There will be four flights per week using their fleet of Airbus A321 planes. Flights will depart from Cam Ranh Airport at 9.35pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday, while flights from Incheon Airport will take off at 6.20am (local time) on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday.
A representative from Vietnam Airlines says this is the fourth air route launched by the national carrier to link Vietnam with Seoul, after opening routes between Hanoi/HCM City/Da Nang and Seoul.
Establishing this new route is an important step in implementing the cooperation agreement on trade, tourism, and aviation promotion signed by Khanh Hoa provincial People’s Committee and Vietnam Airlines in October 2017, he says.
To mark the occasion, the carrier will offer discounts for the route, with return tickets bought from now to April 30 priced from VND5.29 million (excluding fees and taxes) for flights departing between March 25 and April 30.
As a further promotion, Gold Lotus members flying the Nha Trang to Seoul route from March 25 to April 25 will earn between 1,000-2,000 bonus miles.
For detailed information, passengers can access www.vietnamairlines.com, http://www.facebook.com/VietnamAirlines or call 1900 1100.