More flights via Thai Vietjet from Bangkok – Fukuoka and Taipei
Thai Vietjet further announced the addition of its international services Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) – Fukuoka, Japan from 4 to 5 weekly flights, starting from 1 October 2022, as well as Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) – Taipei, Taiwan from 1 to 2 flights per week, starting from 2 October 2022.
“After a long break from COVID-19, the gradual recovery of the international travel market is definitely a good sign for airline industry. What we find, beyond our expectation, is the great feedback from the market, between Thailand with Japan & Taiwan, since the two of our flight services initially launched. With further relaxation of travel restrictions of those governments, we are eager to add more flights during the upcoming peak travel season, offering a more convenient yet affordable choice of travel for international tourists to/from Japan and Taiwan.” said Pinyot Pibulsonggram, director of commercial, Thai Vietjet.
Thai Vietjet commenced its flight service connecting Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) and Fukuoka on 16 July 2022, with the welcome ceremony at Fukuoka Airport. Lately, the airline commenced its flight service between Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) and Taipei on 18 August 2022, with the welcome ceremony at Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Starting 1 October 2022, the flight service connecting Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) and Fukuoka will be increased from 4 to 5 weekly flights, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, with an approximate flight duration of 5 hours 30 minutes and shall be increased to daily flights soon.
Likewise, the flight service connecting Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) and Taipei will be increased from 1 to 2 weekly flights, every Thursday and Sunday, starting from 2 October 2022, with an approximate flight duration of 3 hours 45 minutes.
In addition, the airline has also announced its new international services from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Phu Quoc (Vietnam), starting from 12 October 2022, expected to capture high travel demand to this emerging international tourist island in Vietnam.
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