Bamboo Airways opens regular flights to South Korea from October
Oct 25, 2019
In order to meet the demand of flying to Korea on the upcoming peak season, Bamboo Airways opens flights to Incheon (Seoul, South Korea) with a frequency of one round trip / day in October.
Since October 2019, Bamboo Airways will officially open a regular route, connecting key cities of Vietnam with Seoul, South Korea. This is an attractive opportunity for passengers wishing to fly to the land of kimchi, especially when Korea is entering the autumn - the best peak tourist season here.
Accordingly, this new route will open ticket sales in September 2019 with attractive prices and high quality flight experience. In addition to the free and checked baggage allowances, Passengers of Bamboo Aiways will be served hot meals on all flights.
Bamboo Airways will use Airbus A321 aircraft for this route, the departure time is expected to start from October 17th, 2019 with the frequency of one round trip/day.
Previously (April 2019), South Korea was one of the first countries chosen by Bamboo Airways to operate international routes in the form of charter flights. The flight routes Hanoi - Incheon, Hanoi - Jeju, Da Nang - Jeju have received the support and positive feedback from a large number of passengers, agents, Vietnam as well as international tour operators.
In addition, Bamboo Airways also cooperated with Pacific Air Agency Group to launch a general agency in Korea, as a premise for the process of promoting regular routes connecting Vietnam - Korea.
Bamboo Airways currently operates 26 domestic and international routes to Japan, South Korea and China (including Macao and Taiwan). It is expected that by the end of 2019, they will continue to expand its network of routes to 37-40 routes, including long routes connecting continents such as Asia, Europe, and the Americas, to meet the rising needs.
Source: Vietnam Sport Magazine