Vietjet Air Increases Flights Between Da Nang And Other Nationwide Destinations
The low-cost airline has increased its services on Da Nang- Ho Chi Minh City route to 4 daily round-trip flights, and on Da Nang-Ha Noi route with 3 daily flights, starting from 13 September. The carrier has planned to increase the number of flights on the two routes to 7 and 10 respectively from early October.
Vietjet Air has also resumed some domestic routes connecting Da Nang with other nationwide locations.
In detail, the carrier operates one daily round-trip flight between Da Nang and Hai Phong City, and 5 round-trip flights weekly between Da Nang and Da Lat City.
Also, it offers 4 round-trip flights per week between Da Nang and Buon Ma Thuot, Can Tho and Nha Trang.
Vietjet Air has lifted restrictions on seat distancing adopted for its domestic flights departing from Da Nang after obtaining permission from the Ministry of Transport and the Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam.
Source: DA NANG Today
Da Nang Develops Smart Tourism Solutions To Drive Post-Pandemic Recovery
Over recent years, Da Nang has prioritised developing smart tourism, which can be simply understood as a kind of tourism that applies information technology to regular tourism activities. In the face of hard times triggered by coronavirus, smart tourism is believed to be an inevitable trend in the ‘smokeless industry’ in a bid to effectively marketing the city’s products and services.
According to CEO of the Songhan Incubator (SHi) Ly Dinh Quan, a number of apps such as IoT (Internet of things) create connections in the process of smart travel deployment, help to establish closer links between tour operators, functional management agencies and tourists, with transparent and interconnected information.In his perspectives, Chairman of the Da Nang Tourism Association Cao Tri Dung underlined a need for tour operators and travel agents in Da Nang to promote the use of social media, online travel booking platforms, as well as seek out new technology approaches to bring their products closer to tourists.
Photo: Nguyễn Trung Thu
Source: DA NANG Today