|Da Nang expects to have 15 airlines relaunch international routes to the city by year-end.
South Korea's biggest carrier Korean Air has restarted its Incheon-Da Nang City service with two weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays until July 27 when the carrier plans to make it a daily service, according to Chung Eui Seock, Representative of Korean Air in Da Nang.
Malaysia Airlines, Air Seoul, BangKok Airway have also resumed flights to Da Nang. Since the city allowed the full resumption of tourism activities in March, 35,000 foreign passengers have arrived in Da Nang on 286 flights.
15 airlines including those from South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, and Malaysia are expected to relaunch international routes to Da Nang city until the end of this year with 90 flights per week.