Vietnam Airlines NS19 International changes as of 01MAR19

Vietnam Airlines in recent week gradually filed additional changes to its planned Northern summer 2019 season for international routes, effective 31MAR19. Latest adjustment as of 01MAR19 as follows.

Hanoi – Busan eff 01JUL19 A350-900XWB replaces A330, 1 daily
Hanoi – Fukuoka eff 31MAR19 Daily service maintained with A321, instead of previously filed 4 weekly
Hanoi – Seoul Incheon eff 01JUL19 VN414/415 A350-900XWB replaces 787-9 (Overall 2 daily A350)
Hanoi – Tokyo Narita eff 02JUL19 787-9 replaces A350-900XWB, 1 daily
Ho Chi Minh City – Bangkok eff 31MAR19 Planned 1 of 3 daily service operated by 787-9, replacing A321, remains unchanged. Planned 4th daily flight from 01JUN19 removed
Ho Chi Minh City – Fukuoka eff 31MAR19 Increase from 3 to 4 weekly, A321 operating
Ho Chi Minh City – Seoul Incheon
eff 01MAY19 Increase from 12 to 14 weekly
eff 01SEP19 VN408/409 787-9 replaces A350-900XWB

Ho Chi Minh City – Tokyo Narita eff 01JUL19 VN302/303 787-9 replaces A350-900XWB (Overall 1 daily each 787/A350)

Previously reported changes:
Hanoi – Sydney 06MAY19 – 30MAY19 Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly
Ho Chi Minh City – Busan eff 01AUG19 787-9 replaces A330, 1 daily
Ho Chi Minh City – Singapore eff 31MAR19 1 of 3 daily operated by A350-900XWB, replacing A321


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