Tourists are still banned from the Southeast Asian country
Taiwan resumes flights to Vietnam
A Taiwanese plane carrying 280 passengers landed at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi on Wednesday (November 25), its first flight since Vietnam halted passenger flights at the end March due to the coronavirus epidemic.
The passengers, including professionals, skilled workers and their families, were transported to locations in 15 provinces for quarantine over 14 days. Currently, tourists are still banned from visiting this country.
Over the past months, Taiwanese businessmen wishing to travel to Southeast Asia can only take charter flights arranged by Taiwan’s representative office in Vietnam.
The flight is operated by leading Taiwanese airline China Airlines (CAL), which has a schedule of two to three flights per week from Taoyuan to Hanoi from December 6 to March 27, 2021. how to capitalize on expected demand as Taiwanese companies relocate their production facilities from China to Vietnam.
EVA Air will operate one Taoyuan-Hanoi flight per week from 23 December to 31 March.
The two leading national airlines are also offering flights between Dao Vien and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s largest city and economic hub. CAL will operate the service with one to two flights per week from December 17 to March 27, while EVA Air will provide one to two flights per week from 1 January to 31 March.
Those intending to travel from Taiwan to Vietnam for business purposes must obtain a permit from the immigration and health authorities of Vietnam before purchasing a ticket.