Gatwick Airport is expanding its Asian connections with a new route to Vietnam

AN AIRPORT has added a new Hanoi route to its Asia connections.

Vietnamese airline Bamboo Airways will initially operate one flight per week between Gatwick Airport and Hanoi.

From Hanoi, passengers can fly to destinations such as Australia, Singapore, Japan, South Korea and Taipei with Bamboo Airways.

The new Bamboo Airways service begins October 30, with passengers now able to book tickets.

Passengers traveling on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft can choose from three travel classes, including premium economy and business class flat beds.

Jonathan Pollard, Chief Commercial Officer at Gatwick Airport, said: “Over the past 10 months we have significantly expanded our connections across North America, so it is fantastic news for both leisure travelers and business travelers to be able to further expand our routes to Asia as well throughout London and the South East.

“Vietnam is a wonderful country that offers an abundance of beautiful sights including stunning beaches, national parks, temples and vibrant streets and night markets. We are therefore pleased that Gatwick passengers can now be so easily connected to the capital and beyond via Bamboo’s excellent network.” Gatwick Airport is expanding its Asian connections with a new route to Vietnam

Fry Electronics Team

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