The airport in the centre of the city that previously provided domestic air connections was closed as of May 2004 and the new Cam Ranh airport situated 35kms south of the city took over as the chief airport.

Currently only domestic flights operate to and from the airport with Vietnam Airlines providing the services.
International visitors can fly into Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh airport then take a connecting domestic flight to Cam Ranh airport. Alternatively, visitors can go from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh to Dalat airport then travel by road from Dalat to Nha Trang.
Services at the airport are adequate but are somewhat limited due to the airport’s size. Ground transportation options include buses, taxis and hire car.
Most of you will flight to Vietnam, because it’s the fast way to get there of course. When you decide to enter the country, you have to check Vietnamese embassy in you home country. Some country doesn’t have to apply visa if they stay less than 15days. Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland are supported.
The visa fee depends on each embassy in that country, it should be something $40-$50 USD per person and single entry. Double entry will cost you more, unless you want to travel to some other country and back to Vietnam again. Single entry with one month should be enough for most tourists. I usually apply for six months, although maybe i stay three months or less. In that case I only need to rebook the ticket, no big deal. I recommend you take Thai Airways (if you can) and after that flight to Vietnam. It’s because the Thai Airway have a very good service (i must admit that) and not expensive.
Vietnam Airlines may operate in some countries but I don’t think it’s worth the price ( you may save $30 but the food and services in Thai Airways is too good to beat). There are some airlines that run their business in Vietnam, both in and out of the country

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