Despite the coronavirus outbreak, Nha Trang City in Khanh Hoa province is still receiving thousands of Russian travelers each day. The city with beautiful beaches in the central region of Vietnam receives 3-5 chartered flights each day and 300-350 travelers each flight. 350 Russian travelers at Cam Ranh Airport on February 18 The representative of a travel firm said it schedules 36,000 Russian travelers to Nha Trang a month. He said Russian travelers still flock to the coastal city in the Covid-19 outbreak. In February, which is considered the peak time of the epidemic, the number has decreased slightly to 34,400. Meanwhile, the number of Russian travelers registering to fly to Vietnam in March increased to 37,253. According to the Khanh Hoa provincial Tourism Department, in 2019, the province received 463,000 Russian travelers, an increase of 4.5 percent compared with 2018, which accounted for 71.6 percent of total Russian travelers to Vietnam. In January 2020, the province received 50,000 Russian travelers. In Q1 alone, the firm plans to bring 108,000 Russian travelers to Nha Trang. The clients of the firm occupy 6,000 hotel rooms a day. Most Russian travelers take chartered flights which fly from Russia to Nha Trang nonstop. According… Read full this story
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