Nok Air of Thailand to resume air routes to Vietnam in July

VOV.VN - Thai low-cost airline Nok Air is set to resume flights from Bangkok to destinations across Vietnam from July following a long hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nok Air Vietnam that had operated direct flights from Thailand to Vietnam since 2015 is planning to re-open the route from Bangkok (Thailand) to Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) with an expected frequency of seven round-trip flights each week, starting from July.

The airline has recently appointed Flyone as its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Vietnam. Under the terms of the agreement, Flyone will be the official partner on behalf of Nok Air to sell the airline’s products, provide reservation services, and take care of customers in Vietnam.

Ho Huynh Nhu Y, chief representative of Nok Air in Vietnam, said the Flyone appointment is part of the airline’s strategy which seeks to restructure its international flight network in Southeast Asia, and Vietnam remains one of its most important markets in the region due to its impressive annual growth rate.

Flyone is a supplier of aviation products and services both domestically and internationally and is also the official agent of Vietnam Airlines, Jetstar Pacific, Vietjet Air, and other international airlines.

Nok Air, based in Bangkok, features a fleet of Boeing 737-800 and Dash 8 Q400 which specialises in exploiting domestic routes in Thailand and international routes across the Asia-Pacific region.

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