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Thai Vietjet commences services to Shanghai and Hangzhou

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Thai Vietjet begins new services from Bangkok to Shanghai and Hangzhou, enhancing Thailand-China travel connectivity.

SHANGHAI, CHINA – Expanding its wings to China, Thai Vietjet commenced 2 inaugural flights of its latest services from Bangkok to Shanghai and Hangzhou, as part of its response to the temporary tourist visa exemption scheme for passport holders of the People’s Republic of China, which was recently announced by the Thai government.

On 6 December 2023 at Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport, passengers traveling on the inaugural flight VZ3524 and VZ3536 from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport were warmly welcomed upon their arrival in China, with special souvenirs from Thai Vietjet. The maiden flights were operated by A320 aircraft and carried full load of passengers.

With the launch of two new services to Shanghai and Hangzhou, Thai Vietjet will further enhance the extensive connectivity between Thailand and China. As we are committed to offering more flying opportunities to our passengers, the new flight service will facilitate tourists traveling between Bangkok and China with comfortable service at affordable prices, we are proud to mark another great milestone today and will continue to elevate passenger experiences with more diversified services and products throughout the Asia-pacific region,” said Mr. Woranate Laprabang, Chief Executive Officer at Thai Vietjet.

In the early stage of operations, the service between Bangkok and Shanghai will be operated with a daily flight frequency, while Bangkok – Hangzhou with four weeklies every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Detailed schedules are as follows.

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