Vietnam airlines travel restrictions

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CORONAVIRUS: Check the current restrictions with your airline or by contacting the airport, taking into account your origin and destination. In case of international flights you can see the situation of each country in the International Map of the current restrictions of each country.

In addition to passport and visa, if you are planning to travel to Vietnam, either for business or tourism, we recommend you to review the following information: International Airports – Airport Security Regulations – Baggage Allowance and Weight Limits – Most Visited Cities – Driving in Vietnam – Electricity Power – Time Slots – Business Hours – National Holidays – Weights and Measures – Standards of Etiquette and Business Practices – Traveling to and from Vietnam – Traveling to and from Vietnam – Traveling to and from Vietnam.

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Vietnam Airlines Executive Vice President and Sabre Vice President, Regional General Manager, Asia Pacific, Travel Solutions Agency Sales, and Mr. Rakesh Narayanan at Vietnam Airlines headquarters in Hanoi.

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Fortunately, more and more countries in Asia are open to travel despite the coronavirus. Vietnam has not lagged behind and, after a partial opening in previous months, decided to open its borders to everyone on March 15, 2022.

Fortunately, the harsh wave of infections caused by the Omicron variant has almost completely subsided in the country. This is causing that the harsh restrictions seen a few months ago are no longer in place.

Something to keep in mind is that, when you leave Vietnam, you will have to wait at least 30 days to be able to enter the country again and get another 15 days of visa extension. In case you want to make several entries or want to stay longer continuously, you have to apply for a visa in advance. This can be done at a Vietnamese embassy or consulate abroad or online, this is known as eVisa.

The eVisa of Vietnam allows you a single entry to the country (if you leave, it is invalidated) and a stay not exceeding 30 consecutive days. The most economical is to process it directly through the official portal and forget about intermediary agencies. It costs 25$ and it takes 3 working days to get it.

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The first flight in months, coded VN631, departed HCM City for Jakarta at around 9:40 am, with 144 passengers on board; and the return flight took off from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport at 1:50 pm with 171 passengers.

The head of Vietnam Airline’s representative office in Indonesia, Nguyen Minh Toan made it known that there is a great demand for travel between Vietnam and Indonesia, and the resumption of the route between the two countries with three flights per week marks a start for the airline, before it can recover the flight frequency to seven per week as before the pandemic.

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