Thai Vietjet Air

Thai Vietjet Air

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Última atualização 16. julho 2024 18:16 (UTC +0)

Company Profile

Thai VietJet Air is an associate company of VietJet Air in Thailand, operating from its hub in Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Currently, the airline flies to 12 destinations in 4 countries: India (Gaya - seasonal), Thailand (Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Krabi, Bangkok), Vietnam (Hai Phong, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh city, Can Tho, Da Lat), and Taiwan (Taichung). The main office for Thai VietJet Air is 100/519 Moo 2, Chaeng-Wattana Rd. Thungsonghong, Laksi, Bangkok, Thailand.

History

Thai VietJet Air is a subsidiary of VietJet Air in Thailand, and a joint venture between the Vietnamese carrier (49%) and the Kan Air president Somphong Sooksanguan (51%). However, the ownership was changed when Mr.Sooksanguan sold 40% of his stake to an anonymous investor, leaving him with 10% stake in Thai VietJet Air. The airline was established in 2014, receiving its Air Operator’s Certificate in November that year. Its inaugural flight was a charter flight from Bangkok to Gaya, followed by its routine flight from its hub in Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phuket International Airport.

Flight Attendant

The male and female cabin crew for Thai VietJet Air wear different type of uniforms. The male flight attendants wear a red top with brown checkered collar and black trousers, while the female flight attendants wear a set of military-inspired set of uniform. The female flight attendants wear a red shirt with brown checkered collar, a bow, and short pants in the same colour, complete with a brown checkered boat hat and red Mary Jane shoes.

Fleet

Thai Vietjet has 7 aircraft in its fleet, all of them made by Airbus. The total passenger of the aircraft varies from 180 to 230, depending on the aircraft used for the flight.
Type Quantity
Airbus A320-200 12
Airbus A321-200 6

Call Center

If you have inquiries for the airline or are facing difficulties in the airport such as cancelled flights or lost baggage, you can contact the airline. To contact the airline is by sending an email to vz.support@vietjetair.com. The Thai Vietjet Air call center can be contacted on one of the following phone numbers :
Country Phone
Thailand (+66)20891909
Vietnam (+84)19001886
Japan (+81) 359375071
Taiwan (+886)285023359
India (+91)9205714477
Cambodia (+855)023883184
Singapore (+65)63888883

Live Chat

Another alternative is to go to their live chat page here.

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