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Vietjet has just welcomed their 101st aircraft

Vietjet has just welcomed their 101st aircraft

Last week, the 101st aircraft of the new age carrier Vietjet has landed at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh city with a warm welcome, continuing the conquering the sky mission, realizing the flying dream of people and tourists.
Vietjet has continuously received and put into operation new aircraft in 2023. The new aircraft A321neo ACF 240 today also the 101st aircraft of Vietjet among 384 aircraft that the airline ordered the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers.

Two pursers Minh Huyen and Thu Ha attending today ceremony were also welcomed Vietjet’s first aircraft in 2011. Minh Huyen and Thu Ha shared their emotions: “We are extremely proud and honored to attend the welcoming ceremony of the first aircraft and today the 101st aircraft of the airline. We and our colleagues have joined Vietjet in realizing the dream of flying for hundreds of millions of passengers. Thank you to our beloved passengers, Vietjet’s flight team will constantly develop and strive to make every flight a happy journey.”

Vietjet’s fleet in bright red and yellow colors, along with the Hello Vietnam song has taken off to hundreds of destinations around the world, overcoming many challenges to serve over 178 million passengers, transporting hundreds of million smiles, becoming a messenger connecting countries, peoples, religions, opening a new future for businesses and people.

Chairwoman of Vietjet, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, performs the champagne baptism ritual to welcome the new aircraft.


Vietjet’s new aircraft have brought a revolution in Vietnam’s aviation industry, contributing to making the Asia-Pacific region a bright spot on the world aviation map with continuous high growth for several years.

Vietjet and Thai Vietjet are ready to welcome the festive season with a new fleet, a professional and happy flight crews, and especially new routes to destinations in Australia, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Southeast Asia and beyond.


The new A321neo ACF aircraft helps reduce fuel consumption by at least 16%, reduce noise by up to 75% and cut emissions into the environment by up to 50%. Vietjet owns the world’s leading modern fleet with optimal operating costs, helping to bring more economical flight opportunities for passengers, environmental protection and sustainable development. Vietjet was also the first airline worldwide to operate the new A321neo ACF 240 aircraft.