Vietjet is offering Australians free domestic tickets when they book flights to the Vietnamese city of Ho Chi Minh.
The airline is offering an incredible opportunity to Australians looking to explore the natural beauty of Vietnam. From today onwards, passengers flying with Vietjet from Sydney and Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City will be entitled to free connecting flights departing from Ho Chi Minh City to other destinations within Vietnam, such as Hanoi, Da Nang, Nha Trang, Phu Quoc, and many more.
The airline, who last month announced they will be launching flights from Melbourne and Sydney to Ho Chi Minh, has released eco-tickets, which start from just $200. Then, the connecting domestic flights within Vietnam will be free of charge.
The tickets are available for flights arriving and departing every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from now until October 25, 2023, when you book via the website and Vietjet Air mobile apps
This promotional offer will run until October 25, 2023, and is designed to enable Australians to fully experience the vibrant and beautiful country of Vietnam.
If you’re feeling extra boujee, treat yourself to the SkyBoss/SkyBoss Business tickets when booking your Australian to Vietnam airfare, now with a whopping 50% discount! We’re talking private cabins, flatbed seats, luxury lounges, and even a golf club. And that’s not all – you’ll also get up to 20kgs of carry-on baggage and 60 kgs of checked baggage, plus some seriously tasty organic cuisine. These offers are valid for flights taken between April 8th and June 8th, 2023, for all routes connecting Vietnam and Australia.
The first direct flight to Melbourne takes off on Saturday, April 8th, with six flights per week, operating every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from Ho Chi Minh City. Meanwhile, the first direct flight connecting Ho Chi Minh City with Sydney will take off from April 12, 2023, with six flights per week.
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