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Da Nang to Bangkok now on Vietjet Air

Da Nang to Bangkok now on Vietjet Air

Vietjet Air will launch the first daily flight connecting Da Nang with Thailand’s Bangkok capital from 15 October.

Daily flight service from Đà Nẵng to Bangkok departs Đà Nẵng at 1.35pm and arrives at 3.15pm, while the flight leaves Suvarnabhumi airport at 11.10am and arrives in Đà Nẵng at 12.50pm.

Taking just one hour and 40 minutes, the flight connects two vibrant cities “City & Beach” in there are many interesting tourist attractions such as pagodas, local markets and museums.

“With the current daily flights by Vietnam Airlines, Thai AirAsia and Bangkok Air, the additional daily flights by Vietjet will help to bring more local and expat residents from Thailand but also for longhaul tourist who are using Bangkok as a transit or extend their holiday to the famous beach city of Da Nang. This will improve the market mix of International Tourist Arrivals to Danang and ease the business situation of hotel and resort in Da Nang and in the region”, Mr. Nguyen Duc Quynh, Executive Vice Chairman of Danang Hotel Association, Deputy Director of Furama Resort Danang, said.










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