Vietnam is all set to resume international flights from 15 December. The country's transport ministry issued a notification to all carriers regarding the resumption of flights carrying international passengers to Vietnam.

When almost every country has imposed several restrictions due to the ongoing Omicron Variant of novel coronavirus, this country has announced the reopening for tourism.

Officials say that the resumption of flights will be done in two phases.

The first phase will take two weeks, and will connect flights between Vietnam and highly secure destinations such as Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei, Bangkok, Beijing, Vientiane, Singapore, Phnom Penh and San Francisco or Los Angeles. The flights will connect to the international airports of Noi Bai in Hanoi, Vietnam and Tan Son Nhat in Ho Chi Minh City.

In that, a total of four flights per week for each side, and about 14000 passengers per week are expected to go to Vietnam.

An in second phase, Vietnam's Ministry of Transport has also proposed flights to other destinations such as Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Paris, Frankfurt, Sydney and Moscow. On the other hand, other international airports in Vietnam, such as Da Nang, Phu Quoc, Van Don and Cam Ranh are also proposed to host flights in the second phase of the resumption of flights.

While entering in Vietnam, quarantine rules are expected to be gradually lifted for those who have been fully vaccinated, or have recovered from the disease, or have a negative test report for COVID 19.


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