From July 1 2020, Vietnam Airlines will resume international flights to Korea, Taiwan, Hongkong, Thailand, Singapore, Laos & Cambodia
Vietnam Airlines has just sent a notice to the ticket agents that it will reopen two-way international flights starting from 1-7.
Specifically, with Korean routes, Vietnam Airlines will re-operate Ho Chi Minh City / Hanoi to Seoul routes with 7 flights / week, Ho Chi Minh City / Hanoi – Busan 3-4 flights / week.
Flight to Hong Kong, Vietnam Airlines announced it will operate from Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi – Hong Kong with a frequency of 3-4 flights / week. Similarly, Ho Chi Minh City / Hanoi – Taiwan are exploited from July 1 with a frequency of 3-4 flights / week.
With Southeast Asia routes, the national airline said destinations such as Thailand, Singapore, Laos and Cambodia will increase their flight frequency compared to South Korea, Taiwan …
According to the plan, Vietnam Airlines will return to Ho Chi Minh City / Hanoi to Bangkok (Thailand) with a frequency of 7 flights per day. Time starts from 2-7.
The route from Ho Chi Minh City – Singapore is also exploited by the airline from 2-7 with the frequency of 7 flights / week. The routes Hanoi – Vientiane (Vientiane, Laos), Vientiane – Phnom Penh (Cambodia) and Phnom Penh – Ho Chi Minh City will operate again from July 2, with a frequency of 7 flights / day.
According to Vietnam Airlines, the above schedule is prepared by the airline to prepare a commercial flight plan when it is officially approved. Above flight schedule is subject to change, not the final flight plan.
Vietnamese Airlines are ready to take off
Mr. Le Hong Ha – Deputy General Director of Vietnam Airlines, affirmed that the airline is ready for resources from fleets, flight attendants, pilots, airline representatives … to “fly now” when licensed. “Whenever the Government allows, the airline will fly immediately. All preparations are ready to take off” – Mr. Ha said.
Through tracking and evaluation of Vietnam Airlines, the market can fly first to two-way commercial flights to countries like Korea, Taiwan, Japan, China …
Overall assessing the international return flight, the airline said it is interested in tracking how “open” to develop development policies. Each airline has a research team in charge of each area to plan development when it can take off again.
Earlier, at the Government’s Standing Committee on COVID-19 prevention and control, regarding the opening of international commercial flights, the Prime Minister assigned the Steering Committee to announce safe areas to reopen routes. to areas where COVID-19 has not been detected in the last 30 days.
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