Hanoi (VNA) – Carrier Vietjet Air on December 10 launched
two new international routes connecting Hanoi and Indonesia’s Jakarta, and Phu
Quoc and the Republic of Korea’s Busan as year-end travel season heats up.
There are four round-trips a week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday on
the Hanoi-Jakarta route, with a flight time of more than four hours per leg.
Meanwhile, the airline operates seven return flights on the Phu Quoc-Busan route,
with a flight duration of 5 hours and 30 minutes.
Hanoi and the pearl island of Phu Quoc in the south are among the
top tourist destinations in Vietnam, renowned for their unique cultural
features, scenic landscapes, and diverse cuisine, while Jakarta is a leading
metropolis not only in Indonesia but also in South East Asia, and the RoK’s Busan is the
largest coastal city and a major seaport of the region and the world.
According to a Vietjet representative, the new routes…