|Top route||Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Phuket City|
|Top airport||Bangkok Suvarnabhumi|
Cons: Least leg room of any flight I've ever taken.
Cons: Not much leg room. Make sure they seat your party members together at check-in.
Pros: Great service, on schedule. The only flight to CNX. I am so happy they got me to CNX.
Cons: Left early, arrived early! Excellent
Cons: Everything was good. In fact, arrived in Bangkok early. What more could I ask for!
Pros: Had trouble with Vietjet charging me additional money for a flight change that didn’t go through on their website. Tried to explain it to them at the airport and they didn’t understand. Tried contacting them on their website and still didn’t understand how to fix it.
Cons: Better policies and a website that works when changing/booking flights
Cons: The fees for checked baggage were not clear and they did not state them at all and trying to purchase a checked baggage was impossible to do and frustrating. I had to pay $55 for two bags for an hour flight.
Pros: Very little leg room
Cons: No drinks are offered
Cons: Check in was frustrating, to say the least. We had to go upstairs to pay an excess baggage fee, instead of where we checked in. Despite being first in line we had to go to the end of the line because we were in the wrong line. They decided to tell us after the other line formed, not at the time.
Cons: I believe water should be offered for free, but this airline believes otherwise. I was so dehydrated on this flight and I was told it was 60bahts for water, and I ran out of currency, and they did not even take credit cards.
Cons: 3 hour delay, missed all other flights home
Pros: We left 20 minutes before the regular departure time - Chiang Rai international airport is very convenience
Cons: the air crew staff were very picky
With its base and headquarters located in Thailand, this airline primarily operates domestic flights within the country. However, it is possible to fly to international destinations, with popular travel destinations including India, Vietnam, and Taiwan.
When you make the decision to fly with Thai Vietjet Air, there is one travel class for you to select, which is Economy. Passengers that will be flying with an Economy ticket will have access to basic perks and services, such as movies and shows on the in-flight entertainment system, snacks, free non-alcoholic drinks, the option of bringing a carry-on bag, and a complimentary checked suitcase.
Thai Vietjet Air is not a member of an air alliance and has not created codeshare agreements with other companies; however, it is a subsidiary of Vietjet Air. Vietjet Air created this airline in 2015 as a way of offering budget-friendly tickets to customers. The two companies now share resources, which include planes, flight paths, and crew members.
This company has a medium-sized fleet that is composed of 10 aircraft, with all of them being Airbus jet airliners. The Airbus A320-200 is the most commonly used plane by the company due to the fact that it has a maximum capacity of 180 passengers and was specifically designed to be used for medium-range flights. For longer flights, the company often uses the Airbus A321-200 instead as it fits up to 230 passengers and has a spacious interior that makes it ideal for long haul voyages that last for several hours.