Hanoi (VNA) – National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines
announced on September 30 that it will adjust schedules of flights to and from Shanghai Pudong International Airport as
is growing stronger.
Accordingly, the airline will cancel all flights connecting Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City with Shanghai, namely VN522, VN523, VN530 and VN531 on October 1, and re-operate them on October 2 instead.
Passengers on the rescheduled flights will receive support from the carrier in line with current regulations.
Vietnam Airlines recommended passengers who have plans to travel to or from airports in Taipei (Taiwan, China), Busan and Seoul (the Republic of Korea), and Shanghai, Hangzhou and Changzhou (China) to keep a close watch on the weather development, and update information from the carrier.
Passengers can visit the airline’s website www.vietnamairlines.com, its Facebook page www.facebook.com/VietnamAirlines, and call ticket offices nationwide or customer service 1900 1100 (within the country) or 84 24 38320 320 (in foreign countries) for further information./.
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