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    Flag carrier to launch HCMC – Dong Hoi route in early July
    16:33 | 15/06/2009
     

    The Dong Hoi Airport. Photo: TTO

    The Quang Binh People’s Committee has signed a deal with the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines (VNA) to open a flight route connecting Ho Chi Minh City and Dong Hoi (Quang Binh), aiming to operate Dong Hoi Airport effectively.

    Accordingly, there are three flights departing from HCMC to Dong Hoi on Sunday, Wednesday, and Saturday every week, and vice versa.

    Fokker 70 or ATR 72 aircraft will be used for this route, with a carriage capacity of 60-70 passengers a flight. The airfare is being discussed by Quang Binh Province and Vietnam Airlines. The Dong Hoi Airport now welcomes three flights on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday every week from Hanoi, and vice versa.

     

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