Airlines resume domestic routes hinh anh 1A plane of Bamboo Airways (Photo: VNA)


Hanoi (VNA) – Domestic airlines have announced their plans to reopen many domestic routes after a halt triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The newest carrier Bamboo Airways will resume the Hai Phong - Quy Nhon route from September 28 with a round trip per day.

Air routes linking Vinh with Da Lat and Hai Phong with Buon Ma Thuot will see four round trips per week, while three round trips will be operated a week on the Vinh - Buon Ma Thuot and Hai Phong - Pleiku routes.

Two airways connecting Hai Phong with Da Nang and Can Tho will be resumed from October 5, along with the Da Nang - Phu Quoc route.

The airline’s flights connecting Can Tho with Hanoi, Vinh, Da Nang and Quy Nhon are set to take to the skies one week later.

Meanwhile, national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines recently announced to reopen six domestic routes from Hai Phong to Da Lat, Nha Trang and Buon Ma Thuot; from Da Nang to Da Lat and Buon Ma Thuot; and from Hai Phong to Da Nang at the start of next month.

A representative of the airline said it will resume other domestic routes in the coming time to help recover business operation and contribute to realising the Government’s dual goals./.