The new service Hat Yai – Chiang Rai operates 4 flights/ week starting November 1, 2020.
SINGAPORE – Thai Vietjet celebrated its maiden flight connecting Hat Yai, a center of trade, transportation and tourism in the Southern Thailand and the famous destination of Chiang Rai in the North. The inaugural flights VZ408 and VZ409 in return on the 1st of November have brought big surprise for passengers on board, including lively cabin crew dance performance “Fly for Love” and lucky draw to win complimentary air tickets. All passengers onboard the inaugural flights also received special souvenirs from the airline.
The new service Hat Yai – Chiang Rai operates 4 flights/ week starting November 1, 2020. The flight duration is around 2 hour 15 minutes per leg. The flight departs from Hat Yai International Airport at 8:55 and arrives in Chiang Rai Mae Fah Luang Airport at 11:05; the return flight takes off from Chiang Rai at 11:35 and arrives in Hat Yai at 13:05 (all in Thailand local time).
To offer additional benefits and convenience, particularly for frequent flyers, the carrier launched its Hat Yai Pass, an unlimited flight pass on the carrier’s domestic services to/from Hat Yai, including Bangkok – Hat Yai – Bangkok and Chiang Rai – Hat Yai – Chiang Rai. The Hat Yai Pass is redeemable to book tickets multiple times within six months from 16 November 2020 – 15 May 2021 (except certain public holidays) and now available for purchase on Skyfun.vietjetair.com at THB 7,200 (not inclusive of VAT, surcharge and add-on for travels).
With an expanding network connecting many attractive destinations across the Land of Smiles, Vietjet is bringing more chance for people and tourists in Thailand to travel at affordable fares, in modern aircrafts with comfortable seats, friendly cabin crews, a choice of nine hot delicious meals and many other special activities.
All Vietjet flights are in accordance with the global supreme standards and recommendations from the authorities, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in order to ensure the health and safety for passengers, flight crews and the community.