Vietnam Airlines increases number of flights to Korea

The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines (VNA) will increase the number of flights from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi to South Korea from October 28.

Accordingly, VNA will add four more flights a week on the HCMC-Incheon route and five flights a week on the Hanoi-Pusan route. The national airline is currently operating seven flights a week on these two routes.

VNA is the only airlines in the country that has direct flights from Vietnam to Incheon and Pusan right now on Airbus 320, 321 and 330.

The national flag carrier has offered a discount of 22-25 percent on the HCMC-Incheon route for passengers who buy tickets at least 14 and seven days before departure.

VNA has also launched a promotional price for Korean passengers travelling from HCMC to Incheon from now until March 2014. The airline is offering 36 percent discount on tickets booked at least 14 days before departure.

By My Hanh – Translated by Kim Khanh

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