Vietjet has been honoured with two prestigious awards by International Finance Magazine, the world’s leading finance publication. The airline has been named “Best Low-cost Airline in Southeast Asia” and “Best Finance Management – Aviation – Vietnam”. The International Finance Awards, recently held in Bangkok, Thailand, has been running annually for over a decade by International

Vietjet has been honoured with two prestigious awards by International Finance Magazine, the world’s leading finance publication. The airline has been named “Best Low-cost Airline in Southeast Asia” and “Best Finance Management – Aviation – Vietnam”.

The International Finance Awards, recently held in Bangkok, Thailand, has been running annually for over a decade by International Finance Magazine, a premier finance and business magazine based in the United Kingdom. The award honours global industry-leading businesses, talents, leadership skills and capabilities in the fields of finance, banking, aviation, insurance, energy, services, and more.

Vietjet was lauded for its excellence, particularly in its efforts to optimise the air travel experience for its customers. The airline continuously offers innovative and safe aviation products and services with affordable fares. The airline is also recognised for its impressive flight network expansion, covering most of the Asia Pacific region. In terms of finance management, the airline stands out with positive business results in the post-pandemic era and develops sustainably with ESG goals.

Vietjet Chief Operating Officer Michael Hickey said: “Vietjet is proud to be a new-age carrier catering to customers’ diversified demands and taking the lead to provide modern and convenient travel opportunities at affordable prices to people and tourists within the region and around the world. The recognition from the international business and finance community is a testament to Vietjet’s effective and transparent financial activities, affirming its leading role in promoting the economy, trade, and tourism while being a trusted  partner in the global aviation industry.”

Vietjet currently operates a fleet of over 100 aircraft with an expansive flight network in Vietnam and Thailand and international routes to Australia, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Kazakhstan and beyond, serving over 185 million passengers domestically and internationally. The airline flies to five key Australian cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney.

The airline offers a variety of products, such as the “Fly First – Pay Later” program, the complimentary travel insurance SkyCare, and the loyalty program SkyJoy. Passengers flying with Vietjet can also experience hot, fresh, and unique Vietnamese cuisine, such as Pho and Vietnamese Banh Mi, as well as international culinary delights like Shanghai steamed buns, dim sum, Halal food, Italian pasta, Thai fried rice, and more. Additionally, passengers can enjoy special in-flight performance on modern aircraft at an altitude of 10,000 meters.

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