Vietjet to resume international flights end-September

Xuan Thinh Thursday | 09/17/2020 10:51

Photo: Vietjet Air

Vietnam’s budget air carrier Vietjet Air has announced to re-operate regular flights to Japan, Korea and Taiwan (China) end of September.

The country has marked 15th day without new community-transmitted infections while some countries have also controlled the pandemic well.

The carrier’s decision was made after the Government allowed to gradually resume international flights between Vietnam and some countries.

Vietjet plans to reopen international flight to Tokyo (Japan), Seoul (Korea) and Taipei (Taiwan, China) from September 29, according to a statement posted on its website.

Accordingly, the frequency of flights from Ho Chi Minh City to Tokyo (Narita, Japan) will be one every Tuesday; Ho Chi Minh City - Seoul (Incheon, South Korea) once every Wednesday; Hanoi - Taipei (Taoyuan, Taiwan, China) once every Thursday.

Passengers leaving Vietnam are required to have a negative certificate for Covid-19 issued within three days before commencing their flight and comply with the mandatory medical quarantine requirements of the host country.

In addition, Vietjet continues to carry out rescue flights to bring back people around the world as well as transport goods, necessities, and medical equipment to support epidemic prevention .

To ensure community health safety and prevent epidemics, Vietjet said it has strengthened its coordination in disease prevention and control, strictly controlled health check procedures for passengers and flight crews before and after.

All Vietjet flights comply with the highest safety standards of authorities, World Health Organization (WHO) and the Association. International Air Transport (IATA) ensures the health and safety of passengers, crew and the community, the carrier stated.

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