Vietnamese carrier Bamboo Airways is all set to implement a series of changes in its flight schedule and policies starting from August 2023.
According to the airline, these adjustments are a part of the airline’s ongoing efforts to restructure its fleet, optimize resources, and enhance operational efficiency, all while striving for sustainable development.
Diversified fleet operations
As part of the restructuring process, Bamboo Airways will continue to operate a diverse fleet of three aircraft types, each serving a specific purpose. The wide-body Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner offers long-haul capabilities, ensuring comfortable and efficient travel for international flights.
On the other hand, the narrow-body Airbus A320/321 is ideal for medium-haul routes, providing flexibility and reliability.
Additionally, the regional jet Embraer will cater to shorter distances, enabling the airline to reach destinations with smaller runways.
Flight schedule adjustments
The upcoming changes in the flight schedule are aimed at maximizing operational efficiency and minimizing resource wastage.
By fine-tuning flight frequencies on certain routes, Bamboo Airways aims to ensure a smoother travel experience for passengers while optimizing the utilization of its fleet.
These adjustments will also play a significant role in reducing the airline’s carbon footprint, aligning with its commitment to sustainable practices.
Alongside the flight schedule changes, Bamboo Airways is also introducing upgraded policies to better support its customers and strengthen its partnerships, both locally and globally.
These policy enhancements will ensure that the interests of all stakeholders, including passengers and partners, are safeguarded.
Understanding the importance of clear communication during times of change, Bamboo Airways said that it is committed to transparently communicating all the details of the updated flight schedule and policies to its partners and passengers.
Their latest advice goes on to relay the carrier’s sincere apology to passengers whose flights may be affected by the temporary adjustments.
The airline acknowledged the inconvenience caused and is determined to provide the utmost support and assistance to affected passengers, in strict adherence to aviation regulations.
About Bamboo Airways
Bamboo Airways is a Vietnamese airline founded in 2017. It commenced operations in January 2019, and is following the “hybrid airline” model, which combines elements of low-cost and full-service carriers.
The airline is owned by FLC Group Joint Stock Company and Him Lam Corporation. Its headquarters are in Hanoi, Vietnam, and its hubs are Noi Bai International Airport, Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Phu Quoc International Airport, Lien Khuong Airport, and Cat Bi International Airport.
Bamboo Airways offers flights to domestic destinations in Vietnam, as well as to international destinations in the United Kingdom, China, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. The airline also plans to launch flights to the United States and Europe in the future.