QUANG NINH, Vietnam, March 24, 2020 / PRNewswire / – As COVID-19 The pandemic continues. Many Vietnamese who study or work abroad have decided to return home in the past few days. Different airports in Vietnam, including Van Don International Airport in Quang Ninhare ready to receive the returning passengers.
According to the statistics of Vietnam Ministry of Public Security, by March 14th to 19th, more than 121,000 foreigners and about 84,000 Vietnamese leave and enter Vietnam via airports and land border gates.
By doing past six days (March 18-23), Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi Has receive around 7,500 passengers (foreigners and Vietnamese) are affected by the epidemics Regions. Meanwhile, Tan Son Nhat International Airport is in Ho Chi Minh City received 1,300 to 1,700 people every day (statistics updated on 19th March).
Since March 18, 2020, Vietnam temporarily suspended the issuing of visas for foreigners for a period of 30 days.
In addition to the two largest cities in the country Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city, other airports in Vietnam have also had flights from areas affected by the epidemic in the past few weeks.
Of February 1 to March 23, Van Don International Airport in the northeastern province Quang Ninh has received 24 flights from regions affected by epidemics such as Wuhan (China), South Korea, Japan and several European countries with a total of 3,526 passengers, including around 345 foreign visitors, all welcome.
Van Don is Vietnam newest airport and also the first private airport in the country. Located in Quang Ninh Near Halong Bay, Sun Group, one of them, developed the airport Vietnam Leading companies in resort development, tourism and entertainment.
consequences Noi Bai (Hanoi) and Tan Son Nhat Van Don International Airport (HCMC) has received most travelers from some of the United States regions affected by epidemics. Thanks to its state-of-the-art facilities, state-of-the-art systems and carefully planned arrival processes, the Vietnamese government specially selected the airport to receive flights that are intended to help Vietnamese citizens living abroad to return home.
The airport has put in place a strict process to receive guests safely by creating an outdoor area Arrivals Zone to ensure that normal operations in the terminal can continue.
Airplanes park in a remote area corresponding, far from the main terminal. A bus then takes passengers to an area where medical personnel check their bodies Temperatures. The passengers can then fill out an electronic medical declaration before proceeding to complete the Immigration and customs procedures. After they are deleted, passengers can take hers baggage and get on military vehicles, the passengers and theirs baggage directly to an isolation zone.
“To get flights from China, Korea and more recently Europe at Van Don International Airport, We have carefully planned and implemented processes and procedures to avoid cross-contamination of employees and other passengers, ”said Mr. Pham Ngoc Sau – Director of Van Don International Airport.
According to Mr. Sau, the airport made every effort during the implementation process to shorten the entire arrival process for each flight from one flight per hour to three flights in two hours.
Although flight schedule information is usually only updated two to three hours in advance, and flights from the regions affected by epidemics often land at midnight or early Van Don International Airport in the morning managed A 24-hour service that welcomes guests in an emergency.
Because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemicMany countries restrict entry and even include borders and many airlines Vietnam have also announced the suspension of all international routes until April, 30th. With many more Vietnamese likely to be returned in the coming days, Sun Group’s Van Don International Airport staff will continue to take responsibility for welcoming their fellow countrymen and using the safest procedures.
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