Vietjet receives aircraft bearing logo of Viet Nam - France diplomatic relations
Update: Mar 30, 2018
Vietjet Air received its newest A321 aircraft which bears the official logo for the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Viet Nam and France, in Paris, on March 28th.

The hand-over ceremony took place in the presence of General Secretary of the Communist Party of Viet Nam Nguyen Phu Trong during his official state visit to France and leaders from the two countries.

Speaking at the ceremony, Vietjet’s Managing Director Luu Duc Khanh said: “It is our great honor to have our aircraft emblazoned with the official logo for the 45th anniversary of the diplomatic relations. We would contribute more to the development of economic - cultural - trade cooperation between Viet Nam and France.”

The newly added A321 aircraft is the 43th of a total 121 aircrafts that Vietjet ordered from Airbus. 

It boasts a wide cabin with a logical configuration that will allow passengers to be extremely comfortable onboard so they can enjoy a superlative flying experience with Vietjet.

The logo for the 45th anniversary of the diplomatic relations features the image of a Vietnamese woman wearing a non la (palm-leaf conical hat) and a red ao dai (a traditional silk dress) holding hands with a French woman wearing a beret and a white blue plaid dress. The logo highlights the friendship and deep understanding between the two countries.

While in France, Vietjet has also signed a comprehensive agreement with Safran - CFM on supplying 321 engines to power the airlines’ 148 aircraft as well as fleet management services, training, R&D programs, and technical management.

The carrier also inked a finance agreement with GECAS France on purchasing and leasing six A321 Neo aircrafts.