Vietjet doubles up in Taiwan

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Vietjet launches the new Tainan route
Vietjet launches the new Tainan route

Vietjet has launched its second route to Taiwan, connecting Ho Chi Minh City with the Tainan, on the island’s southwest coast.

The new service launched on Wednesday (22 June), becoming the first direct flight connecting these two cities. Vietjet will now operate the route four times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays).

The launch follows the recent expansion of Vietjet’s HCMC-Taipei service, which was increase to twice daily flights on 18 June.

“The new route has great importance for Vietnamese community, who now can travel and reunite with their families in Vietnam and Taiwan easily and affordably,” said Vietjet’s vice president, Nguyen Thi Thuy Binh. “It will also benefit tourists and businessmen in the middle and south of Taiwan, who often travel between Taiwan and Vietnam.”

Flights will now depart HCMC’s Tan Son Nhat International Airport at 1045 and touch down at Tainan Airport at 1500. The return services will then leave at 1600 and arrive back in HCMC at 1815.

This becomes the first direct connection between Tainan and Southeast Asia. China Airlines also flies from the city to Osaka and Hong Kong.
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