Vietnam tourism images appear in Time Square
Update: Dec 08, 2021
(TITC) – On December 2, image of Vietnam’s land and people in a short video of Vietnam Airlines appeared on a giant LED screen outside the Thompson Reuters Building at Times Square of New York City, the USA.

Vietnam tourism images appear in Time Square. Photo Vietnam Airlines

The video also unveiled regular non-stop flights between Vietnam and the US which have been launched by Vietnam Airlines since November 28.

Times Square is famous as one of the busiest intersections in the world. Thompson Reuters Building attracts the attention of anyone passing through this intersection with the LED screen system of over 700m2 wide surrounding the building.

A host of famous tourist attractions have been introduced, including the mysterious Son Doong cave, vibrant Ho Chi Minh City, the unique Golden Bridge in Da Nang, Ha Long Bay, boat rowing in Ninh Binh Province. In addition, Vietnam’s culinary art has also been indotruced, enjoying a traditional noodle soup - Pho in Ha noi Capital.

Currently, Vietnam airlines is operating two flights per week between Ho Chi Minh City and San Francisco. It plans to increase the number of flights to seven per week as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic is fully brought under control and the reopening of regular international air routes is once again permitted. It also intends to launch additional routes connecting Los Angeles with Ha Noi or Ho Chi Minh City.

This is considered a historic milestone in the Vietnamese aviation industry as it opens up bright prospects to promote economic and cultural exchanges between the two countries.

The direct flight between Vietnam and the US will contribute to tightening diplomatic relations between the two countries, and promote economic, cultural, trade and tourism exchanges in the coming time.

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