The airline’s latest service will commence from 13 February with three flights weekly on every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
It is offering special off-peak fares from US$25 one way on economy class on the route while business class tickets are also available from $199 one way, excluding taxes and surcharges.
“Macau and Hanoi are both rich in cultural heritage and experiencing vibrant growth. We are pleased to provide a direct bridge for travelers between our two cities,” said the airline’s chief executive officer Reg Macdonal.
Viva Macau, which began its Vietnam operations with a flight to Ho Chi Minh City two years ago with four flights a week, opened its representative office in the city last year. The airline also operates flights to Japan, Australia, Indonesia and mainland China.
Source: Thanh Nien News