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Vietjet to operate new flights to 2 cities in Kazakhstan

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Kazakhstan, Vietjet has announced new routes for Almaty city and Nha Trang city – the tourism capital in central Vietnam. The announcement ceremony took place in the presence of Vice President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam – H.E. Vo Thi Anh Xuan, leaders of the Government of Kazakhstan and senior leaders of the two countries.

The routes will commence this October with 2 flights per week- with flight duration of more than 9 hours.
Chu Viet Cuong – Member of the Board of Directors, Vice President of Vietjet said, “With the route network connecting Kazakhstan and other regional countries with Vietnam, Vietjet believes that it will contribute to the important development of Vietnam. economic – trade – tourism system between Vietnam and Kazakhstan and other countries in the region. The route will be operated by Vietjet using a modern wide-body A330 aircraft with the best products, services, and utilities to meet customers’ needs of traveling, working, studying, visiting relatives, etc.”


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