SEOUL (VNS)— Vietnam Airlines will launch a direct air route between central Da Nang City and the South Korean (Republic of Korea) city of Incheon on July 1.
Chief Representative of the carrier’s South Korean branch Cao Anh Son announced the plan in Seoul on Thursday on the sidelines of the 26th Korean World Tourism Forum.
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Using Airbus A321, the carrier will provide two-way direct flights on the route on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Last year, Vietnam Airlines’ South Korean branch catered for 640,000 passengers travelling between the two countries, accounting for 20 per cent of the carrier’s international passengers and up 6 per cent from 2011.-VNS