Danang To Welcome First International Flights At The End Of This March
Danang, a well-known tourism hub in Central Vietnam to fully reopen aviation post Covid with the two first international commercial flights from Singapore and Thailand on March 27th after nearly two years of closure.
To boost tourism and economic recovery post Covid pandemic, authorities in Danang decided to resume all international flight routes to and from the city in late March.
Passengers arrive at Da Nang airport - Photo: @mix_dejj
Danang International Airport will firstly welcome the flight from Singapore operated by Singapore Airlines and another flight from Bangkok by Thai Vietjet scheduled on March 27th. Other flight routes Kuala Lumpur - Danang and Bangkok - Danang run by Air Asia will be reopened on April 1st. The flight route Singapore - Danang operated by Jetstar Asia is also expected to reopen on April 10th.
With all efforts, Danang attempts to recover the pre-pandemic aviation level with 31 international flights this year.
Vietnam already fully reopened for inbound tourism on March 15th and allowed foreign tourists to enter Vietnam without quarantine. The visa exemption policy for 13 countries was also resumed.
To adapt to the drastic surge in tourism, the low-cost Vietjet Air, one of the three dominant aviation carriers in Vietnam to launch 7 new international flight routes from Danang to South Korea, Singapore, and India next month.
Hai Van Pass between Thua Thien Hue Province and Danang City has recently been listed as one of the 10 most thrilling drives in Asia by the Canadian travel site The Travel.
The new high-speed boat service connecting Danang City and Ly Son Island officially set sail on Tuesday, March 30th.