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VietJet adds 101st aircraft to its fleet

VietJet, the innovative Vietnamese airline, recently welcomed its 101st aircraft into its cutting-edge fleet. This milestone event occurred on October 26, 2023, when the brand-new A321neo ACF 240 touched down at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City. Notably, this addition is part of a larger order of 384 aircraft from renowned global aircraft manufacturers. Throughout 2023, VietJet has been continuously expanding its fleet with the introduction of new aircraft.

The arrival of the A321neo ACF represents a significant step towards more sustainable aviation. This aircraft is expected to reduce fuel consumption by a minimum of 16%, decrease noise levels by up to 75%, and cut emissions by as much as 50%. With this addition, VietJet solidifies its position as the owner of one of the world’s most modern and cost-efficient fleets. This achievement not only promises more economical flight options for passengers but also underscores VietJet’s commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development. Notably, VietJet holds the distinction of being the first airline globally to operate the new A321neo ACF 240 aircraft.

Over the years, VietJet has soared to various destinations worldwide, overcoming numerous challenges to serve over 178 million passengers. The airline has played a pivotal role in bridging gaps between countries, peoples, and religions, while also contributing to a promising future for businesses and individuals alike.

From November 2, 2023, VietJet will launch a total of 35 weekly round-trip flights, establishing direct connections between five key Indian cities: New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kochi, and Tiruchirappalli, with the Vietnamese cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. This initiative further cements VietJet’s presence and connectivity between Vietnam and India.

For over a decade, VietJet has been a prominent player in the aviation industry, operating around 450 daily flights across 120 routes that link Vietnam with other countries in Asia and Australia. The airline’s international network extends to destinations in Australia, Northeast Asia (Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, mainland China), Southeast China, and Kazakhstan.