Vietnam Air services to central region normal

Vietnam Airlines is expecting to resume all daily flights to central Vietnam on Wednesday after it has canceled 34 flights to certain airports due to downpours over the past days in the region.

The national flag carrier said it aborted four services to and from Dong Hoi on Tuesday and transported stranded passengers by road from the airport in Quang Binh Province to Hue, which is also in central Vietnam.

From October 15 to 18, Vietnam Airlines canceled 28 flights to and from Vinh and two from and to Chu Lai due to torrential rains and fog at these airports. Bad weather also forced Vietnam's low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific to divert its two HCMC-Vinh flights to Noi Bai airport in Hanoi on October 17 and 18.

However, things have changed positively in the central airports as Jetstar Pacific told the Daily on Tuesday that its daily flights to and from Vinh returned to normal on Tuesday.

In addition to scheduled daily services, Vietnam Airlines also flew twice from Vinh to HCMC on Tuesday to transport stranded passengers. The airline said it would operate its flights to all airports in central Vietnam as usual because the weather there was forecast to have improved and it was safe for aircraft to land and take off.

Both Vietnam Airlines and Jestar Pacific said they were keeping a close eye on Typhoon Megi as this super storm may affect their flights. They called for passengers to check the latest information on their websites and at booking offices.



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