At the end of July 2022, the first international flight carried tourists safely from Incheon (South Korea) to Da Lat, Lam Dong province after more than two years of suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to information from Korean Air, the charter flight from Incheon (South Korea) with number KE9475, transferring 141 passengers landed at 9:50 pm at Lien Khuong airport (Lam Dong) with the trip schedule of staying 5 days and 4 nights at Da Lat Palace and DuParc hotels for visiting and experiencing golf tours and tourist attractions in Da Lat city.
Right at the airport, all passengers and crew on the flight were given gifts and flowers as a welcome by the representatives of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Representatives of the Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of Lam Dong province give gifts and flowers to all passengers and crew on the flight.
This event not only marks the resumption of international flights that aims to implement the policy of connecting and recovering international tourists to Da Lat after the pandemic but also begins a new phase of positive development for the tourism industry of Da Lat-Lam Dong in the near future.
More recently, International and Vietnamese airlines are cooperating to increase the frequency of routes and open more new flights for serving travelers.
In particular, Vietjet Air and Vietnam Airlines have linked with two Indian airlines: IndiGo and India’s SpiceJet to resume flights between these two countries.
Especially from this July, Vietjet Air had access to operating air transport with more than 20 new routes from points in Vietnam such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, and Phu Quoc to new destinations in India such as Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Gaya and also increase the frequency of operations to Delhi and Mumbai.
In the case of South Korea, besides increasing frequency on routes from Seoul to destinations such as Hanoi and HCMC, Korean airlines such as Air Seoul, Air Busan, and Korean Air already have cooperated with Vietjet Air to gradually re-operate flights between Vietnam and Busan as well as between Korea and Da Nang and Nha Trang since June.
In the same way, from July there are 3 new routes from Hanoi, Da Nang, and Nha Trang operated by Vietjet Air to Kuala Lumpur, The Malaysian market.
At the same time, with the policy of welcoming passenger flights into China from authorities, Vietnam Airlines organized 2 flights per week to transfer passengers between the two countries.
Up to now, the international market is gradually recovering. However, the recovery rate is still low because of applying travel restriction policies to prevent the Covid-19 epidemic in many countries and regions, especially Northeast Asian countries.
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