On the first day of the four-day National Day holiday, Noi Bai International Airport was busier than usual, with the number of passengers increasing by 20% compared to weekdays.
The airport, one of Vietnam’s largest airports, has made plans to ensure the best services for passengers during the holiday, which started from September 1-4.
According to the Noi Bai International Airport, there were 414 domestic flights to and from the airport in Hanoi, reaching 76,500 passengers, an increase of 20% compared to normal days.
Noi Bai International Airport has cooperated with local airlines and ground handling companies to closely follow the flight plan to ensure its best service to passengers at peak hours.
The check-in staff is busy serving customers.
On September 2, it is estimated to have ten domestic peak time frames, including four time frames between 6-7am, 7-8am, 8-9am, and 10-11am, and six ones from 12 to 18pm, of which each time frame has more than 2,000 passengers through the port.
There are three domestic peak time frames, ranging from 16-17pm, 19-20pm, 20-21pm, each time frame has more than 2,500 passengers through the airport.
Tran Quynh Nga, a resident from Tay Ho District, Hanoi said: “On the first day of the holiday, I’m afraid of a large number of travelers, so I come to check in two hours before the departure time. However, the number of passengers today is not as crowded as in the Summer and April 30 – May 1.
A foreign tourist is seeking flights on the information board.
Airport security staff guide people to the check-in counter.
Airport security forces regulate traffic at the departure hall of Noi Bai International Airport.
The parking area at Noi Bai International Airport is full on September 1.
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