Air Busan resumed flights between Busan (South Korea) and Cam Ranh with 2 flights/ week on Thursday and Sunday...
Air Busan resumed flights between Busan (South Korea) and Cam Ranh with 2 flights/ week on Thursday and Sunday, according to the leader of Cam Ranh International Airport on July 15. The first flight BX751 with 200 travelers landed at Cam Ranh International Airport on the evening of July 14, marking the reconnection between South Korea's second largest city, Busan and Khanh Hoa after Covid-19 pandemic.
Vietjet Air has planned to start Busan - Cam Ranh service from July 20 with 3 flights/ week on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.
Also on July 14, Pacific Airlines flight No. BL6629 took off at Muan Airport (South Korea), carrying 159 passengers to Cam Ranh International Airport. This is the first Pacific Airlines flight to Cam Ranh after 2 years of suspension due to Covid-19. Reportedly, Pacific Airlines will operate charter flights from Muan to Cam Ranh with 2 flights/ week, bringing visitors from the 2 cities of Gwangju and Mokpo to Khanh Hoa.
There are 19 flights/ week from South Korea to Khanh Hoa, including Vietjet Air, Air Seoul, Jeju Air and Air Busan with 15 flights/ week on Incheon - Cam Ranh route.
Translated by N.T