Vietjet has added four new aircraft to its fleet, including three A321neos and one A330 aircraft in just the first three weeks of May. The move marks its 6-A330 milestone to further realize the airline’s intercontinental flight network expansion.
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In 2023, Vietjet plans to expand its fleet of 87 aircraft, including 9 Airbus A330 wide-body aircraft. The airline expects to operate 139,513 flights with 25.7 million passengers in 2023. Its targeted consolidated revenue for 2023 is over VND50,178 billion (approx. US$2.14 billion) while after-tax profit is set at VND1,000 billion (US$42.8 million).
Growing the fleet will also support the airline’s network expansion plans. The airline has recently announced a series of new services from Vietnam to Hiroshima (Japan), Kochi (India) while putting the Hanoi – Phuket route into operation last week.
It is also ready to bring back direct connections between Phu Quoc and Da Nang to Hong Kong, Daegu and Da Nang in July and increase frequencies of many other international services to meet rising travel demand this summer.
With a modern fleet of A330 and A321 the airline offers numerous flight options across Vietnam to top travel destinations in Australia, India, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Kazakhstan with low fares.
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