The country's biggest private carrier continues expanding its international flight network.
The Malaysian budget airline's attempt to launch a low-cost carrier in Vietnam has fallen.
The fast-growing private airline has brought the total number of aircraft it ordered from Boeing to 200.
The Hanoi – Tokyo route will operate daily return flights between Noi Bai and Narita international airports with a flight time of around six hours per leg on a new and modern aircraft.
Vietjet and Airbus has just signed a deal for additional 50 A321neo aircraft worth up to $6.5 billion according to the manufacturer’s list price during a visit to Hanoi by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.
Vietjet has signed and exchanged an aircraft financing agreement for its 10 brand new aircraft with Japanese firms and two French banks namely BNP Paribas and Natixis.
In the second quarter of this year, Vietjet saw the robust growth from international flights when it transported over 1.6 million people, an increase of up to 96 per cent.
The new-age carrier Vietjet and Boeing Commercial Airplanes signed an order contract for 100 B737 MAX aircraft worth a total of $12.7 billion yesterday at Farnborough International Airshow 2018 in United Kingdom.
Thanks to the ecosystem combined among HDBank, PGBank, Petrolimex and Vietjet, HDBank expects to have around 40 million customers in the future.
Bamboo Airways may pose a risk of competition with Vietnam Airlines or Vietjet Air; however, this prospect will only happen as early as 2019.
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