Vietnam takes over five international flight destinations including the United States
Vietnam’s Civil Aviation Administration has approved the resumption of five out of nine international flights to Cambodia, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and the United States from January 1, following agreements with authorities to implement implemented the government’s plan earlier this month.
Vietnam Airlines, with four flights per week to Cambodia, will be the first international flight on January 5, with Vietjet Air and All Nippon Airways having already confirmed their flights on January 6.
Flights from Japan will not be able to operate as of January 1 as Japanese agencies will be closed for the New Year’s holidays, and travelers will not be able to get tested for Covid-19 in accordance with requirements.
Taiwan, on the other hand, agreed to the flight restoration plan but demanded that the number of flights on each route in each direction be increased to at least five per week, instead of the four that Vietnam had planned with Vietnam Airlines. , Vietjet Air and Bamboo Airways.
Singapore will receive two Vietnam Airlines flights per week, while Vietnamjet Air will fly once per week.
For the US route, Vietnam Airlines will fly on a regular schedule as it is the only airline to have been licensed to do so.
In contrast, South Korea, Laos and China have yet to unveil their plans, while Thailand has offered additional dialogues and exchanges.
There will be four flights per week on each route in each direction during the first phase after international flights cease in March 2020, and this number will increase to seven after two weeks.
THE SOURCE: Khmer time