Vietjet Air introduces free luggage policy for domestic flights

From late February to March 31st, Vietjet Air - one of Vietnam’s cost-saving airlines - has offered a special gift for passengers.

Guests buying tickets for domestic flights will receive 20kg check-in baggage with no additional fee. 7kg carry-on luggage is still free of charge. The flight routes include all flight networks inside Vietnam with departure time from February 27th to April 05th.

Vietjet Air

The policy applies to passengers who purchase tickets at least 3 hours prior to departure. The booking must be made on Vietjet’s official website (www.vietjetair.com), Facebook page (www.facebook.com/vietjetvietnam/), or through flight agents and ticket offices. All payment methods are accepted.

Besides the free luggage policy, Vietjet also introduces new Deluxe seats with unimaginable fair price from only 17.25 USD. Deluxe passengers not only import free 20kg checked luggage, they can also relish on free, unlimited schedule changes, priority check-in, seat selection, along with the Deluxe Flight Care program.

To protect public health, other than wearing face masks, all passengers are advised to follow health declarations and must show information at the check-in gate.

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