Taking into consideration the expectations of our guests that fly to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, the two largest cities in Vietnam, Turkish Airlines has changed the flights operated to these cities to direct flights.

From September 11, 2019, Turkish Airlines, that has the largest flight network in the world with 315 destinations on five continents, began to fly direct to the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh where the airline previously operated connecting flights.

The city of Ho Chi Minh surrounded by the Saigon River in Southeast Vietnam was included on the flag carrier’s flight network in December 2010. Ho Chi Minh City, a metropolis in Southeast Vietnam, is the country’s financial center. The city is the most populated city in Vietnam and receives the most visitors; it is a popular tourism center with its stylish skyscrapers, elaborate temples, and pagodas.  

Hanoi, where Turkish Airlines began to fly in June 2016, is one of the oldest capitals in the world. Hanoi, the trade, cultural, and education center of Northern Vietnam, offers travelers an unrivalled travel experience with its historical architecture bearing traces of different civilizations and rich culture. Hanoi is close to the village Ha Long, which is a famous site on the UNESCO World Heritage Area List. Turkish Airlines is operating seven flights a week to Ho Chi Minh City, and six to Hanoi (excluding Sundays). Flights to the capitol Hanoi will be increased to seven flights a week from April 2020.


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