Vietnam Airlines Deals

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LON to SYD business class return 1 stops £1750 @ Vietnam Airlines
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Found 7th Dec 2016Found 7th Dec 2016
Direct from Vietnam Airlines, nice new Boeing 787's with lie flats on all legs , 3 days a week and departs London Mon/Wed/Sat returns Sun/Tue/Fri. There does not appear to be any b… Read more

Brits and a lot of countries don't need visas you get 2 weeks on arrival but can't enter Vietnam again within a 1 month period

I agree it's a good deal for business down under. Better deals do come and go, but for a good deal with such wide open availability which doesn't require an ex-EU start this deserves to have got a little warmer.

Original Poster

{Sobs in the corner @ -47} -- OK, so its not for everyone ;-)
Thanks Plunet, but I thought most would want to take time out the airport, and a Visa is required to do that.
Considering BA in July & August are 12-£1400 in economy, £2500 - £2900 in Premium & £5100 Rtn in Business . . . . .
It is a bargain, for anyone wanting to go to Australia

Vietnam Airlines was selling these tickets for £1600 only 1-2 months ago.

It's my understanding that a transit visa is not required for Vietnam if you stay airside. You should check this yourself if you purchase but the below describes the case if you have a British passport, travelling from the UK to AU via Vietnam

From timatic 

Transit Without Visa (TWOV): Passing through an international transit area of the airport in order to board a connecting (or to proceed by the same) flight, without entering the country
(i.e. clearing immigration).

Unless stated otherwise, passengers wishing to TWOV must:
- be en-route to a third country (e.g. itinerary TYO-LON-TYO is not considered TWOV);
- prove that they will continue their journey within the prescribed period (e.g. hold onward tickets); 
- have documents required for entry into the country of destination and for transit through countries en-route;
- remain in the transit area (airside) or on the aircraft.

Note: For transit purposes through China (People's Rep.), Hong
Kong (SAR China) and Macao (SAR China) are considered as third
countries, as they have their own entry regulations.

Note: TWOV is not intended for those holding stand-by tickets, e.g. airline employees or other passengers travelling on industry discount. 


CHECK TINEWS/N1 - VIET NAM: TEMPORARY VISA EXEMPTIONS
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Cheap direct flights London-Ho Chi Minh £397 with Vietnam Airlines
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Found 9th Jul 2015Found 9th Jul 2015
Vietnam Airlines has currently direct flights from London to Ho Chi Minh with various dates available between August and December for around £400. For example, 19 (or 26) Nov to 3… Read more

Great place to visit, we went two years ago and absolutely loved it, we Travelled from Ho Chi Minh city to Hanoi over three weeks and would do it again in a heartbeat if we had time off this year but we already got holidays booked for this year

Even hotter with visa-free. Was planning to visit, then read news about 15-day visa free for 5 EU countries (UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italian). Their visa fees re normally quite high! Good catch

Nam....

Sounds great for direct flights.. I only wish I had more days of leave left from work to go..

Decent airline and direct flight from heathrow to HCM in 12 hours.
London to Hanoi £149 return + more @ vietnam airlines
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Found 5th Jul 2015Found 5th Jul 2015
few dates available. such a good return price to south east Asia. very easy and affordable to travel around by coach and see more (Laos, cambodia, etc) when you're there. Shared V… Read more

WillieGallimore

Vietnam airlines, doesn't exactly inspire confidence



i went on vietnam airlines last year and wasn't expecting much but was surprised to find it quite a decent airline. the pilots will be better trained than some of the more unreliable airline like malaysia airlines!

cant find 149 for love or money. closes i got was £492
Edited by: "leeparsons" 5th Jul 2015

Banned

Vietnam airlines, doesn't exactly inspire confidence

mutley1

£489 still pretty good for a return to Hanoi.



£149 sounds much better.

Can't believe people are still voting hot for something that was obviously never available..