Royal Brunei Airlines celebrates return to Ho Chi Minh City

first_imgRoyal Brunei Airlines is celebrating after the return of the Ho Chi Minh service that started again last week.The airline originally made plans to resume flights to Ho Chi Minh City in July this year, after popular demand from customers for the service was clear.With a frequency of four times a week, the service started Friday, 17 October 2014, the service allows Australian travelers to go from Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh via Brunei.Ho Chi Minh City is famous for its attractive tourist entrepreneurial landmarks and Royal Brunei hopes that this new route will boost passenger numbers.Royal Brunei’s deputy chairman, Dermot Mannion said in July that the new route is aimed to develop and increase connectivity for our markets.“Ho Chi Minh City has emerged a frontrunner in providing connections for key markets from Melbourne, Dubai and London, we are delighted to include Ho Chi Minh City, an exciting holiday and business destination, into our network,” Mr Mannion said.The return of Royal Brunei to Ho Chi Minh City will create more holiday options for the travelling Bruneians, and also make for easier connectivity between key destinations to Brunei and onwards to Ho Chi Minh City.The four weekly flights to Ho Chi Minh will be operated by an Airbus A319 for flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays while on Sundays the flight will be operated by an Airbus A320.Source = ETB News: Lewis Wisemanlast_img

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