VietJet Cargo searches for Malaysian GSA

By Damian Brett

VietJet Cargo is looking for a GSA to represent it in Kuala Lumpur as it continues to expand its cargo network.

A tender has now opened and companies in Malaysia are invited to bid for the first time.

The GSA will be responsible for all the commercial activities for sales, marketing and promotion on Vietjet’s flight network connecting to over 400 flights daily covering more than 140 destinations across Vietnam and internationally such as Malaysia, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan, etc.

This includes a daily flight from Kuala Lumpur to Ho Chi Minh City.

The GSA will also control the pricing policy and space management, working with the cargo warehouse and ground handling agency, supervising the operations, maximising the uplifted cargo and securing the service level commitment to clients directly.

Nguyen Thanh Son, Vietjet vice president, said: “Following the establishment of Vietjet Cargo in 2014, we have independently and strategically developed and grown demand for air cargo services in Vietnam in addition to our main function as a commercial airline. Today, we have grown internationally, taking necessary steps to expand our cargo business to the Malaysian market.

For more information, please visit https://cargo.vietjetair.com.

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