More Flights on the Ho Chi Minh City-Tokyo Route
Japan’s All Nippon Airways plans to increase the number of flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo by one each week as of October 1, 2007.
On this occasion, the airline will reduce $50/round-trip ticket of one-month validity, departing from October 1-15, 2007.
The airfare for a round ticket on Nippon Airways, with 30-day validity, between Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo is $830 at present, with four flights each week.
All Nippon Airways opened its first representative office in Vietnam in 1996. One year later, it joined hands with Vietnam Airlines to connect Narita and Hanoi Vietnam.
In April 2001, the airline launched the Ho Chi Minh City-Tokyo route with two flights per week.