Aviation roundup: Vietjet, Fiji Airways, Air China and AirAsia

Here's our weekly roundup of new air routes.

Vietjet links Nha Trang to Seoul

Vietjet has launched daily flights between Nha Trang and Seoul. Approximately five-hour sectors, flights depart Nha Trang at 16.15 and arrives in Seoul at 22.45. On the return, flights depart Seoul at 01.50 for arrival in Nha Trang at 05.25.

Tokyo Narita gets flights to Fiji

Fiji Airways will launch thrice-weekly flights between Nadi International Airport and Tokyo Narita International Airport starting July 3, subject to regulatory approvals.

On Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, the nine-hour flight will depart Nadi at 13.25, arriving in Tokyo at 19.30. It then leaves Tokyo at 21.25 for arrival at Nadi at 09.05 the next day.

The flights will be served by Airbus A330-200/300.

Air China inaugurates Beijing-Brisbane service

Air China is now connecting Beijing to Brisbane, the airline’s third Australian destination after Sydney and Melbourne. Operated with Airbus 330-200, flights depart from Beijing at 02.30 on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and arrive in Brisbane at 15.10. Inbound flights will depart from Brisbane at 19.30 and arrive in Beijing at 04.45 the next day.

AirAsia to launch flights from Bangkok to Ranong

Thai AirAsia has opened sales lines for its upcoming flights between Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport to Ranong, a southern province on the a coast on the Andaman Sea known for its hotsprings.

Starting February 16, flights will depart Bangkok daily at 01.45 for arrival in Ranong at 13.00. On the return, flights leave Ranong at 13.40 to reach Bangkok at 14.55.

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