Thang Long - Hanoi

Finnair extends network to Vietnam
03/05/2012 | 18:27:00
EMAIL PRINT Bookmark and Share SHARE Font Size A A A
The Finland-flagged airline, Finnair on May 3 announced its network expansion to Vietnam by opening representative offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

In Vietnam , Finnair is represented by its General Sales Agent – the East Sea Travel and Air Service Company.

Finnair cooperates with other airlines, such as Cathay Pacific, Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar, to carry passengers traveling from Vietnam via Bangkok , Singapore and Hong Kong to Finland and other destinations in Europe .

The expansion reflects the development of the airline in Asia , particularly in Southeast Asian markets.

Finnair operates routes linking 60 destinations in Europe and 11 destinations in Asia , using a fleet of more than 70 aircraft with an average age of 4-6 years.-VNA
COMMENTS
Your comments will be likely edited before publishing
Fullname
(*)  
Email
(*) 
Content
(*)
   
PM attends Lee Kuan Yew’s funeral
PM Nguyen Tan Dung attended the State funeral for former Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew on March 29.
Vietnam attends UN peacekeeping conference
Deputy Defence Minister Nguyen Chi Vinh led a Vietnamese delegation to the United Nations Chiefs of Defence Conference on March 27 and 28.
Vietnam, NZ look towards strategic partnership
Vietnam and New Zealand have agreed to intensify their comprehensive partnership.
Vietnamese woman wins L'Oreal-UNESCO
Tran Ha Lien Phuong was presented with L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talent award.
Vietnam, Australia agree to promote bilateral ties
Vietnam and Australia agreed on measures to promote the efficiency of their bilateral partnership.
RoK parliament leader visits Vietnam
Speaker of RoK’s National Assembly Chung Ui-Hwa arrived in Hanoi on Mar 17.
Vietnam, Australia intensify cooperation
The Australia visit by PM Nguyen Tan Dung on Mar 17-18 is expected to deepen comprehensive partnership.
Buon Ma Thuot Victory marked
A ceremony was held in Dak Lak on Mar. 10 to mark the 40th anniversary of Buon Ma Thuot Victory.

EMAIL PRINT Bookmark and Share SHARE Font Size A A A
Other websites:
Partners: