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AirAsia announces the resumption of two routes from Kuala Lumpur to Vietnam

Flights from Kuala Lumpur to the two popular holiday destinations are now available for booking.

In response to popular demand and as highly anticipated by air travellers across the region, AirAsia will resume its scheduled flight services between Kuala Lumpur and two Vietnam destinations, Nha Trang and Da Lat from 8 July 2022, and 10 July 2022 respectively.


Riad Asmat, CEO of AirAsia Malaysia, said: “As the momentum for leisure travel has picked up since the reopening of borders by most countries in the region, AirAsia  is proud to participate in the revival of the tourism industry by resuming these popular routes to Vietnam. It’s time again for our guests to explore and revisit the refreshing breeze and popular seafood of the coastal town of Nha Trang or maybe choose to immersive themselves in the rich pine forests, lakes, and waterfalls of “City of Eternal Spring” Da Lat, there’s always something for everyone in Vietnam!  

“As the airline and our guests have eagerly anticipated the return of flights between Kuala Lumpur and Vietnam, we would also like to express our gratitude to the Vietnamese government for easing the travel and entry requirements for visitors to Vietnam. We will work closely with the governments of both Malaysia and Vietnam to create more opportunities to help support economic recovery in both regions.”

All fully vaccinated travellers can enter Vietnam without any pre-departure test, and Malaysians may enter Vietnam visa-free and stay there for 14 days. Upon arrival, travellers above two years old must download the PC-Covid app and use it to declare any symptoms during their stay and carry medical insurance covering COVID-19 treatment with a minimum liability of USD10K. Self-isolation is no longer required when arriving in Vietnam.



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