Thai VietJet will be launching international flight services connecting Bangkok to both Singapore and Taipei, along with opening direct flights between Singapore and Phuket.

According to Thai Vietjet, the new services will boost its regional connectivity with flights on the Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi to Taipei route starting on October 20. It will be followed by the launch of services on the Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi to Singapore route the following day (October 21). Both services will initially operate on a thrice-weekly schedule. .

In support of the “Phuket Sandbox” scheme, Thai VietJet will also launch twice weekly flights connecting Singapore and Phuket.

The airline stated additional frequencies for the three new routes would be increased at a later stage to better stimulate market demand and offer further convenience to passengers.

VietJet's Thailand-based subsidiary has further expanded both its domestic and international network. Recently, the airline announced its new and resumption of cross-regional services connecting Phuket to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, and Udon Thani, plus Hat Yai to Chiang Rai.

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