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Vietnam To Reopen For International Travel
Vietnam International Flights Update
Vietnam To Reopen For International Travel- Vietnam Airlines is reopening regular international flights carrying passengers in both directions as planned.
Director of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (VN) Dinh Viet Thang has just sent a document to Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air; Pacific Airlines; Bamboo Airways; Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV), and Airport Authority of the North and South on the reopening of regular international flights carrying passengers in both directions.
Accordingly, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam proposes airlines, in addition to the currently licensed flights, to submit an application to the Department and the aviation authorities of the relevant countries/territories for consideration and issuance with 9 routes and frequency per week as follows:
- Route Hanoi/HCMC-Tokyo: 4 flights.
- Hanoi-Seoul route: 4 flights
- Hanoi/HCMC- Taipei (Taiwan) route: 4 flights;
- Route Hanoi/HCMC- Beijing/Guangzhou (China): 4 flights;
- Hanoi/HCMC-San Francisco/Los Angeles (USA): 4 flights;
- Hanoi/HCMC-Bangkok (Thailand) route: 4 flights;
- Hanoi/HCMC- Singapore route 4 flights.
- Hanoi/HCMC-Vientiene (Laos) route: 4 flights.
- Hanoi/HCMC-Phnom Penh (Cambodia): 4 flights.
Travel Updates and Restrictions
For each flight licensed to operate under the above plan, airlines are responsible for organizing checks to ensure that passengers before boarding flights into Vietnam have completed epidemic prevention requirements.
Specifically: Must have a certificate of negative test result for SARS-CoV-2 before entering Vietnam; vaccination certificate/vaccine passport or certificate of recovery from Covid-19 disease (specified in document No. 10688/BYT-MT dated December 16, 2021, of the Ministry of Health on the prevention and control of Covid-19 epidemic) for immigrants).
Passengers who have not had enough vaccinations or have not been certified to be cured will have to have a certificate of eligibility for facilities and equipment to ensure medical isolation at home (specified in Document No. 5599/BYT- MT dated 14-7-2021) of the Ministry of Health or confirmed to have booked a hotel for at least 7 days according to the list published by the locality of eligibility for isolation.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam requires the Airport Authority of the North and the South to notify the above contents to state management agencies at Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat international airports; ACV arranges adequate premises, equipment, and resources to meet the smooth deployment of the two-way passenger flights as mentioned above.
Before that, airlines in Vietnam including Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air; Pacific Airlines; Bamboo Airways also announced their tentative plan to reopen international routes from January 1, 2022.
Vietnam International Flight Tickets
The government’s reopening of regular international routes, allowing regular operation of international flights from January 1, 2022, is assessed to help airlines reduce costs greatly, proactively building schedules for international flights.
Reopen the regular international routes, costs will be reduced by airlines, which is the basis for low fare adjustment. In addition, the exemption from concentrated isolation for guests who have had 2 full doses of vaccines with negative test results also reduces costs for passengers when they do not have to be isolated in concentrated isolation.
Thus, passengers will have more opportunities to return to Vietnam when there are many flights according to suitable options. So you can check the international flight schedule of Vietnam Airlines. to know exactly the flight details as well as prices.
Covid-19 Protection Advices
The Vietnamese government officially declared COVID-19 as an epidemic on February 1, with authorities taking swift and strict measures against this virus.
All the Vietnamese businesses, residential accommodations, and restaurants have set up their own preventative solutions to keep themselves and tourists safe.
Due to the pandemic, tourists must monitor restrictions and comply with advisories issued by the local and Vietnamese governments.
Tourists totally can update the epidemic following The Vietnamese Ministry of Health here.
Plus, basic precautions that you can take to reduce their risk to the coronavirus as advised by the World Health Organization (WHO) are:
- Wash your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub.
- Cover nose and mouth with tissues or inside of elbow when coughing or sneezing.
- Always wearing masks in the public areas.
- Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.
- Avoid unprotected contact with wildlife or farm animals.