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The flight is organized by the British Embassy Hanoi, British Consulate General HCMC and British Embassy Phnom Penh, in partnership with the Irish Embassy in Vietnam.
DETAILS OF FLIGHT:
Airline: Vietnam Airlines
Route: Phnom Penh – Hanoi – London
From Phnom Penh (VN6920): 0:05 AM Tuesday, 14 April 2020
From Hanoi (VN55): 02:50 AM Tuesday, 14 April 2020
Cost: Approx 1230 VND
Deadline to buy tickets – Extended to 3:00 pm on Sunday, 12 April,2020.
This flight is open to people of all nationalities with the right UK visa, even though British and Irish
nationals would be prioritised.
HOW TO BOOK:
In-person at a local Vietnam Airlines branch:
Please check the address of your local Vietnam Airlines branch on this site (https://www.vietnamairlines.com/vn/en/support/vietnam-branches), and call to check if they are open.
>From Phnom Penh: PNH-HAN (VN6920)
> From Hanoi: HAN-LHR (VN55)
Please note that this is a special commercial flight. It can only go ahead if there is sufficient number of passengers. If there is not enough demand, the flight would not leave, and refunds would be given by Vietnam Airlines.
Should you have any additional questions, if you are in Vietnam, contact:
> Social media: @UKinVietnam
> Email: [email protected]
> Hotline: +84 (0) 936 301 682 or +84 (0) 24 3936 0500
If you are in Cambodia, please email [email protected]
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