An overview of Phu Quoc island. (Photo: Zing News)

The air route has four return flights a week. With a flight time of 2 hours and 45 minutes each way, the flight departs Phu Quoc at 10h50 and lands in Hong Kong at 14h35. The return flight departs from Hong Kong (China) at 15h40 and arrives in Phu Quoc at 17h25 (all local times).

This is the carrier’s second air route connecting Hong Kong (China) with Vietnam following the Ho Chi Minh city - Hong Kong route.

Known as “the Pearl island”, Phu Quoc is the biggest island in Vietnam. As one of the most talked-about tourism destinations in Asia, with beautiful beaches and friendly local people, it has attracted strong levels of investment in hotels and resorts in recent years and become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Vietnam.

Adding to the island’s appeal, international travelers are exempt from visas for visits of 30 days or less.

With a network of 113 routes, Vietjet operates safe flights with a technical reliability rate of 99.64% - the highest rate in the Asia Pacific region./.

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