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Vietnam Airlines to Increase Carry-On Allowance

Beginning on 1 August, economy passengers on Vietnam Airlines will be permitted to bring carry-on luggage up to 12kg, up from the current 7kg. Passengers that opt for premium economy will be permitted carry-ons up to 18kg. Additionally, the national flag carrier will update other checked baggage policies beginning on 1 August, and the airline is urging travellers to check baggage policies on their flights.

Hai Au Launches Da Nang-Dong Hoi Flights

The new sightseeing flights were launched to coincide with the 2019 Quang Binh Cave Festival, which will run from 20 July to 20 August. Passengers on Hai Au’s Cessna Grand Caravans can reduce their travel time between the two destinations from 6-7 hours to just 70 minutes by air. Service will be offered on Thursday and Sunday, and in addition to the convenience of this flights, passengers can take in the stunning scenery of the central Vietnamese coastline.

Laos Launches Online Visa Applications

In July, Laos officially launched online applications for tourist visas. Travellers need to provide documents, pay a $15 premium in addition to the standard visa fee, and can download and print official approval letters after three business days. Additionally, seven entry points to the country will open eVisa priority lanes, including Wattay International Airport in Vientiane and Luang Prabang International Airport. Other types of visas are set to be available online in the future.

Bagan Inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List

The ancient city was officially inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List on 6 July at a meeting of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. Bagan is Myanmar’s second site to be named as a World Heritage, joining the Pyu Ancient Cities which were inscribed in 2014. The successful naming of Bagan as a World Heritage follows an unsuccessful application in 1996.


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