Vietjet will officially reopen frequent return flights between Seoul and Ho Chi Minh City from October 7, 2020. The carrier will operate one flight from HCMC to Seoul (Incheon) on every Wednesday from September 30, 2020. The frequent flight from Seoul to HCMC will be in service from October 7, 2020 on every Wednesday. On September 29, 2020, Vietjet will also operate an extra flight from Hanoi to Seoul with its return flight to land in HCMC on the same day.
Vietjet has also launched a brand-new Deluxe ticket class and upgraded SkyBoss services on its entire flight network. The new services are expected to provide safe and enjoyable flights by providing passengers premium incentives such as flight insurance, luggage packages, priority check-in/boarding, diverse choices of food and beverages and seat selection options.
The airline will regularly notify passengers on flight schedule updates through its official website at www.vietjetair.com and official communication channels. It prioritises the safety of passengers, cabin crew and the community as all Vietjet flights adhere to the highest safety standards of local authorities, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
All passengers flying between Vietnam and South Korea must submit their proofs of a negative Covid-19 test obtained within three days prior to boarding their flights as well as abide compulsory quarantine requirements by local authorities. As regulated by the South Korean government, travellers from Vietnam to South Korea have to fill in all regulated forms before boarding their flight as well as abide compulsory quarantine requirements by the local authorities. Travellers to Vietnam from South Korea can opt to pay for their quarantine at chosen hotel/accommodation facilities such as Holiday Inn, Ibis that comes with full accommodation services and highest disease prevention standards.
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