The passengers include 18 children under 2 years old and 48 people aged over 60.
|Another 300 Vietnamese evacuated from Ukraine safely arrive home on flight from Poland
This was the second repatriation flight for Vietnamese people evacuated from Ukraine, and all the costs were covered by the State.
As of 4pm on Wednesday, the representative agencies received nearly 4,000 Vietnamese people from the war zones in Ukraine, including over 2,400 to Poland, about 830 to Romania, 560 to Hungary, and over 100 to Slovakia.
Deputy General Director of Bamboo Airways Truong Phuong Thanh said the carrier is ready to operate more flights to repatriate the Vietnamese people leaving Ukraine at the request of the Government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He noted it has prepared flight plans for seven air routes from Hanoi to Prague (the Czech Republic), Bucharest (Romania), Warsaw (Poland), Budapest (Hungary), Bratislava (Slovakia), Moscow (Russia), and Minsk (Belarus) to help with the protection of Vietnamese citizens and legal entities in Ukraine.