AviationLow-cost flights to Sydney and Melbourne come with flatbed seats and massive luggage allowance in SkyBoss class.

G’day, next stop Australia for Vietjet

Vietjet will fly Airbus A330s on the Vietnam-Australia route.
Vietjet will fly Airbus A330s on the Vietnam-Australia route.

Vietjet is launching a direct route connecting Vietnam with Australia’s two biggest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, flying Airbus A330s three times a week between Ho Chi Minh City and both Australian cities.

The low-cost carrier has indicated it will add three more Australian cities –Brisbane, Darwin and Adelaide – to its growing international schedules.

And to encourage travellers to hop onboard the new services Down Under thousands of free promotional tickets are available for travellers.

Vietjet said the “landmark move” signified the airline's continued expansion of its international flight network to reach all five continents this year.

Until 20 February, Vietjet will be giving out free tickets for its direct flights from Ho Chi Minh City to Melbourne and Sydney.

The first direct flights to Melbourne will take off on 8 April, with Sydney flights operating from 12 April.

Vietjet will offer three ticket classes on the routes: SkyBoss Business/SkyBoss, Deluxe, and Eco.

Top of the range Skyboss Business/SkyBoss offers a private cabin, flatbed seats, a lounge, cocktail bar, up to 20kg of carry-on baggage and 60kg of checked baggage, a golf club set and organic cuisine.

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