Vietjet offers attractive promotion programe with 888,888 tickets

Sunday, 07/08/2022 16:11
Beginning the exciting autumn season in August, Vietjet offers an attractive promotion programme "Double day, great sale, comfortable flight" not to be missed.
Vietjet aircraft (Photo courtesy of Vietjet) 

From 0:00 on August 8, 2022 to 24:00 on August 10, 2022, Vietjet opens sales 888,888 promotional tickets with a discount up to 88% on all domestic and international routes, reported VNA.

Accordingly, customers when booking Eco tickets at website, Vietjet Air mobile app, Facebook at (the "Booking" section) can immediately use the promotion code VIETJET88 to receive up to 88% discount on fares, excluding taxes and fees.

Promotional tickets are applied to all domestic routes across Vietnam and international destinations imbued with cultural identity, paradises of relaxation and shopping, as well as having exciting experiences in India, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia (Bali), Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia... with flexible flight time from August 15, 2022 to March 26, 2023, excluding Tet and national holidays.

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In addition, passengers can be registered online to the "Fly now - Pay later" program within only 3 minutes for all domestic routes and soon for international routes. In particular, passengers can enjoy free payment fees when booking tickets and paying via Vietjet SkyClub.

Let's take part in the atmosphere of the monthly super promotions from now to the end of the year, get attractive programs from Vietjet to optimize travel costs and fully enjoy your trips. The number of promotional codes is limited, hurry up and hunt for promotional tickets on the website, mobile app and plan a trip with your family, friends and loved ones now.

Vietjet is ready to welcome all customers come with the best travel, visit, and business experience with its wide flight network covering the region, many flights per day, convenient schedules and hundreds of thousands of discounted tickets to fly with the modern fleet, friendly and professional cabin crews, fresh and hot meals, health care products and services, travel insurances, new accommodation facilities, new utilities and many unique cultural and artistic performances at the altitude of 10,000 meters…

The new-age carrier Vietjet has not only revolutionised the aviation industry in Vietnam but also been a pioneering airline across the region and around the world. With a focus on cost management ability, effective operations and performance, Vietjet offers flying opportunities with cost-saving and flexible fares as well as diversified services to meet customers’ demands.

Vietjet is a fully-fledged member of International Air Transport Association (IATA) with the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certificate. As Vietnam’s largest private carrier, the airline was awarded the highest ranking for safety with 7 stars in 2018 and 2019 by the world’s only safety and product rating website and listed as one of the world's 50 best airlines for healthy

Financing and operations by Airfinance Journal in 2018 and 2019. The airline has also been named as Best Low-Cost Carrier by renowned organizations such as Skytrax, CAPA, Airline Ratings, and many others.

Vietnam to form seven marine economic clusters by 2030

Seven maritime economic clusters will be formed by 2030, serving to turn Vietnam into a strong marine country.

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According to VNA, the information was included in Decision 892/QD-TTg recently signed by Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh, approving a project on the development of marine economic clusters associated with building strong sea-based economic centres by 2030.

The project aims to build seven marine economic clusters in the next ten years in advantageous coastal areas and develop three to four leading maritime economic centres in the Southeast Asian region.

The clusters will prioritise services, products with added value, attract large-scale enterprises and high-tech projects to contribute to green growth, and protect the marine ecological environment as well as the marine economy.

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These clusters will also contribute to consolidating and strengthening national defence and security in the sea and islands.

Notably, developing sea and island tourism is one of the priorities for effectively exploiting the potential and strengths of tourism resources in each region and the entire coast of Vietnam.

In particular, the project stresses the importance of the development of the tourism economy with eco-tourism and leisure centres, complexes and sea and island resorts that meet international standards in clusters in the central region, the southwestern coastal area (Kien Giang - Ca Mau) and other areas with suitable conditions.

CNN reporter loves Vietnamese fish sauce

Chris Dwyer, a reporter for CNN, says he has loved Vietnamese fish sauce made in Phu Quoc (South Vietnam), though it was not easy to taste at the beginning, reported VOV.

Vietnamese fish sauce (Photo:  tintucvietnam) 

In his story, he described the special fish sauce as an indispensable national ingredient that ranks among condiments such as olive oil or soya sauce.

According to the CNN reporter, visitors don't need to look far to sample a taste of Vietnamese fish sauce as it is present in pho, (the nation’s traditional noodle soup), spring rolls, com tam, banh xeo, com thit nuong, as well as dozens of other ubiquitous dishes.

In order to learn more about Vietnamese fish sauce, Dwyer paid a visit to Phung Hung on Phu Quoc island, a 45-minute flight southwest of Ho Chi Minh City.

The reporter found the Phung Hung fish sauce workshop has been in business since 1950 and is very proud of its reputation as one of the leading producers on an island which many Vietnamese feel is responsible for making the finest fish sauce available in the country.

Dwyer learned that the crucial ingredients in fish sauce are ca com (black anchovies), and smaller white anchovies. Together, they comprise roughly 95% of the fish used in the dish. Larger fish such as sardines and herring make up the rest.

The CNN reporter shared that fish sauce barrels are used as hand-crafted items from wood of boi loi, a tree from Phu Quoc National Park.

He revealed that part of the secret in the sauce is Phu Quoc's unique combination of environmental factors, including the right humidity and heat which slowly lets the mixture be reduced to leave between three and four thousand litres of fish sauce per barrel.

Dwyer quoted Spanish chef Bruno Anon, who leads the culinary programme at Regent Resort Phu Quoc, as saying that fish sauce is the national soul and essence of the Vietnamese people, which sets the country's cuisine apart from the rest of the world.

“In every Vietnamese meal, a small bowl takes pride of place, a sauce that ties together everything on the table,” Bruno Anon added.

The CNN reporter said that several acclaimed fine dining restaurants such as Toyo in Manila in the Philippines are also huge fans of fish sauce, locally known as patis.

He was also reminded of 2016 when globally renowned chef Anthony Bourdain took then-United States President Obama for a humble bowl of bun cha, rice vermicelli with grilled pork.

“The key flavor profile was, as Bourdain explained, nuoc mam - the ubiquitous Vietnamese fermented fish sauce,” he concluded./.