Nha Trang Airport (NHA)
Cam Ranh International Airport is located on Nguyen Tat Thanh Street, Cam Ranh City, about 35km from Nha Trang City.
The airport serves a huge number of around 10 million passengers both domestically and internationally (mostly Russians) to Khanh Hoa Province and neighboring regions in South Central Vietnam.
This is the only airport that has the number of international passengers outweighs that of domestic ones. The airport has 2 separated terminals: domestic terminal (T1) and international terminal (T2).
Nha Trang Airport projected expansion
The domestic terminal opens flights to Da Nang, Hanoi, Hai Phong, Ho Chi Minh City, Vinh, and Can Tho served by all four domestic airlines in Vietnam: Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines, VietJet Air, Bamboo Airways.
On the other hand, the international terminal provides flights to many countries over the world, especially Russia. Popular international airline brands are Korean Air, Bangkok Airways, Vladivostok Airlines, and Nordwind Airlines. However, most of those flight routes currently have been closed temporarily.
Like most other provincial airports in Vietnam, Nha Trang airport is small and easy to navigate. Its first floor is filled with ticket booth, money exchange stall, mall cafeterias and souvenir shops. The second floor has departure and arrival halls, where passengers' waiting hall are located. The food option is rather limited at this airport, therefore it is recommended that you have your main meals before leaving the city.
From Nha Trang Airport to city center
From Nha Trang City, you can take bus No.18 from Nha Trang City to Cam Ranh International Airport or the airport buses at 86 Tran Phu, Nha Trang City.
Besides, taxi is a more convenient and available option with the price from 300.000 - 350.000 VND/ one way.
Getting To Nha Trang - Air, Road and Train
Nha Trang is easily accessible from both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Getting to Nha Trang by Train
Although not the most popular, train travel to Nha Trang is a unique way to experience both the coastal city and the changing landscape of Vietnam from north to south (or vice versa).