Bamboo Airways Inaugurated Nonstop Hanoi-Melbourne Service

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With the inaugural flight from Melbourne to Hanoi introduced on April 27, Bamboo Airways endedupbeing the veryfirst Vietnamese airlinecompany to run this path.

On April 27, Bamboo Airways’ flight QH82 took off at Noi Bai International Airport, marking the airlinecompany’s veryfirst routine continuously path linking Hanoi with Melbourne. The brand-new service assists reduce takeatrip time inbetween the 2 cities to just 9 hours.

“Our Melbourne-Hanoi path comes into operation with a guarantee of benefit, time-saving, and a problem-free travel experience, specifically as Bamboo Airways is the veryfirst and just Vietnamese airlinecompany to run this service. In addition, we anticipate this path will evenmore reinforce its function as an airtravel bridge and make a considerable contribution to Vietnamese and Australian relations in all elements,” stated Truong Phuong Thanh, deputy basic director of Bamboo Airways.

The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner ran on this path uses utmost fuel effectiveness, roomy compartments and exceptional facilities.

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