From here until October 2022, 9 airlines have been licensed to reopen flights to Da Nang, while two other airlines have also made plans and are waiting for flight permits.
All these flights connect Da Nang with destinations in Asia such as Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia or Cambodia. According to information from Da Nang International Terminal Investment and Operation Joint Stock Company, some airlines open flights with a frequency of 2-3 days a week and some airlines reopen flights daily.
T’way Air and Jin Air airlines have been licensed from early May to reopen commercial flights between Da Nang and Incheon and Daegu (South Korea) with a frequency of 2 days a week. From June 2022, Korean Air will open daily flights from Incheon to Da Nang.
Meanwhile, Jeju Air plans to open daily flights from Incheon to Da Nang from May 2 to October 30 and is waiting for a permit to fly. Jeju Air is one of two airlines waiting for a license to fly to Da Nang, alongside Hong Kong Express Airways with daily flights from Hong Kong to Da Nang from May 8.
On the occasion of King Hung’s recent birthday, Da Nang’s tourism industry organized to welcome the return of Jetstar Asia Airlines after 2 years of suspension due to Covid-19.
Jetstar Asia airline will reopen two flights to Da Nang city every Tuesday and Sunday to meet the increasing demand of tourists who want to come to this destination.
Mr Bara Pasupathi, CEO of Jetstar Asia, said that as restrictions on international travel are increasingly relaxed, the airline considers it very important to facilitate international travel. He therefore expects a rapid recovery in travel demand and customer confidence.
According to tourism companies, flights from traditional markets in Asian countries are a good signal for Da Nang and the central region to gradually restore operations to serve international guests. However, to operate these flights regularly and with many passengers, companies need to relax policies and more benefits from both the city and central government.
@ Saigon Times