South Korean carrier resumes flights to Da Nang

South Korean carrier resumes flights to Da Nang

Korean Air’s passenger planes are parked on the tarmac at Incheon Worldwide Airport in Incheon, South Korea, March 24, 2020. Photoo by Reuters/Heo Ran

South Korea’s greatest provider Korean Air Wednesday restarted its Incheon – Da Nang Metropolis service after over two years of suspension as a result of Covid-19.

On Wednesday night time a flight carrying 200 vacationers landed at Da Nang Worldwide Airport in central Vietnam.

There might be two weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays till July 27 when the provider plans to make it a day by day service.

“South Korea is among the largest tourism markets for Da Nang and the resumption of the Incheon-Da Nang service is a optimistic signal for tourism restoration,” Nguyen Xuan Binh, deputy head of the town’s tourism division stated.

In 2019, the 12 months earlier than the onset of the pandemic, Da Nang acquired 1.7 million vacationers from South Korea.

Vietnam has allowed free-quarantine entry for all international arrivals since March 15 and resumed the visa exemption for South Koreans.

It has additionally eliminated Covid testing necessities.