From 1 July 2023, Vietnam Airlines will increase the frequency of its services from London Heathrow to five flights per week – three to Hanoi and two to Ho Chi Minh City – all operated by B787-9 Dreamliner.
Vietnam’s national flag carrier, Vietnam Airlines, has confirmed the appointment of London-based independent travel and lifestyle PR and marcomms agency, Frog & Wolf PR, as its PR representative for the UK market, with immediate effect.
Established in January 1956 with just five aircraft, today Vietnam Airlines is a Skytrax four-star rated airline serving 27 international and 22 domestic destinations with a next-gen fleet of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners, 64 Airbus A321s and 14 Airbus A350s. Vietnam Airlines launched the first ever direct flights linking the UK and Vietnam in December 2011, and today operates three weekly nonstop flights from London Heathrow T4 to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Phan The Thang, General Manager UK & Ireland, Vietnam Airlines, commented, “The UK was Vietnam’s top European market in 2022, with almost 100,000 British visitor arrivals, and further strong growth is forecast for 2023. We are delighted to be working with Frog & Wolf PR to help build momentum in the UK market and showcase Vietnam Airlines as the only airline offering high quality, high-frequency nonstop services between the UK and Vietnam.”
From 1 July 2023, Vietnam Airlines will increase the frequency of its services from London Heathrow to five flights per week – three to Hanoi and two to Ho Chi Minh City – all operated by B787-9 Dreamliner. Return economy fares from London Heathrow start from GBP588 per person to Hanoi, or GBP596 per person to Ho Chi Minh City, including taxes/surcharges.
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