Vietnam Airlines has confirmed that it will
operate one-way flights between Vietnam and Japan from 18 September.
The flights will serve the increasing needs of
passengers wishing to work, study and stay in Japan.
Flights from Hanoi to Narita Airport (Tokyo) will
depart at 23:45 on 18, 25 and 30 September.
Flights from Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) to Narita will
depart at 00:01 on 30 September.
Vietnam Airlines will operate the flights with
Boeing 787 aircraft.
The entire crew will undergo health checks and
remain in quarantine upon flight completion as per current
regulations. All areas of the aircraft operated for these flights
(the crew compartments, passenger cabins, and cargo holds, etc.)
will be thoroughly sprayed with disinfectants meeting
international health standards.
The airline also plans to resume return flights
from Japan to Vietnam, pending actual disease developments and the
approval from the relevant authorities. In addition, Vietnam
Airlines is building a plan to resume flights to Korea, China,
Taiwan (China), Laos, and Cambodia in the near future.