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Khanh Hoa Customs conducts customs clearance for first international tourists holding vaccination passports

09:59 | 30/11/2021

VCN – The 43 first international tourists holding vaccination passports on a Bamboo Airways flight arrived at Cam Ranh International Airport in Khanh Hoa province on November 25.

Khanh Hoa Customs receives foreign visitors after nearly two years Khanh Hoa Customs receives foreign visitors after nearly two years
Khanh Hoa Customs makes great efforts to implement customs clearance for rescue flights and collect revenue Khanh Hoa Customs makes great efforts to implement customs clearance for rescue flights and collect revenue
Khanh Hoa Customs conducts customs clearance for first international tourists holding vaccination passports
An officer at Cam Ranh International Airport Customs Branch processes customs procedures for passengers. Photo: N.T

The first group of international tourists with “vaccine passports” arrivat in Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa province, are overseas Vietnamese with US and Canadian nationalities on flight number QH9451 of Bamboo Airways from Incheon International Airport, South Korea to Cam Ranh International Airport.

After landing, passengers moved along a separate lane to carry out immigration procedures and undergo a health check at the airport and stayed at Vinpearl Resort & Spa Long Beach Nha Trang.

Khanh Hoa Customs conducts customs clearance for first international tourists holding vaccination passports
The first international tourists holding vaccination passports arrive to Nha Trang. Photo: N.T

These international passengers will stay in Khanh Hoa for seven days, go on a self-contained tour at some tourist attractions that have been allowed to welcome international visitors in Nha Trang city, then they will go through procedures to visit their relatives.

According to Khanh Hoa Department of Tourism, it is expected that the province will welcome about 9,350 international tourists in the remaining months of the year.

By Le Thu/ Ngoc Loan