Six countries and territories agree to reopen flights with Vietnam

Six countries and territories – the United States, Japan, Singapore, Cambodia, the Republic of Korea and China’s Taiwan – agreed to resume air routes to Vietnam, according to information published by the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.

In order to meet travel the demand of international visitors, especially overseas Vietnamese returning home for Tet, the Ministry of Transports has proposed the Government instruct relevant ministries, sectors to handle procedures relating to COVID-10 prevention and control works on international arrivals, including RT-PRC test, health declaration and vaccine passport.

Besides, the CAAV is negotiating with the aviation authorities of France, Germany, Russia, and Australia to reopen international routes to these markets with a frequency of seven flights per week./.