Vietnam Airlines Resumes Regular Flights to Europe from January 24 and to Russia from January 29 | Business

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Hanoi (VNA) – The national carrier Vietnam Airlines announced on January 21 its intention to resume scheduled flights between Vietnam and Russia, the United Kingdom, France and Germany.

As a result, the first flights will depart next week, starting January 24. The final operation plan will depend on the approval of the authorities and will be updated by Vietnam Airlines to passengers in case of change.

The carrier plans to resume regular flights between Hanoi and Moscow with one flight per week, with the first departure scheduled for January 29. From February 8, flights from Hanoi to Moscow will depart every Friday and vice versa on Saturdays.

For the remaining destinations in Europe, on January 24, Vietnam Airlines plans to operate the first scheduled flight from Hanoi to London, which will transit through Paris and then return to Hanoi.

On January 27, the airline will continue to operate the first scheduled flight between Hanoi and Frankfurt.

From February 8, the schedule of flights to the United Kingdom, France and Germany will be fixed on two routes. Flights on the first route depart every Tuesday from Hanoi to London, via Frankfurt and back to Hanoi, while those on the second depart every Thursday from Hanoi to Paris, via Frankfurt and back to Hanoi.

The national carrier also advises passengers to inquire about and ensure they comply with immigration regulations at their destination, such as medical declaration, COVID-19[female[feminine screening, vaccination or recovery status./.



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