Jan 15, 2013

Dragon flies to Danang

DragonAir
From Threeland Travel Blog's January
Dragonair announced late last week the launch date of a new service to Danang, its second destination in Vietnam after Hanoi.

The carrier will kick off a three weekly service, 28 March. The flight schedule will vary depending on the day.

Dragonair currently flies 10 times a week between Hong Kong and Hanoi, while sister airline, Cathay Pacific Airways, operates 16 flights weekly between Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City.

Danang authorities have been in talks with various airlines to promote more international flights to the city to support the growth of tourism to match an increase in hotels and entertainment options.

Currently, regional airlines operate flights to Danang are AirAsia (Kuala Lumpur); Asia Airlines (Seoul); China Eastern Airlines (Kunming); Far Eastern Air Transport (Taipei); Korean Air (Seoul); Lao Airlines (Pakse, Savannakhet, Vientiane) and Silk Air (Siem Reap, Singapore).

THAI Smile and Thai AirAsia have both shown an interest in flying to Danang, but no decision has been made on possible launch dates.

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