancient and the modern, the oriental and western. It is recognized as a safe and favorable investment destination and has been awarded “the City of Peace” by UNESCO.
With these two new routes, Vietjet’s flight network now has more than 20 routes connecting Hanoi with key destinations in Vietnam and Asia. The airline’s new route to Taipei also emphasizes its third service connecting Taiwan with Vietnam, including Taipei-Hanoi, Taipei-HCMC and Tainan-HCMC. One more route from Kaohsiung to HCMC will be in service from December 12, 2016.

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