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Vinpearl CEO Vũ Tuyết Hằng and CEO and Vice President of Bamboo Airways Đặng Tất Thắng at the signing ceremony. – Photo courtesy of Vingroup

HÀ NỘI – The hotel industry Vinpearl and the aviation company Bamboo Airways on Thursday signed a strategic partnership pact to improve the tourism sector.

The two companies will provide first-class and convenient services to customers in order to develop the domestic tourism sector and attract more foreign visitors to Viet Nam.

Tourists can have access to high quality vacation packages that allow them to stay at Vinpearl facilities in Nha Trang, Phú Quốc, Nẵng and Hội An and travel in modern, highly efficient and comfortable Bamboo Airways planes.

The two companies will also launch new international routes to explore overseas markets in Australia, Japan, South Korea, Russia and China.

Vinpearl and Bamboo Airways are working on setting up an international golf tournament in Viet Nam as they want to offer customers additional options and improve their brand image.

The partnership is expected to encourage the growth of other aviation-tourism alliances and further improve the domestic tourism sector.

Vinpearl, the hotel subsidiary of the Vingroup conglomerate, is one of the largest providers of entertainment and accommodation services in Việt Nam.

The company operates 45 facilities in 17 provinces and cities, including 35 hotels with more than 17,200 rooms, four amusement parks, two reservation parks and four golf courses.

The aviation company Bamboo Airways is a member of the real estate developer FLC Group. The company explores 41 international and national routes with 28 modern aircraft.

The company has the highest punctuality rate in the aviation industry with 94.4% of its flights departing on time.

In 2020, Bamboo Airways plans to increase the number of all its routes to 85, including 25 international and 60 domestic routes, and to increase the number of planes to 50. – VNS


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