Thai Vietjet, in collaboration with Fukuoka Prefectural Government (Bangkok office), surprised passengers on the special flight VZ132 from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Chiang Rai International Airport with the onboard activity “Fancy Friday: Cosplay Fashion Show” above the clouds.
The special flight “Fancy Friday: Cosplay Runway” began with the spectacular cosplay fashion show by models in dazzling cosplay costumes, followed with the souvenir giveaway from Fukuoka Prefectural Government (Bangkok office), and ended with the special complimentary air ticket lucky draw activity from Thai Vietjet. The special flight was filled with joy and exciting atmosphere throughout its journey, bringing happiness and smiles to all passengers.
The special activity “Fancy Friday: Cosplay Runway” was part of the airline’s activity to promote its new international service from Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) to Fukuoka. The new service will be commenced on July 16, 2022, with the frequency of 3 flights a week in the early stage of operation, every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, with an approximate flight duration of 5 hours 30 minutes. Passengers can check the flight schedule and book air tickets on www.vietjetair.com.
Japan has always been a top destination among Thai tourists, with its stunning scenery, and unique culture developed over centuries. Fukuoka, in particular, which sits on the northern shore of Japan’s Kyushu Island, is known for many great beaches, ancient temples, a variety of nature, and the rich culture and historical legacy of Kyushu.
Thai Vietjet is well-known for its vibrant entertainment activities and spectacular surprises onboard, as well as its high-quality services and special promotional fares. Thai Vietjet has been steadily expanding its flight network in response to rising travel demand and the relaxation of international travel restrictions, with the goal of providing more affordable air travel with a fun experience for Thai passengers. The airline has been performing daily aircraft disinfection throughout its fleet in accordance with the Thai Ministry of Public Health, as well as cleaning and disinfection of its company premises to reduce potential risk to employees and ensure the safety of passengers.