Thai Vietjet offers 1-year complimentary travel to medical staff

Thai Vietjet offers 1-year complimentary travel to medical staff

Thai Vietjet, the new age carrier, presented to H.E. Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister, at the office of Ministry of Public Health, the airline’s official offer of complimentary flights to medical staff who have joined in the combat against COVID-19.

This is one of the major activities that Thai Vietjet has done in appreciation to all the heroes who have risked their lives working day and night to protect the people’s health from the pandemic.

“Thanks to the medical force’s courage and priceless sacrifices, we are honoured to offer this thank you gift to all medical staff as a measure of our special appreciation. We look forward to serving all the heroes on ThaiVietjet new normal flight,” Ms Sayada Benjakul, ThaiVietjet Corporate Affair Director shared.

Thai Vietjet has offered one-year complimentary air tickets with travel from 1 June 2020 – 31 May 2021 to all members of Thai COVID-19 Prevention & Control Committee and all doctors and nurses of 160 appointed hospitals for treatment of COVID-19 patients in Thailand.

The complimentary tickets are applicable to all Thai Vietjet routes from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Vietnam’s Dalat, Da Nang, from Udon Thani to Ho Chi Minh city, as well as all domestic routes from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Krabi, Udon Thani, Phuket – Chiang Rai, and Udon Thani – Chiang Rai and other routes extended during the year.

Thai Vietjet is extremely grateful and fully dedicated to delivering the flights as special gifts to those heroes.

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