Vietjet Air will launch the first flight between Cam Ranh and Almaty on October 10, QazMonitor reports citing the Committee of Civil Aviation.
The Vietnamese low-cost airline also plans to launch flights from Cam Ranh to Nur-Sultan. The flights are scheduled to operate two to three times a week by Airbus A330 aircraft.
The resumption of regular flights between Kazakhstan and Vietnam were discussed by Talgat Lastayev, chairman of the Committee of Civil Aviation of MIIR, Pham Thai Nyi Mai, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to Kazakhstan, and Nguyen Chi, representative of Vietjet Air.
During the meeting, the Vietnamese side expressed its readiness to perform regular passenger flights to Kazakhstan.
Vietjet Air is currently preparing for accreditation as a foreign airline in Kazakhstan. The parties noted the importance of direct flights for the further development of trade, economic, investment, tourism and cultural cooperation between the two countries.
Earlier, it was reported that regular passenger flights between Kazakhstan and Vietnam were planned to resume at the end of September.