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|Jetstar Pacific will open three new flights from Danang for this summer|
The three new domestic routes of Jetstar Pacific will be connected with the flight network of Vietnam Airlines and the five-star airline Emirates, which has more than 185 destinations to 18 countries and territories in the world, creating favourable conditions for international passengers to visit famous landscapes in Vietnam.
On April 10, the Danang-Vinh route will be officially opened with one-way ticket prices starting from only VND190,000 ($8.26) per flight. Flight will departfrom April 19 with three flights per week on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
From April 15, tickets will be sold for the Danang-Phu Quoc route from VND890,000 ($38.7) and Danang-Thanh Hoa from VND370,000 ($16.87) per flight. Both routes are operated by Jetstar Pacific with four flights per week, with the first flight for Danang-Phu Quoc taking off on May 24, and Danang-Thanh Hoa on May 25.
Danang is a famous tourist destination and is a central hub for Jetstar Pacific after Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The company is also operating international routes between Danang-Taipei, Danang-Hong Kong, and Danang-Singapore.
To celebrate the new routes, Jetstar Pacific also announced selling super cheap tickets from VND33,000 ($1.43) for all three new routes. These discount tickets will be available from April 15 until April 17 at the website www.jetstar.com. The price does not include tax and accepts only online payments at the time of registration and flights depart before August 11, 2019.
“Connecting a large, low-cost network to Danang and Phu Quoc proves our commitment to providing many business and travel opportunities for people,” Jetstar Pacific’s representative shared.
Jetstar Pacific is the first low-cost airline in Vietnam. The company is assessed to be operating safely since1991 and has been granted the IATA Operation Safety Audit (IOSA). Currently, Jetstar Pacific is operating the Safety Management System (SMS) approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV), the SMS standard of IATA, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and Qantas Airways, the flag carrier of Australia. In addition to the applicable international standards, Jetstar Pacific implements a system of diagnosis and analysis, preventing risks to ensure maximum safety for mining operations.
In 2018, Jetstar Pacific carried out over 40,000 safe flights, transporting 6.2 million passengers, up 14.3 per cent on-year, while over 99 per cent of passengers were satisfied and ready to fly with Jetstar Pacific again.
Jetstar Pacific has two main shareholders, including Vietnam Airlines and Qantas Airways.