Starting 15th November 2019, Bamboo Airways will be offering a new service between Cam Ranh Airport and Incheon Airport in Seoul. This new daily service marks the second international flight by Bamboo Airways operating out of Terminal 2 at Cam Ranh Airport, and also the 7th international airline connecting these two cities.

Bamboo Airways launches new serivce between Cam Ranh and Incheon

Seoul is the largest metropolis in South Korea, and one of the favorite destinations among Vietnamese travelers.  On the reverse, Cam Ranh and Nha Trang is also gaining popularity with the Korean travelers, with now 7 airlines in total including Bamboo Airways operating over 10 daily flights between Cam Ranh Airport and Korean destinations. Bamboo Airways complements the services by Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air, Korean Airlines, Jeju Air, Eastar Jet and T’way Air, currently flying this route.

Cam Ranh International Terminal (CRTC) is pleased to welcome Bamboo Airways on this route. “We are delighted to expand our partnership with Bamboo Airways, providing more capacity to this extremely popular destination. Needless to say, the Cam Ranh – Incheon route is the fastest growing route among our international network. We wish Bamboo Airways every success for their inaugural flight to Incheon, and look forward to expanding their connectivity options from Cam Ranh,” a statement by CRTC Management Board.

Flight schedule (7x per week):

QH492 Cam Ranh (CXR) 21:55 Departure → Incheon (ICN) 04:35 Arrival

QH493 Incheon (ICN) 05:30 Departure → Cam Ranh (CXR) 08:20 Arrival


About Bamboo Airways Co., Ltd

Inspired by the great national pride and endless motivation on every exploration journey, Bamboo Airways – a member of FLC Group – was officially established in 2017. The Carrier has a clear strategy to build a 5-star airline linking international markets to Vietnamese leisure destinations, and Vietnamese tourist spots to each other.
The Airline is currently operating 28 domestic and international routes, including international routes to Japan, South Korea and China (including Macao and Taiwan), planning to expand the network to 37-40 routes in 2019.
From the end of 2019, the Airline's fleet will reach 30 aircraft, which is aimed to grow to 100 by 2024, including modern Airbus A321neo, A320neo and Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
Bamboo Airways has carried out more than 15,000 absolutely safe flights, serving customers with 5-star-oriented service, with an average load factor of 90%, the OTP rate of 93.9%, the highest in the entire aviation industry of Vietnam in the first 9 months of 2019.
Discovering Vietnam and the world at an affordable price and friendly services originating from absolute hospitality is what the passengers can expect from Bamboo Airways, of which the motto is “More than just a flight!”. |


Cam Ranh International Terminal Information

The International Terminal (T2) at Cam Ranh Airport, recently celebrated its first Anniversary on June 30, 2019. In the first 12-months of operations, T2 handled 5.87 million passengers, reflecting an increase of 29.1% compared to the previous 12-month period. A total of 28 international airlines call onto T2 as of 30 June 2019. Designed based on Skytrax 4-Star international standards, T2 covers a total area of 50,500 sqm, made up of dedicated levels for departure and arrival processing. The terminal building has a unique architecture inspired by the shape of a swallow’s nest, native to the Khanh Hoa Province, and the waves of Nha Trang Bay - a signature representation of the South Central Coast. T2 has 4 aerobridges and 10 boarding gates, as well as advanced equipment systems supplied by prestigious international companies.
Due in part to the outstanding marketing efforts, CXR T2 is experiencing a boom in traffic. And in anticipation of greater demand, Cam Ranh International Terminal (CRTC) Joint Stock Company is embarking on capacity enhancement works to further increase its handling capabilities to match to the phenomenal growths. In 2018, CXR T2 is the fourth largest airport in Vietnam in terms of international passenger volume. |