Vietnam Airlines increases flights to popular tourist destinations

11:25 | 04/08/2019
To serve the growing travel demand of passengers, from mid-August the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will increase the Hanoi-Tuy Hoa and Danang-Da Lat flights, ensuring better connection between the nation's most popular tourist destinations.
vietnam airlines increases flights to popular tourist destinations
Vietnam Airlines flights are using Airbus A321 aircraft with international service quality standards

On the Hanoi-Tuy Hoa route, Vietnam Airlines will add three flights per week from August 10. Additional flights will depart on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

At the same time, the airline continues to operate flights departing on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, from Hanoi at 11:00am and from Tuy Hoa at 1:30pm.

Thus, from August 10, Vietnam Airlines will operate daily flights connecting the capital with Tuy Hoa, the land of “golden flowers on green grass”.

The national carrier will also increase the frequency of flights between Danang and Da Lat, the city of flowers in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, with the addition of three flights per week from August 14.

After adding the flights, with a total flight schedule of up to 10 flights per week, passengers will have many options when flying the Danang-Da Lat route on Vietnam Airlines.

Additional flights depart from Danang at 7am and from Da Lat at 9am on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Currently, the company is still operating daily Danang-Da Lat flights, departing from Danang at 3:10pm and from Da Lat at 5pm.

After adding the flights, with a total flight schedule of up to 10 flights per week and departing in the morning and afternoon, passengers will have many flexible options when flying the Danang-Da Lat route on Vietnam Airlines.

Vietnam Airlines flights are using Airbus A321 aircraft with 4-star international service quality standards.

In last July, Vietnam Airlines' Da Lat-Danang and Hanoi-Tuy Hoa flights reported more than 90 per cent occupancy rate. The increased number of flights aims to satisfy the increasing travel needs of people, as well as push up tourism and trade development between the regions.

By Thanh Pham

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