South Korean service set to begin flying to Vietnam

South Korean carrier set to start flying to Vietnam

An Air Premia’s plane. Picture courtesy of Air Premia

South Korean price range hybrid service Air Premia plans to make a foray into the Vietnamese market with a daily service between Seoul and Ho Chi Minh Metropolis beginning October.

The primary flight is scheduled to take off on October 6 and there can be 4 weekly flights, the service mentioned on its web site.

Tickets are on sale at 253,000 received (US$188.55) for one-way fare.

The service can be planning to begin a Seoul-Hanoi service early subsequent yr.

South Korea has despatched the very best variety of guests to Vietnam because the latter reopened its borders.

Within the first seven months of this yr Vietnam obtained 196,000 South Korean vacationers, or 20 % of all overseas arrivals.