VietJet Air is shaking things up this quarter! Based on a recent schedule comparison from 08OCT23 to 29OCT23, they have announced frequency adjustments on several of their international routes. Here’s a detailed breakdown:
- Can Tho – Taipei Taoyuan: Mark your calendars! The service resumption originally planned for 29OCT23 has now been tentatively moved to 21JAN24. It’ll operate thrice a week with the A320 aircraft.
- Da Lat – Seoul Incheon: From 03NOV23 to 30NOV23, the frequency drops! It reduces from 7 to 5 times a week, flown by the A320.
- Da Nang – Hong Kong: Changes from 06NOV23 to 29NOV23 include a frequency reduction from 7 to 3 weekly flights. Keep an eye out for the A321 in the skies!
- Hai Phong – Seoul Incheon: The period between 13NOV23 and 03DEC23 sees a reduction from 7 to 5 weekly flights, courtesy of the A321.
- Hanoi Routes:
- Hanoi – Kaohsiung: 08NOV23 – 06DEC23 witnesses a frequency shift from 7 to 5 weekly flights (4 from 16NOV23 and 6 from 28NOV23) with the A321.
- Hanoi – Taichung: From 06NOV23 to 30NOV23, it’ll go down from 7 to 4 weekly flights. Look for the A320!
- Hanoi – Taipei Taoyuan: Starting from 29OCT23 till 29NOV23, the frequency is being reduced from 14 to 7-8 weekly, featuring both the A320 and A321.
- Ho Chi Minh City Routes:
- Ho Chi Minh City – Chiang Mai: Watch out for changes! From 7 weekly flights, there are specific reductions on certain dates with the A320 taking charge.
- Ho Chi Minh City – Hong Kong: A reduction is slated from 07NOV23 to 01DEC23, dropping from 7 to 4 weekly flights. A321 will be the bird in action!
- … and several more frequency reductions across destinations like Kaohsiung, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Taichung, and Taipei Taoyuan, all through November. Make sure to adjust your plans accordingly!
- Phu Quoc – Hong Kong: Between 05NOV23 and 30NOV23, the weekly flights reduce from 7 to a mere 3! A321 will be on this route.
Travelers, while these changes may affect some of your travel plans, always remember to check your flight schedules before heading to the airport. Safe travels!
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