On the auspicious day of Feb. 10, Vietjet launched its inaugural route connecting Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam with Chengdu in China, marking the commencement of easier travel options between the two nations. This move signifies a significant step in enhancing connectivity and fostering closer ties between Vietnam and China.
Operating seven return flights per week, Vietjet offers a convenient travel schedule between Ho Chi Minh City and Chengdu, with each leg spanning over four hours in flight time. The introduction of this route opens up a plethora of opportunities for travelers seeking seamless journeys between the bustling metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City and the vibrant city of Chengdu.
Chengdu, nestled in Southwestern China, serves as a crucial hub connecting various cities within China and globally. Renowned as the “homeland” of Pandas, Chengdu also boasts access to notable attractions such as Jiuzhaigou, a UNESCO World Heritage site, adding allure to its appeal.
In contrast, Ho Chi Minh City stands as a pivotal trading center within the region, attracting visitors with its rich cultural tapestry and renowned Vietnamese street food. Furthermore, its integration into Vietjet’s international network ensures seamless connections to numerous destinations worldwide.
To commemorate the commencement of operations on the first day of the Lunar New Year, Vietjet greeted passengers at airports across the country with lucky money, adding a festive touch to the travel experience.
The introduction of this new route not only enhances travel convenience but also promotes cultural exchange and economic cooperation between Vietnam and China. It is poised to facilitate increased tourism, business, and cultural interactions, further strengthening the bonds between the two nations.