Thai Vietjet launches ‘Thailand Power Pass’ for domestic services

Thai Vietjet launches ‘Thailand Power Pass’ for domestic services

Following the successful launch of Hat Yai Pass and Northeastern Pass, Thai Vietjet further introduces ‘Thailand Power Pass’ – an unlimited flight pass that allows passengers to fly on Thai Vietjet’s whole domestic network as many times as they like within 6 or 12 months. The passes are available in two types, including 6 months pass at THB12,000 each and 12 months pass at THB19,000 each, Both are not inclusive of taxes, fees, surcharges, and add-ons. SkyFUN members will automatically receive 5% discount when signing in and purchasing.

Passengers can enjoy purchasing the passes from 8-31 January 2021, at, redeemable for travel from 15 January – 15 July 2021 (blackout period of 10-18 April 2021) for the 6 months pass, and 15 January – 23 December 2021 (blackout period of 10-18 April 2021) for the 12 months pass. For more information, please visit

To further support passengers’ requests during the latest COVID-19 outbreak, the airline recommends passengers to (1) send email request to or (2) fill in an e-form at  or (3) contact our Line Official account at @ThaiVietjet. This is to avoid too many calls and too much waiting online for the contact center at 020891909 at peak times. All requests will be attended to and handled as soon as possible.

Thai Vietjet is committed to providing on-time scheduled flights with the highest safety in compliance with the standards and regulations of the relevant authorities. Vietjet also owns one of the world’s newest and most modern fleets with an average age of only 2.7 years. Moreover, Vietjet was awarded the highest ranking for safety, with seven stars, by the world’s only safety and product rating website, Vietjet has been strictly performing aircraft disinfection daily throughout its fleet in compliance with Thai Ministry of Public Health. 

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