Wednesday, 9 September 2020

New international airline has plans for Australia

Bamboo Airways, a new Vietnamese carrier, has revealed  plans to open a direct regular route between Hanoi and Melbourne Tullamarine early next year using the wide-body aircraft Boeing 787-9.

The airline made the announcement after conducting its first flight to Australia last Sunday to carry nearly 300 Vietnamese workers and students home, Retail News Asia reported.
Nguyen Ngoc Trong, the deputy CEO of Bamboo Airways, said in a statement that Australia was one of the most important aviation markets for Vietnam.
The airline is preparing to operate international flights once the Covid-19 situation has been contained globally. It is eyeing in particular flights connecting Vietnam with destinations in Oceania, South-East Asia, and Asia.
For the remaining months of this year, Bamboo Airways will continue to operate charter flights to international destinations like South Korea, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, mainland China, Prague, and the US, Trong said.
The airline was launched in January last year and was operating 40 domestic and international routes before the pandemic struck Vietnam earlier this year. 

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