The additional service will be offered between May 20 and August 31, the carrier said on March 23.
Tickets will be sold from VND200,000 (US$8.8) per leg, excluding tax and fees, on website www.jetstar.com and at ticket agents nationwide.
This is followed the carrier’s operations on the Hanoi – Quy Nhon (Binh Dinh province) air route with five flights per week, as part of the its plan to add more services to famous tourist attractions in summer holiday.
Summer is always a busy time for the aviation sector. Increasing flight frequency between the southern hub and Bangkok not only bolsters travel between Vietnam and Thailand but also creates a flight network among Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore.
Jetstar Pacific is the first low-cost carrier of Vietnam. Vietnam Airlines and Qantas Airlines are the main shareholders of the carrier. Jetstar Pacific is offering services to all popular destinations in the country and operating flights to Singapore, Bangkok, Osaka (Japan), Taipei, Hong Kong and Guangzhou (China). Connecting with Jetstar Group’s network, Jetstar Pacific’s service has been reached 180 destinations in 18 countries worldwide.