Bamboo Airways To Temporarily Suspend Flights To Korea

posted on 25th February 2020 by Eddie Saunders
Bamboo Airways To Temporarily Suspend Flights To Korea

Implementing Directive No. 06/CT-TTg dated January 31, 2020 of the Prime Minister on the prevention and control of acute respiratory infections caused by Corona virus (COVID-19), due to the latest development of the epidemic, to ensure absolute safety for passengers and the community, Bamboo Airways will suspend the operation of two routes Da Nang – Incheon (DAD-ICN) and Nha Trang – Incheon (CXR-ICN) from the date of 26 February 2020.

Currently, DAD/CXR – ICN flights are being daily operated by Bamboo Airways with a frequency of 07 round trips/ week/ route by A321NEO with the capacity of 196 – 198 seats. Therefore, the operation suspension of these two routes is an extremely important and necessary action to actively contribute to preventing the spread of epidemic.

Bamboo Airways is very sorry for the inconvenience and hopes to receive the support, sympathy and understanding of dear passengers.

Bamboo Airways will announce the cancellation as well as optimal options to assist passengers who have booked tickets during the operation suspension period of flights to Korea. All passengers, especially Vietnamese citizens or Korean visitors planning to come back to their hometown on Bamboo Airways’ flights, should proactively arrange the return schedule before the above-mentioned deadline.

Bamboo Airways will announce the time to re-operate flights to Korea until the epidemic is under control. Once again, Bamboo Airways does sincerely apologize and wish all dear passengers to join hands to prevent the epidemic.