VietJet eyes expansion to Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia

Vietjet2Following its June 24 announcement that it will launch a subsidiary in Thailand, Vietnam’s low-cost carrier VietJet said it plans to create similar joint-ventures in Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos, the Bangkok Post reported.

At the same time, the airline is eyeing opportunities to create offspring airlines in China, Indonesia and Malaysia.

A Myanmar joint venture is expected to be the first step in the further expansion of the company which is part of the Sovico Holding conglomerate, one of the largest private businesses in Vietnam.

VietJet Air now serves 11 cities in Vietnam and operates two routes linking Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City. The airline targets service routes to Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea. Currently, the carrier operates around 300 flights a week.



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Following its June 24 announcement that it will launch a subsidiary in Thailand, Vietnam's low-cost carrier VietJet said it plans to create similar joint-ventures in Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos, the Bangkok Post reported. At the same time, the airline is eyeing opportunities to create offspring airlines in China, Indonesia and Malaysia. A Myanmar joint venture is expected to be the first step in the further expansion of the company which is part of the Sovico Holding conglomerate, one of the largest private businesses in Vietnam. VietJet Air now serves 11 cities in Vietnam and operates two routes linking Bangkok and...

Vietjet2Following its June 24 announcement that it will launch a subsidiary in Thailand, Vietnam’s low-cost carrier VietJet said it plans to create similar joint-ventures in Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos, the Bangkok Post reported.

At the same time, the airline is eyeing opportunities to create offspring airlines in China, Indonesia and Malaysia.

A Myanmar joint venture is expected to be the first step in the further expansion of the company which is part of the Sovico Holding conglomerate, one of the largest private businesses in Vietnam.

VietJet Air now serves 11 cities in Vietnam and operates two routes linking Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City. The airline targets service routes to Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea. Currently, the carrier operates around 300 flights a week.



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