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National carrier Vietnam Airlines announced Monday that it would cut its ticket prices by more than 50 percent during the next two months.
The discounts will take effect from September 9 to the end of October. During that time, air fares between Hanoi and Vinh, Hanoi and Da Nang will begin at VND400,000 (US$20.60). Flights between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi and Nha Trang will begin at VND860,000 ($44.27), not including value added tax, the Vietnam Economic Times (VnEconomy) reported.
Passengers can book tickets via or visit Vietnam Airlines ticket booths nationwide. More than 350,000 tickets are estimated to be discounted during the sale.
Le Hoang Dung, spokesman for the firm, said the promotion is one of Vietnam Airlines’ biggest discounts this year. Their hope is to diversify price policies and stimulate domestic air travel.


Source: Thanh Nien

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