Vietnam Airlines , is the chief airline company in Vietnam . It was founded in the year 1956, under the name of Vietnam Civil Aviation. The airline was inaugurated as an enterprise owned by state in April 1989. The airline Company has its headquarters in Long Bien District, Hanoi, and has hubs at Noi Bai International Airport & Tan Son Nhat International Airport. Vietnam Airlines flies to about 52 destinations in 17 countries. However, countries and places flown by the partner airlines, are excluded.
Vietnam Airlines Info
Vietnam Airlines Codes, Call Sign and Headquarter
- IATA Code: VN
- ICAO Code: HVN
- Call Sign: Viet Nam Airlines
- Head Quarter: Long Bien District, Hanoi
Vietnam Airlines Hubs
Iberia Airlines Hub - Airports used as transfer points to get passengers to their intended destination.
- Noi Bai International Airport
- Tan Son Nhat International Airport
Vietnam Airlines In-Flight Entertainment
Vietnam Airlines provides audio video on demand (AVOD) in-flight entertainment via personal Tv’s. Options pertaining to entertainment range from films, games, TV programs & music. Vietnam Airlines also provides about 2 in-flight magazines, named Heritage and Heritage Fashion. Additionally, they also provide other reading material.
Vietnam Airlines Food and Beverage
Business Class: From delicious Ph? Bò, which is a savory beef noodle soup which come with scented herbs to other dishes, the Airlines company provides the best of foods for lunch/dinner for the business class. The extremely qualified chefs of the Airline Company, use the best ingredients to make sure the highest quality and genuine flavors are maintained.
On flight, you can enjoy a lovely “Hello Vietnam”, that is to say, you can sip on a glass of Red River wine, or freshen up with a lemon-fragranced Saigon Sunlight. Moreover, their range of specialty cocktails are at present, available on all flights to places ranging from Japan, Korea, Australia to France, Germany and the UK.
- Air France
- Czech Airlines
- Korean Air
- China Southern
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
- China Airlines
- Garuda Indonesia
- Gulf Air
- British Airways
Vietnam Airlines Check-in and Baggage allowance
- Vietnam Airlines Check-in
With the online check-in, Vietnam airlines has made it easier and more convenient for passengers to easily acquire the boarding pass along with the assignment of the seat number(s), from wherever one may be located. It does not matter whether you’re at home or anywhere else using the mobile phone. The passenger may also check-in at the airline’s counter.
- Free Baggage Allowance and Baggage Fees for flights within Vietnam Airlines
In order to ensure safety, checked in baggage must not surpass 32kg and width + heights + depth must not go above 203 cm. Again, due to the same reason of safety The hand luggage must not go beyond 7kg and its width + heights + depth must not go beyond 115cm. The Free Baggage Allowance may vary from carrier to carrier.
Popular routes for Vietnam Airlines
London to New York
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