Vietnam Airlines has planned to offer regular flights between Hanoi and Moscow (Russia) with one flight per week. The first flight is expected to come on January 29.
From February 8, flights from Hanoi to Moscow will depart every Friday and from Moscow to Hanoi on Saturday.
As for the remaining destinations in Europe, Vietnam Airlines plans to make the first regular flight from Hanoi to London via Paris and then back to Hanoi on January 24.
On January 27, the airline will launch the first regular flight between Hanoi and Frankfurt.
From February 8, the flight schedule to the UK, France and Germany will be fixed according to two routes.
The first route departs every Tuesday from Hanoi to London, via Frankfurt and back to Hanoi. The second route departs every Thursday from Hanoi to Paris, via Frankfurt and back to Hanoi.
All flights between Vietnam and Europe use wide-body aircraft such as Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 so that passengers can have the most comfortable long-haul flight experience.
The frequency of regular international routes to France, Germany, the UK, and Russia could be expanded to 10 flights per week for one-way tickets applicable to all airlines of each side for each respective market.
Seven countries and territories have basically agreed with Vietnam's proposal on a plan to resume regular international routes, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).