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Flights from Ho Chi Minh City to Tuy Hoa increase for Tet

In Uncategorized on January 8, 2011 at 4:17 am

Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO) announced a plan to increase nine flights from Ho Chi Minh City to Tuy Hoa (Phu Yen Province) and back, during the Tet holiday.

The flights using the ATR72 airplane are scheduled for January 24, 25, 27,29,30,31 and February 1 and 3. So far, VASCO has operated one flight on this route per day.


The provincial authorities have just proposed to Vietnam Airlines to add 7 flights from Hanoi to Tuy Hoa for the Tet holiday. The route has currently five flights a week.


In related news, visitors to the Hoi An ancient town, increased substantially at the New Year, said the Hoi An Department of Commerce and Tourism on December 3.

Most hotels were ‘booked out’ and more than 4,000 tourists visited the UNESCO World Heritage site. Many tourists visited handicraft villages and local sightseeing areas.


 

Source: SGGP

More flights for Ho Chi Minh City – Tuy Hoa route

In Uncategorized on January 8, 2011 at 4:15 am




More flights for Ho Chi Minh City – Tuy Hoa route


QĐND – Thursday, January 06, 2011, 21:19 (GMT+7)

PANO – The Vietnam Air Services Company will increase, by 9, flights on the Ho Chi Minh City – Tuy Hoa route, said Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tri, Deputy Director of the Phu Yen Provincial Department of Transportation.


Accordingly, these additional flights will be launched on 24th, 25th, 27th, 30th and 31st of January, using the Aerospace ATR72, to meet the demands of passengers during the coming Tet holiday.


On this occasion, the southern province of Phu Yen has also asked the national flag carrier, Vietnam Airlines, to launch two more flights per week on the Ho Chi Minh City – Tuy Hoa route for tourists during the National Tourism Year held in Phu Yen and some other South Central provinces.


At present, there are only five flights per week on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday on the Ho Chi Minh City – Tuy Hoa route.


Translated by Duy Minh


Source: QDND