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Air New Zealand to fly Dreamliner for second Vietnam season

September 26, 2016 Aviation No Comments Print Print Email Email

Air New Zealand has confirmed it will operate a second season of non-stop services between Auckland and Vietnam from June to October next year and this time passengers will be able to enjoy the comfort of the airline’s state of the art Dreamliner aircraft.

For the 2017 season, Air New Zealand will operate two non-stop services a week from Auckland to Ho Chi Minh City using the 302 seat Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner offering a choice of lie flat Business Premier, Premium Economy, Economy and Economy Skycouch™ seating options. 

Air New Zealand Chief Sales and Commercial Officer Cam Wallace says Kiwi travellers who’ve experienced the non-stop service to Vietnam this season are hugely enthusiastic about the destination. 

“Ho Chi Minh City in the south is a great gateway to Vietnam’s tourism experience which includes great food, fascinating history, charming French influence and 3,000 kilometres of coastline to explore.” 

Air New Zealand’s 2017 Vietnam season will operate between 24 June and 25 October, tickets are on sale now with a lead in Economy fare of $734 one way.

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