Hanoi Beijing route officially resumed

Due to the interruption of the epidemic for more than three years, the regular flights between Beijing, the capital of China, and Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, have officially resumed, which is expected to help restore personnel exchanges between the two countries and promote tourism cooperation and civil exchanges.

On the afternoon of March 19th, Vietnam Airlines Corporation (Vietnam Airlines) suspended regular flights from Beijing, the capital of China, to Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, for more than three years.

Vietnam Airlines held a ceremony at Beijing Capital Airport to welcome more than 100 passengers on this flight. Leaders of the Vietnam Enterprise State-owned Capital Management Committee, representatives of the Vietnamese Embassy in China, relevant departments of the two countries, and enterprise representatives attended the ribbon cutting ceremony.


Wang Fuyi, head of the representative office of Vietnam Airlines in China, said that in order to resume the Beijing Hanoi route that has been suspended for more than three years and quickly restart other routes from Vietnam to China, Vietnam Airlines has made full preparations flexibly and proactively, making every effort to respond to the needs of various ministries, industries, and customers of both countries.

The successful resumption of the route connecting the capitals of China and Vietnam will make important contributions to promoting the development of economic and political relations and civil exchanges between the two countries.

Beijing Hanoi flight number VN513 took off from Beijing at 15:30 local time and arrived in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, at 17:55.


Currently, Vietnam Airlines operates three round-trip flights per week, which is expected to increase in number from the middle of this year; At the same time, preparations have been made for the opening of the Hanoi Beijing Daxing Airport route.

China is one of Vietnam Airlines' largest international markets. Currently, Vietnam Airlines has resumed most flights to China, including Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Guangzhou, and Shanghai; Hanoi and Beijing routes. In the coming months, flights between Da Nang and Guangzhou, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hanoi and Chengdu will gradually resume. The airline also plans to put wide-body passenger aircraft such as the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 into operation on the Sino Vietnam route.

The resumption of air routes between China and Vietnam is expected to greatly promote the recovery of tourism, trade, and investment activities between the two countries in the post epidemic period.