Bamboo Airways to Operate Round-Trip Repatriation Flight for Italian and EU Citizens on 12 June
8th June 2020 - 5:45
The flight number QH9911 operated by Bamboo Airways is scheduled to depart at 3:00 (local time) at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City. It is expected to arrive at 11:00 (local time) at Milano Malpensa International Airport, Lombardy, Italy.
Strictly follow pandemic prevention requirements
On 12 June, Bamboo Airways will operate a special flight carrying repatriated EU passengers on Vietnam – Italy route. Bamboo Airways‘ flight number QH9911 from Vietnam to Italy of Bamboo Airways is scheduled to depart at 3:00 (local time) at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City. It is expected to arrive at 11:00 (local time) at Milano Malpensa International Airport (IATA: MXP), Lombardy, Italy.
Bamboo Airways uses its wide-body Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to operate this 13-hour flight.
Passengers who want to book this flight can directly contact Bamboo Airways’ hotline at 0243233 323; Bamboo Airways’ ticket offices in 112 Ly Chinh Thang, 265 Cau Giay, 30 Trang Tien, and last-minute ticket offices at the Noi Bai, Da Nang, and Tan Son Nhat International Airports for more information.
The flight does not only meet the increasing repatriated demands of the Italians stranded in Vietnam due to the limitation of the regular international flights to/from Vietnam caused by the Covid-19 pandemic but also has crucial diplomatic significance in strengthening the 47 years of diplomatic relationship between Vietnam and Italy (1973-2020).
Bamboo Airways’ representative says that on this flight, all the offered services to customers and cargo from the ground to the air have strictly complied with the disease prevention regulations. All the crew members are equipped with specialized medical protective clothing, including protective clothing, gloves, goggles, masks, alcohol-based medical towels, and disinfectant solutions.
Bamboo Airways performs body temperature and health checks as well as requests passenger to complete medical declarations before the flight. The Carrier also ensures the needed distance between passengers. All passengers are required to wear facemask during the trip.
Before departing and after returning from the UK, the aircraft’s entire cockpit, passenger cabin, cargo hold, etc. of aircraft will be disinfected following the highest standards to prevent absolutely the risk of virus infection.
Earlier, Bamboo Airways has successfully transported over 600 EU citizens to repatriate from Vietnam to the Czech Republic, Lithuania, and the UK with the wide-body Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and safely carried almost 200 Vietnamese citizens back from the Philippines.
Restore 90 percent of domestic routes
Currently, besides promoting the transportation of passengers and cargo from Vietnam to other regions of the world for humanitarian purposes, other commercial activities have been actively implemented by Bamboo Airways. Recently, the Carrier has built and launched many new products and services to meet the particular needs of the market in this unprecedented period. Some outstanding promotions are “Get 03 seats for 01 ticket” to ensure the health safety of passengers, and Bamboo Pass – the unlimited flight pass program, etc.
The Carrier also restores 90 percent flight routes and increases the frequency of routes connecting Hanoi with Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Da Nang, Phu Quoc Quy Nhon, Da Lat, Buon Ma Thuot, Pleiku; and flights connecting Ho Chi Minh City with Phu Quoc, Da Nang, Hai Phong, Thanh Hoa, Quy Nhon, and Vinh, etc.
Especially, from 1 June 2020, Bamboo Airways is rapidly increasing the number of flights on the Hanoi – Ho Chi Minh City route to 16 flights per day with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner wide-body aircraft. The Carrier plans to operate about 140 flights per day, covering the domestic flight network.
For international markets, depending on the situation of overcoming diseases in other countries, Bamboo Airways will restore operations on established regular routes such as Vietnam – Korea, Taiwan, the Czech Republic, etc. The Carrier also reopens the process of building and connecting new routes to East Asia, Europe, America, and Australia, as well as explore new potential routes.
The fleet of at least 40 aircraft by the end of 2020 will serve that plan.