One more airline will launch flights to Russia. VietJet Air will open regular flights from Vladivostok to Nha Trang in Vietnam on March 25, the representative office of the Russian Foreign Ministry in Vladivostok reported.
Flights will be with a transfer in Laos once a week – on Saturdays. Currently, flights from Vladivostok to Vietnam are not operated.
VietJet Air was established in 2007 and is positioned as an international low-cost airline. The central office is located in Ho Chi Minh City.
The airline’s fleet consists of 78 aircraft of the new generations of the A320 and A321, which have more fuel-efficient engines and better environmental performance without compromising the highest safety standards. Vietjet, with its average fleet age of between 2 and 3 years, is proud to be one of the airlines having the newest fleets in the region and the world.
After February 24, almost all international airlines left the Russian market. However, 40 international airlines from 26 countries still operate flights to Russia