HÀ NỘI — National carrier Vietnam Airlines will add four flights per week from HCM City to Singapore and Taiwan each from March 27.
A spokesperson of the carrier said the firm wanted to diversify its products to meet the demand of passengers as Singapore and Taiwan had recently become favourite destinations for Vietnamese tourists.
The new flights to Singapore will depart from HCM City at 7.25pm every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, while the return flights will depart at 11.25pm on the same days.
The flights from HCM City to Taiwan will depart at 2.05am every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. The return flights will depart from Taiwan at 10.10pm every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
With the introduction of the new flights, Vietnam Airlines will have a total of 11 flights per week on the HCM City-Taiwan route and 25 flights between HCM City and Singapore. All flights will be Airbus A321 with four-star international levels.
On June 30, the carrier will launch a special promotional programme, in which the return ticket between HCM City and Singapore will cost VNĐ2.79 million and that between HCM City and Taiwan will cost VNĐ4.56 million (US$200), including taxes and fees.
Source: Vietnam News
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