According to FLC Group – Bamboo Airways’ parent company, the Hanoi – Taipei (Taiwan – China) route is expected to be restored by Bamboo Airways from September 29, 2020 with a frequency of one flight per week, departing at 13:00 on every Tuesday.
The Hanoi – Seoul (Korea) route is expected to be restored from October 7 with a frequency of one flight per week by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner wide-body aircraft. The flight is scheduled to depart from Hanoi at 11:50 a.m every Wednesday.
The general extraction frequency is likely to increase gradually according to market demand. “The back-to-back passenger flights to Vietnam will be made after the official approval of the authorities”, Bamboo Airways said.
For new routes to Japan, Bamboo Airways is expected to put into operation the Ho Chi Minh City – Tokyo (Narita Airport) route from November 1, Hanoi – Tokyo route (Narita Airport) from December 2020. .
New route to the island nation of Singapore on the Hai Phong – Singapore route; to Australia on the Hanoi / HCMC – Melbourne route is expected to be put into operation in the fourth quarter of 2020; to the UK on the Hanoi / HCMC – London route; to Germany on the Hanoi / HCMC – Munich / Frankfurt route expected in the first quarter of 2021.
All long-haul and intercontinental flights will be operated by the most modern Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in Bamboo Airways’ fleet. Currently, FLC Group’s airline has three Dreamliners named Ha Long Bay, Sam Son Beach and Quy Nhon City. All three are wetly hired by Bamboo from abroad.
Bamboo Airways is committed to fully complying with the health regulations of the Ministry of Health, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam and relevant agencies.
On the same day of September 29 when the Hanoi – Taipei international route is expected to resume, Bamboo Airways plans to simultaneously open three routes from Hanoi, Vinh and Hai Phong to Con Dao (Ba Ria – Vung province). Ship).
Sharing at a recent event, Mr. Nguyen Manh Quan – Deputy General Director of Bamboo Airways said the opening of three routes to Con Dao is part of the post-epidemic recovery plan that Bamboo Airways used to “plot” in the Blocked month.
During the regular international flight time, “Bamboo Airways has exploited many overseas flights to rescue citizens from Europe, Northeast Asia and most recently Australia; in addition, there are also cargo flights including medical supplies such as cloth masks for international travel “, said Deputy General Director Nguyen Manh Quan.
According to the plan submitted to the Government by the Ministry of Transport, the restoration of international routes will apply to 6 countries and territories and is divided into two phases.
Phase 1 from September 15, Vietnam resumed regular flights with China, Japan, and South Korea. From September 22, flights with Taiwan (China), Cambodia, and Laos were restored.
Three airlines Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines and Vietjet Air are designated to re-join this international route, then expand for Bamboo Airways to join.
However, this afternoon, September 14, the Ministry of Transport said that the health agency is still finalizing plans, testing procedures, and medical isolation for groups of subjects permitted to enter. It is expected that the health agency will report to the COVID-19 Steering Committee for the prevention of the epidemic on September 17.
In addition, at present, ministries need to discuss and agree, clarify the conditions for entry into Vietnam for each subject to widely inform the concerned countries as well as to the concerned persons, wishing to enter Vietnam.
Therefore, the Ministry of Transport decided to delay the reconnection of the regular international route until after September 15.
The national airline Vietnam Airlines has announced the start of regular international flights since September 18, the fare including taxes and fees is from VND 10,194,000 / way.
Source: vietnambiz.vn – Translated by fintel.vn