To offer further flexibility, convenience and more valued choices of travel products to passengers, Thai Vietjet today launched ‘Phnom Penh Power Pack’, consisting of different packs of air passes for flying on Thai Vietjet’s international flight service Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) – Phnom Penh.
The special packs are available for booking from now until July 15, 2022, with the travel period from June 15, 2022 – December 23, 2026 (not inclusive of public holidays, terms and conditions applied) at th.vietjetair.com.
The ‘Phnom Penh Power Pack’ are packs of flight tickets that passengers can utilize as prepaid passes to fly on Thai Vietjet’s flight service between Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) and Phnom Penh, with validity until 2026. The packs are available in 4 variations, including bundles of 6 flight passes at THB 6,500 each, 12 flight passes at THB 12,500 each, 24 flight passes at THB 24,000 each, and 50 flight passes at THB 48,000 each (not inclusive of taxes, fees, surcharge and add-ons). Once purchased, passengers are able to redeem a prepaid air pass from ‘Phnom Penh Power Pack’ at THB 0 base fare (not inclusive of taxes, fees, surcharge and add-on services) for a round trip or one-way travel on the airline’s flight service between Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) and Phnom Penh.
The packs are redeemable for travel from June 15, 2022 – December 23, 2026 (exclusive of public holidays and blackout periods). Passengers can book a flight at least 3 hours before the departure time at www.vietjetair.com. The passes are transferable since passenger names are not restricted and can be different anytime when booking a flight. The promotion can be applied to adult passengers only (children not inclusive).
Currently, Thai Vietjet is operating daily flight services between Bangkok and Phnom Penh, and increasing to double daily flights in July 2022.
Thai Vietjet has been providing leading capacity to passengers with the highest level of safety for travel during the Covid-19 outbreak. The carrier also strictly performs aircraft disinfection throughout its fleet in compliance with Thai Ministry of Public Health and CAAT’s directives, to reduce potential risk to the health of passengers and its staff.