Typhoon No. 4 (Noru), which was weakening and becoming a tropical depression, allowed Vietnam Airlines to resumed operations at the airports: Vinh (Nghe An), Phu Bai (Hue), Da Nang, Phu Cat (Quy Nhon), Buon Me Thuot, Lien Khuong (Da Lat), Tuy Hoa (Phu Yen), and Dong Hoi (Quang Binh).

(updated at 13:00 on September 28, 2022)

Between Hanoi - Vinh: VN1717, VN1718

Between Hanoi - Dong Hoi: VN 1590, VN1591

Between Hanoi - Da Nang: VN167, VN168, VN171, VN172, VN175, VN181, VN182, VN185, VN189, VN190

Between Hanoi - Tuy Hoa: VN1650, VN1651

Between Hanoi - Buon Ma Thuot: VN1604, VN1605

Between Hanoi - Da Lat: VN1572, VN1573, VN1574, VN1575

Between Ho Chi Minh City - Vinh: VN1262, VN1263, VN1270, VN1271

Between Ho Chi Minh City - Hue: VN1378, VN1379, VN7370, VN7371

Between HCMC - Da Nang: VN128, VN129, VN132, VN133, VN134, VN133, VN134, VN135, VN137, VN7134, VN7142, VN7143

Between HCMC - Quy Nhon: VN1394, VN1395, VN1396, VN1397

Between HCMC - Tuy Hoa: VN1660, VN1661

Between Ho Chi Minh City - Buon Ma Thuot: VN1414, VN1415

Between Ho Chi Minh City - Da Lat: VN1384, VN1385

Furthermore, the airline will increase flights and bring in Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 wide-body aircraft as quickly as possible to help affected passengers. In order to get at the airport on time for check-in, Vietnam Airlines advises passengers to monitor the impact of post-storm circulation on local traffic.

Vietnam Airlines will continue to monitor the weather condition and will provide an update in the upcoming email. Changes resulting from inclement weather will be posted by the Vietnam Airlines on its fanpage, website, or by texting the phone number or email address that consumers enter when reserving tickets.

Passengers can call the hotline at 1900 1100, the Vietnam Airlines’ Facebook page at: Vietnam Airlines, or Zalo at: for 24/7 for direct help. Customers can also get in touch with box office, agents of Vietnam Airlines for more information.