Asia’s largest low-cost airline AirAsia has announced it will expand operation in Vietnam with more flights from Southeast Asian nations to the central coastal city of Vietnam.
The airline launched a route to Da Nang earlier this year and is planning to expand its operations in Vietnam by operating more flights between Vietnam and other regional cities. It considers Vietnam a potential market that is promising for many airlines thanks to the continually rising number of international tourists to the land.
AirAsia has been known as the region’s largest low-fare, no-frills and a pioneer of low-cost travel in Asia. It is operating long-distance flights from Malaysia to China, Japan, NewZealand, the Republic of Korea and Australia.