Vietnam’s newest airline, Bamboo Airways, will launch three international air routes later this month to anticipate the increasing demand for travel during the five-day holiday on the occasion of the Reunification Day on April 30 and Labour Day on May 1.
A tourism festival in Ho Chi Minh City under the theme “Happy Summer 2019” ended on April 14 with total sales of participating travel agencies reported at 120 billion VND (nearly 5.2 million USD) after four days.
VOV.VN - Vietnam's latest air carrier Bamboo Airways have launched a promotional program at the HCM City tourism festival which is underway at 23/9 Park.
Vietnam’s newest carrier Bamboo Airways said on April 5 that it will start operating charter flights to Japanese prefecture of Ibaraki during the Golden Week in Japan.
The lack of direct flights from Vietnam to global tourism hotspots is troubling local tour companies amid a rising demand for outbound travel.
VOV.VN - Following the Lunar New Year festival (Tet), both local and foreign airlines have opened a range of new air routes to tourist destinations across Vietnam with low-cost air tickets priced from VND149,000.
Five domestic airlines reported nearly 5,000 delayed or cancelled flights, accounting for 17 percent of the total operated flights, in the first two months of the year.
Vietnam’s newest carrier Bamboo Airways is carrying out its plan to conduct flights on 37-40 air routes in 2019 with the aim of expanding its network across Vietnam, according to General Director Dang Tat Thang.
The shortage of qualified pilots is getting more serious in Vietnam as more air carriers receive licenses to operate in the country.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong and President Donald Trump witnessed the signing of four cooperation agreements between Vietnam and the US with a total value of about 21 billion USD, in Hanoi on February 27.
Bamboo Airways, Vietnam’s newest carrier, signed a nearly-3-billion-USD contract to buy 10 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner wide-body jets with the US group on February 27.
Property developer FLC Group has sent documents to the Ministry of Transport and Government Office for their approval of its plan on studying the investment and building of passenger terminal T3 in Tan Son Nhat International Airport.
Vietnam’s new budget carrier Bamboo Airways has announced that it will launch three new air routes between Ho Chi Minh City-Vinh, Hanoi-Vinh, and Vinh-Buon Me Thuot, with at least seven round-trip flights per week from February 23.
Bamboo Airways, the newest Vietnamese airline, will add one more Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City round trip per day from February 3 to 13, said the carrier.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is likely to grant Vietnam category 1 status in the coming time, setting the stage for direct services between the two countries, Reuters has reported.
Bamboo Airways – the newest Vietnamese airline – launched an air route linking Ho Chi Minh City with the central province of Thanh Hoa on January 29, with the frequency of one flight per day.
The first commercial flight of Bamboo Airways officially took off at 6am on January 16.
Bamboo Airways, the fifth airline in Vietnam, will operate its first flight on January 16, according to the carrier.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) announced on January 8 that it has presented an Aircraft Operator Certificate (AOC) to Bamboo Airways, allowing the airline to begin commercial flights.
The past year has witnessed unbelievably impressive results for Vietnam’s tourism industry, with a record 15.6 million international visitors and 80 million domestic tourists, and total tourism revenue of VND620 trillion (US$26.95 billion).