Vietnam Airlines has operated two repatriation flights to Germany.
These flights were sponsored by the German government and jointly organised by German ministry of foreign affairs and Vietnam Airlines.
They took place on April 6th and 8th, with the latter also transporting medical supplies from Vietnam to Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom to help mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
The flights, which were operated on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, carried nearly 600 German and EU passengers to Frankfurt.
Services provided for passengers and cargo transportation had to strictly comply with the pandemic prevention and control regulations.
All flight crew members were equipped with medical protective gear.
Before boarding, body temperature and health checks, as well as interviews, were conducted for all passengers.
The passengers were required to wear face masks for the entirety of the flights.