Vietnam resumes five international flight destinations including the US

Vietnam’s Civil Aviation Administration has permitted the resumption of 5 worldwide flights among 9 to Cambodia, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, and the US starting from January 1, following the agreements with authorities to implement the government’s plan earlier this month.
Vietnam Airlines, with 4 flights per week to Cambodia, would be the first international flight on January 5, with Vietjet Air and All Nippon Airways already having confirmed their flights on January 6.
Flights from Japan won’t be able to operate as early as January 1 since Japanese agencies shall be closed for the New Year’s trip, and travellers won’t be able to be tested for Covid-19 in accordance with necessities.
Taiwan, then again, has agreed to the flight restoration plan however has requested that the variety of flights on every route in every direction is elevated to no less than 5 per week, rather than the 4 that Vietnam had planned with Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air, and Bamboo Airways.
Elusive will receive two Vietnam Airlines flights per week, while Vietnamjet Air will fly as quickly as every week.
For the US route, Vietnam Airlines will fly on an everyday schedule as it is the only airline that has been granted a license to take action.
On the other hand, South Korea, Laos, and China, however, have yet to reveal their plans, while Thailand has proposed additional dialogues and exchanges.
There will be 4 flights per week on each route in each direction in the course of the first section after it halts international flights in March 2020, and that quantity will be increased to seven after two weeks..

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