Vietnam Airlines is offering one-way flights on domestic routes for as little as US$18 in an epic summer sale that got underway this week.
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will increase 175 flights on eight domestic routes from April 27 to May 3 to meet increasing demand during the National Reunification Day and International Labour Day.
The People’s Committee of the island district of Con Co, central Quang Tri province, has welcomed first visitors to the island on the pilot Cua Viet-Con Co route.
Low-cost carrier Jetstar Airways of Australia will open two direct flights from Melbourne and Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City of Viet Nam from next month.
A new air route connecting the central city of Da Nang and Daegu city of the Republic of Korea (RoK) was launched by T’way Airlines on April 2.
Vietjet Air has started a new flight service to Siem Reap reinforcing its commitment to strengthen its footprint in the Southeast Asia region.
Vietnam Airlines is adding nonstop across-the-pond service between Noi Bai International Airport in Ha Noi and the Sydney Airport in Australia three times weekly starting on 29 March, according to a release.
Travel from the northern port city of Hai Phong and Dong Hoi in central Quang Binh province will become much easier when the low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacfic launch its flight on the route from April 29.
The railway sector will add more than 30 trains on the North – South route to meet the travel demand during the Hung Kings’ death anniversary holiday, and National Reunification Day (April 30th) and International Labour Day (May 1st).
The 180-seat Airbus A320 of Jetstar Pacific en route from Da Nang landed in Hong Kong (China) on March 27, marking a new connection between the central resort city and the Chinese territory.
Low cost carrier Vietjet Air has announced the launching of its promotional incentive for cardholders of the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ).
A direct air route from Da Nang to Daegu (the Republic of Korea) will be operated by T’way Airlines from April 2nd with five flights a week, reported the Da Nang Department of Foreign Affairs.