Many flights of Vietnamese airlines have been cancelled or rescheduled for being affected by on-going protest chaos at Hong Kong International Airport.
National carrier Vietnam Airlines and budget carrier Jetstar Pacific have announced to change the time of some of their flights from and to Hong Kong today, August 13.
Protestors at Hong Kong International Airport
Vietnam Airlines will delay two flights VN594 and VN595 on HCM City-Hong Kong for seven hours and 40 minutes compared to their scheduled departure. The carrier’s other flights from and to Hong Kong today will be conducted as scheduled.
Meanwhile, Jetstar Pacific has cancelled two flights BL160 and BL161 on the Hanoi-Hong Kong and Danang-Hong Kong routes respectively.
The affected passengers will be supported to change for other flights if they want.
Budget carrier Vietjet’s two flights VJ876 and VJ877 on HCM City-Hong Kong-HCM City routes will be also suspended.
All flights which departed from Hong Kong International Airport were cancelled due to the anti-government protests which entered the fourth day by Monday.
Vietnamese airlines have advised passengers to keep up-to-date with Vietnam and Hong Kong flight information for their trip.
Passengers should arrive at Hong Kong International Airport three hours before the departure time.
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