Vietnam’s national flag carrier resumes inbound international flights

HANOI, March 28 (dpa): Vietnam Airlines has resumed inbound commercial international flights, with a flight from Taiwan to the coastal city of Da Nang marking the first permitted into the nation after months of coronavirus lockdown, state media said on Friday.

Two hundred passengers flew from Taipei to Da Nang on Thursday, with travellers requiring a negative Covid-19 test in order to board the aircraft. All arrivals must also pay for a mandatory 14-day period of quarantine.

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