The First-Ever Nonstop Flights to Vietnam Start Later This Month!
At long last, nonstop flights connecting the U.S. and the incredible Southeast Asian country of Vietnam are coming. And even the ongoing pandemic won’t stop them. Vietnam Airlines is set to launch flights from San Francisco (SFO) to Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) on Sunday, Nov. 28, starting with two flights per week each way, the carrier announced Tuesday. Those flights were not yet available for sale as of early Wednesday morning. The timing is a tad strange, as Vietnam still doesn’t allow American tourists – like much of the rest of Asia. The airline may be banking on filling planes with cargo for now, hoping to generate some buzz with a brand new route and eventually adding more weekly flights when travel reopens. Check our country-by-country guide on international travel restrictions! But this is a landmark moment: It’ll be the first-ever nonstop service between the U.S. and Vietnam. And it’s been a long time coming. What Nonstop Flights to Vietnam Mean & What’s Next? Airlines have b..Continue readingThe First-Ever Nonstop Flights to Vietnam Start Later This Month!