Conference on developing international flights in Phu Quoc


On October 25, 1977, at the conference on solutions to attract tourists to Phu Quoc by the General Department of Tourism in coordination with the People's Committee of Kien Giang province. The conference was chaired by Mr. Nguyen Van Tuan, Director General of Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and Mr. Mai Van Huynh, Vice Chairman of the People's Committee. Representatives of Phu Quoc International Airport included Nguyen Minh Dong and Nguyen Quoc Hung as well as the general manager of major hotels in Phu Quoc and tour operators. The workshop was very active and the result was a great success.

In order to promote the image of Phu Quoc, in the witness of the leaders of the General Department of Tourism and the People's Committee of Kien Giang province, leaders of major hotels agreed to proceed to establish a fund. The book supports marketing and marketing, an important factor in promoting tourism, sharing photos, culture and people of Phu Quoc to the world.


n addition, Phu Quoc International Airport has agreed to work closely with the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism in the near future, and at the same time, the Port is committed to providing maximum support and facilitating more international flights. To Phu Quoc, contributing to economic development and tourism of the locality.

Recently, Bangkok Airways has launched four Bangkok - Phu Quoc flights on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.

Accordingly, Italy's Neos Air will begin operating charter flights from Milan to Phu Quoc on Wednesday with its 250-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Neos will bring 4,000 passengers to Ngoc Phu Quoc Island in the near future.

Currently, Phu Quoc International Airport operates four domestic routes (to Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Hai Phong, Can Tho) and international flights to Shenzhen (China), Guangzhou (China) Kunming (China), Incheon (Korea), Sheremetyevo and Koltsovo (Russia), Stockholm (Sweden), London (England), Helsinki (Finland).


Some images launching Phu Quoc flights - Bangkok