Vietjet offers super-cheap tickets during Mid-Autumn Festival

All the profits from selling moon cakes on Vietjet flights will be donated to the children in difficult circumstances. — Courtesy of Vietjet

HCM CITY (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): During this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, Vietjet flights are full of joy with endless love for passengers, the airline has announced.

Many promotional tickets, prized from zero dong, are available from now to next Friday (Sept 29) on the website and Vietjet Air mobile app. That will provide passengers with opportunities to explore Mid-Autumn Festival across Asia and receive surprise gifts from Vietjet at the height of 10,000 metres.

These discounted tickets (excluding taxes and fees) will be applied to all domestic and international flights with flexible flight schedule from Oct 9, 2023 to Oct 31, 2024.

In particular, passengers will also have chances to participate in the programme titled "Welcome Mid-Autumn, Spread Love" to contribute to the support less fortunate children. All the profits from selling moon cakes in Vietjet flights will be donated to the children.

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