Vietnam Airlines Flights

From a small airline in the 1950s comes one of the most progressive airlines in the region. Vietnam Airlines, the flag carrier of its country, is now known as one of the most trusted providers of air transport services in South East Asia. This publicly owned airport wholly subsidises Vietnam Air Service Company, a domestic airline in the country. It also owns the majority of shares on Jetstar Pacific Airlines, with a 49% stake on Cambodia Angkor Air.

Vietnam Airlines also has codeshare agreements with various European and Asian flight companies. Another recognition that it earned is its SkyTeam membership, which proves its high standing in international air travel. At present, this Asian airline is preparing to apply for membership in the Federal Aviation Administration's assessment program. An accreditation coming from this organisation will enable the airline to launch flights going to the United States and other Western countries.

Why Fly with Vietnam Airlines

How to Check In

Travellers going on flights can check-in at the airport for their trip. Travellers will need to be present in front of the check-in counter at least three hours before their scheduled departure. Web check-in is also possible for those who prefer logging online. This service is available only two to 24 hours before the flight.

Baggage Allowance & Fees

Different baggage regulations apply for each passenger, although this would depend on their class of service, the flight route, and other relevant details. There are also various rules to follow for both hand and checked baggage. For hand baggage, an Economy class passenger can bring one bag that measures 115cm and weighs not more than 7kg. Additional items that travellers can carry include either of the following: handbag, sweater, umbrella, laptops, infant food or carrying basket, collapsible wheelchair, or crutches. For checked baggage, the weight limit would depend on the flight route of the passenger. A maximum weight of 23kg applies to those going to and from the Americas. Travellers going between Vietnam to Japan or vice versa can bring baggage as heavy as 60kg, while those travelling within Asia have a limit of 20kg. Infants also have a baggage allowance of 10kg to provide enough space for their necessities.


Generally, there are two classes of service on board Vietnam Airlines: Economy Class and Business Class. An additional class, however, applies to flights going between Vietnam to Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. This is Deluxe Economy Class, which lies between Economy and Business classes.

Booking Fees

Fees depend on the flight route of each traveller. Those buying tickets can pay with their credit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard, and JCB UnionPay.

Inflight Services

Vietnam Airlines provides various amenities for its passengers. In Economy Class, the seats have a pitch of 31-32 inches with a recline of about five to six inches. In-seat and overhead screens are also available for those who want to watch a film, listen to music, or play a game. Passengers can also ask for reading materials such as magazines and newspapers. Satellite communication devices and power supply are also available in some Boeing planes. Inflight meals such as Western and some traditional Asian cuisines are offered. Snacks, as well as hot and cold beverages, are also present in the menu. Passengers are also given a pillow and a blanket, so they can rest comfortably during their flight.

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