Vietjet Aviation Joint Stock Company has reported a positive business performance in the second quarter and the first half of 2022.

In Q2, the airline has operated nearly 33,000 flights and served 6 million passengers, both were remarkably higher than the pre-pandemic. For the last six months, the company has increased the flight frequency of numerous routes to meet the post-pandemic travel demand, supporting the recovery of local tourism and economy.

It has also operated a total of 52,500 flights with 9 million passengers onboard, respectively increasing by 54% and 92% year on year. The number of flights has particularly increased by 8% against the pre-pandemic 2019’s level.

In fact, the last few months have been favourable for Vietjet. It has rapidly expanded on new routes, and brought in a new generation of A330 aircraft into its fleet. The airline aims to accelerate the recovery after the pandemic and in the remaining months of 2022, and is set to continue its stringent cost reduction measures and push ahead digitalization projects to optimize operation costs.