Fly with Vietjet, enjoy Hue Festival and experience hot-air balloon

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Fly with Vietjet, enjoy Hue Festival and experience hot-air balloon
Passengers flying to Hue city with Vietjet will have chance to experience novel and unique Vietjet hot-air balloons on the free of charge basis in the ninth Hue Festival.
Vietjet hot-air balloon is the only representative of Vietnam to participate in the International hot-air balloon demonstration 2016 with participation from eight other countries: Britain, the Netherlands, India, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Passengers only need to bring "boarding pass" of Vietjet to experience freely this special mean of transportation on the May 4 and 5 at Ham Nghi field of Hue. The organizer would prioritize for early comers because of limited flight time. Passengers can take photos; participate in fun activities of hot-air balloon demonstration, meeting with pilots.
Always be a pioneer in leisure activities for passenger service, Vietjet’s hot-air balloon will represent Vietnam to participate in demonstrations at other countries: Taiwan (July 2016), Japan (September and October 2016), Malaysia (March 2017), Philippines (April 2017), Thailand (April 2017).
Vietjet hot-air balloon with the dimensions of 25 meters high, 18 meters wide and flight distance of 5 km, maximum altitude of 150m will be giving demonstration, performing flights serving visitors with panoramic view from altitude above the city of Hue.
Not only bringing millions of opportunities to travel by plane at affordable prices, Vietjet is always hand-in-hand with social, cultural and entertainment activities such as The concert in memory of musician Trinh Cong Son (1939-2001), Support for university entrance exams, Da Lat Flower Festival, Forbes 30 Under 30, Art program to celebrate 60th Liberation anniversary of Hanoi capital ... Looking ahead, Vietjet will continue providing attractive fares as well as accompanying with other practical activities and bringing benefits to passengers.

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