Vietnam Airlines’s Airbus A350 used on HCM City-Shanghai route hinh anh 1Vietnam Airlines' A350 aircraft (Photo:VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) Customers of the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines can enjoy top-notch services when flying from Ho Chi Minh City to Shanghai (China) after the airline rolled out its new A350-900 aircraft for the route on March 28.

The flight VN532, which left Ho Chi Minh City at 12:45 (local time), landed safely in Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport on the day.

According to Vietnam Airlines, the official operation of the top-class plane aims to meet increasing demand between the two destinations, while affirming the carrier’s excellent image in China.

To mark the occasion, Vietnam Airlines are offering promotional fares for business-class services. Round-trip tickets from 12,375,000 VND (550 USD) are available for sale from April 1 and are applied to all flights departing from April 16 and returning before April 30.

The airline is providing 14 trips to Shanghai every week, seven of which depart from Hanoi and the remaining from Ho Chi Minh City.

Previously, the carrier operated the A350 aircraft on the Hanoi/Ho Chi Minh City-Paris and Hanoi-Seoul routes.-VNA