FedEx Express expands network in Vietnam with flights to Hanoi

A new route has been introduced to connect the FedEx APAC Hub in Guangzhou, China with Hanoi. This new route from the world's largest express transportation company, is enhancing its services into and out of the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi. This new route would be connecting the city of Hanoi to the FedEx APAC Hub in Guangzhou, China.


 

A new route has been introduced to connect the FedEx APAC Hub in Guangzhou, China with Hanoi. This new route from the world’s largest express transportation company, is enhancing its services into and out of the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi. This new route would be connecting the city of Hanoi to the FedEx APAC Hub in Guangzhou, China.

 

This new route will significantly improve transit times for all inbound flights to Hanoi, and enable next-business-day delivery within Asia for the first time. This new route will use a dedicated B-757 freighter flying four times a week to and from Hanoi. Vietnam exporters shipping from Hanoi will benefit from the best transit time for shipments to major business centers in Asia, including China, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, in just one business day. Shipments to Europe and North America will arrive in two business days. For all shipments to Hanoi, transit times are reduced by one business day. Shipments from Europe will reach Hanoi in two business days, and shipments from North America arriving in three business days.

 

“FedEx has been serving Vietnam since 1994 and was the first international express transportation company to operate its own flights into and out of the country,” said Karen Reddington, president, Asia Pacific, FedEx Express. “Today, Vietnam is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. We are seeing the rapid development of manufacturing and high-tech industries, a surge in e-commerce, and a growing demand for healthcare services and products. The service enhancements delivered with this new flight will support the further development of businesses in Vietnam by giving them better, faster access to global markets.”