Panasonic’s SKY Series featured on Vietjet aircraft

On June 17, “Let’s welcome your future with SKY” was launched in a coordination between Panasonic Vietnam and Vietjet with an aim at offering passengers more attractive goods and services.


Accordingly, the first Vietjet aircraft with luxury and modern paint coat featuring Panasonic SKY Series air conditioner was also put into operation in its new appearance.

“Let’s welcome your future with SKY” includes three interesting pillars:

1. “Explore SKY, reach FUTURE”: By giving correct answers for all questions available at, passengers can win two Vietjet free return tickets applied on the airline’s all international routes.

2. “Lucky passengers with SKY”: every week, one lucky passenger who flies on the special aircraft will win a prize of a SKY Series air conditioner.

3. “Selfie with SKY, get big gifts”: an online photo contest on Panasonic Vietnam’s fan page will be held on a weekly basis with different topics. Competitors will post themselves with the SKY aircraft. The best of every week will get a SKY Series air conditioner.



Moreover, there will be other interesting activities and events from July 1 to December 15, 2016.

Mr. Luu Duc Khanh - Vietjet Managing Director said, “The newly painted aircraft featuring a SKY Series air conditioner marks an important milestone in our development. Vietjet would like to share with Panasonic Vietnam a strong belief that there is a future in air and we can bring that fresh air to our passengers’ home. The cooperation between Vietjet and Panasonic Vietnam is aimed at bringing happy and cool moments to our passengers.”

Mr. Masaaki Kobayashi, Panasonic Vietnam CEO said, “We are continuously innovating in electronics to bring everyone a better life. We would like to partner with a strong airline to fly SKY in the air. Vietjet is currently one of most changeable airlines. In spite of differences in business, we share one desire of innovation to more benefit our passengers. The very similarity makes Vietjet our valued partner."