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Thai VietJet Air is a Thai low-cost airline. The airline is based at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Bangkok and offers domestic flights within Thailand, as well as international flights to various destinations across Vietnam, Taiwan and India. Currently, the airline operates a route network covering more than 10 destinations.

The airline is an associate of Vietnamese airline, VietJet Air. It was founded in 2014 and flew its inaugural flight with a charter service between Bangkok and Gaya in the same year. In 2015, it started scheduled services, with its first flight between Bangkok and Phuket.

Baggage Policy

Thai VietJet Air has different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage.

Carry-on Baggage

All passengers are entitled to one item of free carry-on baggage and one small personal item.

For passengers on the basic Economic fare, the combined weight of these bags must not exceed 7 kg. For passengers flying on the Skybass fare, the combined weight of these bags must no exceed 10kg.

Baggage must not exceed the dimensions of 56cm × 36cm × 23 cm.

Here are examples of small personal items given by Thai VietJet Air:

  • Handbag or book, magazine, camera, children food kit, duty-free bag, with dimensions no larger than 30cm × 20cm × 10 cm
  • Jacket bag with dimensions no larger than 114cm × 60cm × 11cm
  • Laptop bag with dimensions no larger than 40cm × 30cm × 10cm

Checked Baggage

There's no free checked baggage allowance on the basic Economic fare. However, checked baggage is available to purchase at an additional fee. Passengers flying on the Skyboss fare are entitled to 30kg of free checked baggage.

No one piece of baggage can exceed 32kg and dimensions must fit within 119cm × 119cm × 81cm

Cabin Classes

Thai VietJet Air offers 2 cabin class options - Economy and Business class.

Economy Class

Economy Class is the most basic cabin class that VietJet Air offers. The Economy Class cabin is clean and comfortable, with a professional and friendly service delivered by the airline's expert cabin crew. Food and drink are served in Economy Class at an additional cost.

Economy Seats

The Economy Class gives 29" of seat pitch. At an additional cost, passengers can choose a seat with extra legroom.

Business Class

The Business Class cabin, SkyBoss, is the airline's highest-tier of cabin class, with the best level of service both on and off the ground.


Passengers with a Skyboss ticket are given an extended baggage allowance, free seat selection, lounge access (outside of domestic flights in Thailand), priority check-in and free changes and cancellations on the flight.

Once in-flight, passengers can enjoy a larger seat at the front of the cabin and a priority meal-service.

Business Seats

SkyBoss seats are the largest on the aircraft, giving extra space and comfort. SkyBoss seats are always located at the front of the aircraft so that passengers can quickly and easily disembark from the aircraft.

In-flight Entertainment & WIFI

There's no in-flight entertainment system. However, passengers can enjoy reading materials, such as the airline's in-flight magazines.


At this time, there's no WIFI network on Thai VietJet Air flights.

Food & Drink

Food and drink are available to pre-order or purchase once onboard. On domestic flights, passengers can enjoy a range of light snacks and drinks. On longer, international flights, passengers can pre-order hot meals, as well as the same selection of light snacks and drinks that are on domestic flights.


Thai Vietjet Air offers online check-in on selected flights. If you can't check in online then you must check in at the airport.

Online Check-in

Online check-in is only available for select domestic VietJet Air flights and isn't currently available for Thai VietJet Air flights.

Airport Check-in

Passengers who aren't able to complete online check-in or would rather check-in in person can do so at the airport. To complete airport check-in, passengers must visit one of the airline's check-in desks and present the check-in agent with the relevant travel documents.

Passengers who aren't able to complete online check-in or would rather check-in in person can do so at the airport. To complete airport check-in, passengers must visit one of the airline's check-in desks and present the check-in agent with the relevant travel documents.

Frequent Flyer Programme

Thai VietJet Air doesn't have a frequent flyer program. However, it's working on starting an accumulated point program soon.

Airline Alliance

Thai VietJet Air isn't currently part of an airline alliance.

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Destinations that Thai Vietjet Air flies to

Thai Vietjet Air flies to a vast amount of destinations, below is a detailed table of all its destinations:

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Hub Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport

Suvarnabhumi International Airport is one of two international airports serving Bangkok, Thailand and is the hub airport for Thai VietJet Air. The airport opened for all commercial domestic and international flights in 2006 and was created to take over as the main international hub for Bangkok. This allowed the cities previous international hub, Don Meuang International Airport, to put more of a focus on facilitating flights from low-cost regional airlines.

Despite being a low-cost airline, Thai VietJet Air has used Suvarnabhumi International Airport instead of Don Mueang as its hub since it was founded in 2005. It is one of six airlines that use Suvarnabhumi Airport as a hub, with the other five being Bangkok AirwaysJet Asia AirwaysOrient Thai AirlinesThai AirwaysAsia Atlantic Airlines and Thai Smile.


Thai VietJet Air's fleet consists of entirely Airbus aircraft. The airline has a mix of Airbus A320-200 and Airbus A321-200 aircraft. Overall, it has 10 aircraft within its fleet.