Vietnam airlines plan to reopen more international flights
  • |, VietnamNet | September 18, 2020 06:35 AM
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will reopen its flights to Japan on Friday, while budget airline VietJet Air has planned to resume its international flights by the end of this month.

Dang Anh Tuan, head of Vietnam Airlines’ Corporate Communications Department said that from September 18, the carrier would start its one-way flights from Vietnam to Japan. The flights are for people who need to travel from Vietnam to Japan for study and work.


Vietnam airlines reopens international flights from September 18.

The carrier is expected to operate three flights from Hanoi to Narita International Airport in Tokyo at 11:45 pm on September 18, 25, and 30.

Another flight from Ho Chi Minh City to Narita International Airport will take off at midnight on September 30.

Passengers will be transported by Boeing 787 aircraft.

On the way from Japan to Vietnam, the firm’s flights will temporarily not transport passengers, but only goods.

At present, Vietnam Airlines is operating one weekly flight to Seoul and on the return way, they only carry goods.

The airlines are also awaiting authorities’ decision for the schedule of flights to Taiwan and Guangzhou in China.

Meanwhile, budget carrier VietJet Air is making preparations to resume its flights to Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei from September 29.

There will be one flight on every Tuesday on the HCM City-Tokyo route, one on every Wednesday on HCM City-Seoul/ Incheon and one for Hanoi-Taipei route on every Thursday.

Passengers who want to fly to Vietnam need to show their negative Covid-19 test conducted within three days before their flight.

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