Emirates adds more flights from Viet Nam

Saturday, Jun 25, 2022 18:56

Emirates is now increasing its frequency daily from Ha Noi and six times weekly from HCM City to Dubai and beyond. — Photo courtesy of Emirates

Travellers from Viet Nam headed to Europe and the US this summer can enjoy more connectivity, flexibility and choices as Emirates is adding more frequency from both Ha Noi (HAN) and HCM City (SGN) starting from June 24, 2022.

Since Viet Nam reopened its border for foreign tourists in March 2022, Emirates has gradually increased the weekly frequency on both routes from HCM City and Ha Noi, offering travellers from Viet Nam more convenience as well as a safe and seamless connection to Dubai and onward to Emirates’ global network of over 130 destinations.

Starting from June 24, Emirates will boost its frequency from Ha Noi to daily flights. From June 24 to 30, Emirates flight EK394 will depart Dubai at 3:30am, arriving in Ha Noi at 1:15pm, while on its return leg, Emirates flight EK395 will depart Ha Noi at 12:25am, arriving in Dubai at 4 am.

From July 5, Emirates will make a small modification on the operation time of the return flight in which the flight EK395 will depart Ha Noi at 1:30am and arrive in Dubai 5:05am.

The frequency to HCM City will also increase from five to six weekly flights from July 1. Emirates flight EK392 will depart Dubai International Airport at 9:30am, arriving at Tan Son Nhat International Airport at 8am, while the return flight EK393 will depart HCM City at 11:55pm and arrive in Dubai at 4am on the next day. The airline is planning to increase the frequency to HCM City even more this July, considering the high demand for summer travel.

Flights from Viet Nam are operated with a two-class configured Boeing 777-300ER, which offers 42 seats in Business Class, 386 seats in Economy Class and up to 20 tonnes of cargo capacity, with generous free baggage allowance (up to 35kg in Economy Class and 40kg in Business Class).

Passengers can travel in peace of mind knowing that Emirates will continue to offer them seamless travel experiences to their desired destinations with contactless technology and the IATA Travel Pass across most of its global network. All passengers must meet the specific travel requirements of their destination. — VNS

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