VietJet Is Ready to Welcome Its 100 Millionth Passenger

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VietJet Is Ready to Welcome Its 100 Millionth Passenger

Travellers alert! VietJet launches the biggest ever promotion campaign to welcome the airline's 100 millionth passenger. Who's going to be the one?  

To celebrate the event, one million zero VND air tickets (airport charges and fees are paid separately) will be sold through Vietjet's official website. All passengers who buy promotional tickets will have a chance to win a special prize – the 1 kg golden aircraft worth nearly VND1 billion (USD43,000).

Other prizes include VND500,000 rewards on 100 passengers' Vietjet SkyClub accounts, inflight gifts and promotion codes for fast delivery of Swift247 and Grab food/car.

To participate, buy a ticket with Vietjet between November 8, 2019 and January 16, 2020 at the airline's official website, mobile app VietjetAir or other ticketing channels and register for a free draw at

The representatives of Vietjet said the 100 millionth passenger is exected during the year-end festive season. In the course of the next three years the airline will be ready to meet their 200 millionth passenger.

VietJet is a low-cost airline from Vietnam. The airline commenced their operations in December 2011 and now flies to 18 domestic and 26 international destinations. It also has codeshare agreements with Thai VietJet Air and Japan Airlines.



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