HCMC –Singapore-based low-cost airline Jetstar Asia has resumed air services to the central city of Danang, after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid pandemic.
Following the removal of travel restrictions between Vietnam and Singapore, Jetstar Asia decided to reopen two weekly flights to Danang on Tuesdays and Sundays to meet the rising travel demand from passengers.
Nguyen Thi Hoai An, director of the Center for Tourism Promotion in Danang, hailed the efforts of Jetstar Asia in restoring the Singapore-Danang route after Vietnam fully reopened its border on March 15.
To celebrate the occasion, Jetstar Asia will offer special deals with tickets priced at 95 Singaporean dollars each, or around VND1.6 million, for flights scheduled between April 19 and November 22 this year.
The carrier launched its air services to the coastal city of Danang in November 2015. It had transported over 200,000 passengers between Singapore and Danang before halting its service from March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.