VOV.VN - Budget airlines Vietjet Air and Bamboo Airways have recently resumed several international air routes in order to meet the increasing demand for travel among people both in Vietnam and abroad.
Vietjet Air will resume the Da Nang - Bangkok route from March 27, and increase the weekly flight frequency of the existing Ho Chi Minh City - Bangkok route to six this month.
Thai Vietjet, a member of Vietjet Air, plans to expand its flight network by launching the Bangkok - Phnom Penh route as from March 16.
Meanwhile, Bamboo Airways has also opened ticket sales for regular direct flights to Europe on the Hanoi – Frankfurt route from February 25 and the Hanoi – London route as of March 22.
The airline is due to operate two round-trip flights per week on each route, and will consider increasing the frequency according to demand.
It has also finalised procedures to launch direct flights to other European destinations such as Ho Chi Minh City - Frankfurt, Hanoi / Ho Chi Minh City - Berlin, as well as Hanoi / Ho Chi Minh City – Munich,
This year Bamboo Airways plans to expand its international flight network to 40 destinations of all continents around the world.
It’s the right time to fully tap into international routes in order to meet the rising demand for travel and accelerate economic recovery moving into the post-pandemic period, according to representatives of local airlines.