Vietjet inaugurates the very first two international services connecting Can Tho, the hub city of Mekong Delta region with Taipei and Seoul, the capital cities of Taiwan and South Korea. On this occasion, Vietjet also donated for the Fund for the poor of Can Tho City to bring the unprivileged of the city a warm and cherished Tet.

The two new services linking Can Tho with Taipei and Seoul will pave the way for locals, tourists to travel by safe, modern airway and at the same time promote the demand of tourism, trade, studying abroad, etc. thus offering more opportunities to explore attractions at the destinations.

The Can Tho – Taipei route operates four return flights per week, starting from January 10, 2020.

  • Departure – Can Tho at 12:40 and arrives in Taipei at 17:10.
  • Return – Taipei at 18:10 and arrives in Can Tho at 20:55
  • All in local times.

The Can Tho – Seoul (Incheon) route will operate three return flights per week starting from January 16, 2020.

  • Departure – Can Tho at 16:50 and arrives in Seoul (Incheon) at 23:55.
  • Return – Seoul (Incheon) at 02:30 and arrives in Can Tho at 06:20
  • All in local times.

Vietjet pioneers to operate routes to and from Can Tho, the economic, cultural and tourism centre of the Mekong Delta region, the Southwestern region of Vietnam, offering convenient and safe flight opportunities for travellers to come to the beautiful and prosperous river region of Vietnam.

Once reaching to Can Tho, visitors will be immersed in the typical cultural features of the southwestern river region with highlighted activities such as: enjoying local specialities on Cai Rang floating market, walking at Ninh Kieu wharf, exploring the fruits garden in Phong Dien and visiting Long Tuyen ancient village.

Vietjet is currently the carrier operating the most routes and flights to Can Tho International Airport with 7 domestic routes and 2 international routes. Since the first flight operated in 2014, Vietjet has significantly contributed to the remarkable transformation of Can Tho, creating an average growth rate of 30 per cent of the total number of tourists each year of the city.