VietJet Air is ramping up services to India in mid-May by starting two Mumbai services and adding a third route to Delhi.

The Vietnamese low-cost carrier will link Mumbai with Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, while Delhi will be served from Da Nang. Cirium fleets data shows that VietJet operates 180-seat Airbus A320s, 230-seat A321s and 240-seat A321neos.

The Da Nang-Delhi route, to be operated five times weekly, will be the first between India’s capital and the Vietnamese resort destination.

VietJet will serve Mumbai thrice weekly from Hanoi and four times a week from Ho Chi Minh City.

Cirium schedules data shows that VietJet will be the sole operator on the three Indian routes.

Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo is the other player in the India-Vietnam market, dominating it with daily flights from Kolkata to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.