Vietnam will resume full international flights from February 15

2022-06-14 0 By

Vietnam will resume full international flights from February 15, the deputy director general of Vietnam’s Civil Aviation Authority said on February 13.Vietnam’s deputy minister of Transport Le Jung-Gon ordered the Vietnam Aviation Authority to hold talks with aviation authorities to resume international flights, Vietnam News Agency reported Thursday.He said that the number of these flights will be gradually increased in line with the principle of safety, flexibility and effective control of the epidemic, and favorable conditions will be created for personnel exchanges on the basis of observing regulations on medical observation of inbound passengers.”Vietnam will lift restrictions on international flights from February 15, and the frequency of flights will be restored to pre-COVID-19 levels,” Dinh Viet Son, deputy director of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam, was quoted by Reuters as saying by state-run media Tuoi Tre on February 13.Vietnam has gradually resumed international flights to Europe, Australia, the United States and other destinations since the beginning of this year, while relaxing quarantine requirements, requiring vaccinated passengers to self-quarantine for only three days after entering the country.The head of Vietnam’s aviation authority said international flights should resume as early as possible, no later than March 30, according to the prime minister’s instructions, Viet Nam news agency reported.Nearly 98 percent of Vietnam’s 98 million people have received at least two doses of the vaccine, according to official data.(This article is from thepaper.cn. For more original news, please download thepaper.cn APP.)