Vietnam is set to open its first store in Japan, and the airline is looking to expand its international operations, The New York Times reports.
The airline plans to open the first Viet-inspired store in Tokyo in the fall.
The airline will also open its second store in Beijing in the coming months, and a third in Singapore, the Times reports, citing the airline’s vice president of international sales.
As for the new markets, Vietnam will be opening up to a total of five stores in Tokyo, Beijing, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo, the airline says.
Vietnam Airlines is the country’s largest domestic carrier.
It operates flights to the U.S., Japan, Canada, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and other Asian destinations.