HCMC – Vietnam Airlines and Thien Minh Group, in collaboration with the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan, held a seminar on June 3 on promotion of Vietnam’s aviation and tourism services in Japan.
The seminar was aimed to give updates on Vietnam’s aviation and tourism incentives to representatives of more than 50 companies and media organizations related to aviation and tourism in Japan.
The seminar in Tokyo was part of Vietnam Airlines’ series of events in Japan to welcome back tourists to Vietnam this year.
After this seminar, Vietnam Airlines is attending the annual Vietnam Festival in Japan from June 4 to 5. On June 6, the national flag carrier and Thien Minh will organize another aviation and travel promotion event in Osaka, Japan.
Japan is one of the key markets for Vietnam’s aviation and tourism. According to data of Vietnam Airlines, before the Covid-19 pandemic, Japan was among the top three international markets for Vietnam’s tourism.
Currently, Vietnam Airlines has eight routes between Vietnam and Japan, connecting Hanoi and HCMC to Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka.
Regarding the opening of international routes, on June 3, Vietnam Airlines opened a new route between Singapore and the central province of Khanh Hoa.
On June 1, the airline announced two more routes namely Danang – Singapore and Phu Quoc – Singapore. From July 1, it will launch an air link between Khanh Hoa Province (Vietnam) and Seoul (South Korea) with one daily flight.