Bamboo Airways to launch three air routes to Hai Phong
|TIN LIÊN QUAN|
|Bamboo Airways to expand routes throughout Vietnam|
|Bamboo Airways to open RoK, Taiwan routes|
The flight time for the Hai Phong – Quy Nhon route is estimated at about one hour 35 minutes, Hai Phong – HCM City two hours, and Hai Phong – Can Tho two hours and five minutes.
|Illustrative image. (Photo: VNA)|
This will be the three first air routes in the Bamboo Airways’ plan to build a network of flights connecting Hai Phong’s Cat Bi international airport with domestic airports in the central coastal city of Da Nang and Phu Quoc pearl island in the southern province of Kien Giang as well as international ones in Bangkok (Thailand), Singapore, Seoul (the Republic of Korea), and Siem Reap (Cambodia).
They will help increase the total number of domestic air routes operated by Bamboo Airways to 20.
To mark this milestone, from May 2-16, the airline will offer air tickets starting from 200,000 VND (8.57 USD) for flights to Hai Phong from May 10-16.
Passengers could buy tickets at the airline’s agents or book online at the website: bambooairways.com.
By the end of April 2019, Bamboo Airways conducted nearly 4,000 flights with the rate of punctuality being over 92 percent, the highest in the aviation sector.
In 2019, the airline aims to increase the frequency of daily flights to 100, serving 5 million passengers.
It strives to conduct flights on 37-40 domestic and international air routes this year.
|Vietnam takes steps to fly direct to United States |
Vietnam has been granted a Category 1 rating by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), meaning that the country complies with international safety standards and ...
|PM agrees in principle licencing of Bamboo Airways |
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has agreed in principle the granting of an air transportation business licence to Bamboo Airways of Viet Bamboo Airlines Company, owned ...
|Bamboo Airways to launch first flight in October |
Bamboo Airways – of the Viet Bamboo Airlines Co., owned by property developer FLC Group – plans to see its first flight take off on ...