Are you set for an experience filled with natural beauty, distinctive architecture, and delicious food? You can now explore the scenic beauty of Sam Mountain and Halong Bay to the magnificent, rice terraces and beaches. Vietnam is now just four hours away from the city of pearls. Come October, GMR Hyderabad International Airport is all set to launch Vietjet Air’s direct flight service from Hyderabad to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and Da Nang. Hyderabad Airport will be the first airport in Southern India where VietJet will be launching its non-stop service to multiple cities in Vietnam.
The maiden Vietjet flights to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang are slotted to take to the skies on 7th October, 9th October and 29th November respectively. Each service will operate between Hyderabad International Airport and the popular Vietnamese cities four times a week.
Commenting on the new Vietjet services, Mr Pradeep Panicker, CEO-GHIAL, “There has been a trend of resurgence towards increased international travel over the past few months. Indian travellers are ready to explore exotic destinations. Vietjet’s new direct flight services connecting Hyderabad with Vietnam will not only boost leisure tourism but also facilitate trade and commerce to stimulate businesses across sectors. This route is bound to satiate the spirit of the travellers from our regions who are looking for memorable tourist experiences in Vietnam and vice versa.”
Talking about the new routes, Mr Jay L Lingeswara, Vietjet Commercial Director said, “We are thrilled to strengthen our network in India with new direct flights starting from Hyderabad this October. We are glad to see an overwhelming response from Indian travellers and look forward to inspiring Hyderabad to experience the magic of Vietnam while also being a bridge to Southeast and Northeast Asian destinations. Hyderabad, the city of pearls, will be another highlight out of Delhi and Mumbai where we expand our India-Vietnam flight network to 17 routes to end of the year. We are confident the greater connectivity, affordability along with better flexibility will complement the rising demand for both business and leisure travel.”