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Thai Vietjet to resume inflight food services from 1st October With 40% discount voucher giveaway and lucky draw to win free Hotel Voucher!

Thai Vietjet announced the resumption of inflight food and beverage services for its domestic flights, starting 1 October 2020. On this occasion, the airline offers double benefits for hot meal purchases. Passengers who pre-book or buy hot meals onboard will get 40% discount hotel voucher. Especially for those meal pre-bookers, they will be eligible to join the lucky draw to win 5 complimentary hotel vouchers (2 nights each, valued at THB 4,800) at the Serene Phla Resort and Restaurant. The winners will be announced on 5 November, 2020 on the carrier’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/VietJetThailand/. The special campaign is available for travelling period from 1-30 October 2020. 

 

By resuming in-flight food services, Thai Vietjet also launches its new hot meal menu including Green Curry Chicken Rice, Chicken Teriyaki Rice, and Chinese Noodle as well as snacks and beverages with a special promotion 20% discount for any pre-booked meals reservation, available for purchase together with air ticket or adding via the menu ‘Manage my Booking’ on website www.vietjetair.com

 

Following the lifted ban on food and drinks on domestic flights by Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT), Thai Vietjet has carefully prepared for the resumption of those services on board. To further prevent from Covid-19 transmission, passengers are required to wear a mask during the flight, except while eating and drinking, which is in line with the authorities’ instructions. Thai Vietjet has been strengthening the coordination of disease prevention, strictly controlling health check procedures for passengers and crews before and after each flight, following required medical regulations, etc. All Vietjet flights are in accordance with all global supreme standards and recommendations from authorities, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in order to ensure the health and safety for passengers, flight crews and the community.