Vietnam Airlines promotes Hanoi’s image in Australia
Update: May 04, 2010
The national flag carrier, Vietnam Airlines, has got together with several major Australian tourism companies to launch a tourism campaign. According to the airlines office in Australia’s largest city, Sydney, the campaign aims to promote Hanoi’s image before its forthcoming 1,000th anniversary, was built on the price for two people tickets including flights and land services.

Currently, Australian tourism companies are working with hotels, resorts and tourist agencies in Vietnam to effectively carry out the campaign from April 9 to June 30.

According to Vincent Le, the Executive Director of Advance Australia, a leading tour operator, the price of two-people tickets, Vietnam Airlines offers to visitors from Sydney and Melbourne, are very attractive.

In 2009, the airlines office linked up with an Australian media company to launch a quiz on Hanoi. The winners will be awarded free business class tickets in March and April this year before they visit Vietnam for Hanoi’s 1,000th birthday.

The national flag carrier operates eight direct flights per week to Sydney and Melbourne and plans to increase the number in the future to meet the demands of overseas Vietnamese.