Now you have more reasons to visit Vietnam with VietJet. From 15 July to 15 September 2014, the region’s favourite low-cost carrier is giving away WEEKLY prizes and nearly 1,000 FREE air tickets.
VietJet passengers from Singapore to its various flight destinations across Vietnam, including Ho Chi Minh city, Nha Trang and Da Lat, will be automatically entered into the lucky draw to win over 70 air tickets each week. What’s more? Passengers stand a chance to WIN Samsung Galaxy Core II Duo smartphones every week!
Simply put, the Vietnamese carrier shows commitment to provide holidaymakers and travellers the opportunity to fly to Vietnam by offering promotional airfares with many cool prizes to be won. With VietJet in Vietnam, you can travel to Vietnam’s key economic cities such as Ha Noi, Hue, Da Nang, Hai Phong, Vinh, Nha Trang, Quy Nhon and Buon Ma Thuot. International flights with VietJet include Singapore, Bangkok, Seoul and Kunming.
This promotion applies to passengers on all VietJet’s domestic and international routes. When collecting the prizes, passengers are required to produce their VietJet boarding passes or e-tickets. The list of prize winners, specified by corresponding flight and seat numbers, will be updated daily on VietJet’s website.
To find out more, check out vietjetair.com or the nearest authorised VietJet ticket outlet.
Since 2011, VietJet has become the most favourite airline in Vietnam and in the region. The low-cost carrier operates a new and lively fleet with comfortable leather seats of choice to reach 21 destinations locally and globally. With dedicated staff, VietJet strives to provide best customer services, such as convenient online booking, yummy meals, and unbeatable fares.
VietJet currently operates more than 770 flights per week. In Vietnam, VietJet has successfully connected key economic regions such as Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Noi, Hai Phong and Da Nang. International flights include Singapore, Bangkok, Seoul and Busan (S.Korea). It is one of the fastest growing airlines worldwide, quickly expanding international routes throughout Asia-Pacific.