Dragonair, a Hong Kong-based subsidiary of Cathay Pacific, will raise its weekly flights between Danang and
from four to seven starting 18 December.
The airline launched the route late March, this year, making Danang is the airline’s second destination in
During the past nine months, the airline has transported more than 30,000 passengers, mostly from Hong Kong to explore major tourist attractions in central
Dragonair said the central region of
Vietnam, especially Danang, the gateway point
for beach resorts and the heritage coastal village
of Hoi An, are becoming popular
destinations with visitors from Hong Kong.
The central region is noted for its UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Sites of My Son Sanctuary, Hoi An ancient town, and
Hue’s imperial palace complex, as well as
many other cultural and historical sites.
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