Direct flights to Hanoi
Hanoi offers a perfect mix of history and modernity – in our guide you can find out all you need to know about the destination. You also find all direct flights to the airport of Hanoi.
Noibai International is a medium sized and second largest airport in Viet Nam. In total there are 65 airports with direct flights to Hanoi from 25 different countries and 2 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for Vietnam Airlines. You can easily reach Hanoi with daily non-stop flights from 17 other major hubs like Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam Airlines), Da Nang (Vietnam Airlines) and Guangzhou (China Southern).
Non-stop routes to HAN:
Imagine a city where the exotic chic of old Asia blends with the dynamic face of new Asia. Where the medieval and modern co-exist. A city with a blend of Parisian grace and Asian pace, an architectural museum piece evolving in harmony with its history. Hanoi is where imagination becomes reality.
Hanoi is Vietnam’s capital and its second largest city. An exciting blend of its historical past and a dynamic modern city, Hanoi is a fusion of colonial mansions, tree-lined boulevards, beautiful parks and the buzzing of thousands of motorbikes. Less developed and more charming and relaxed than Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi has a French elegance with a great café culture and a sense of the old world.
Find a direct flight to Hanoi
Well served by airlines from across the globe, Vietnam's capital Hanoi is one of the Far East's most exciting cities. If you are looking for a direct flight to Noibai International, which is the name of the airport in Hanoi, this is available from more than 60 airports worldwide. Among the links below you find some of the airports with the most frequent direct connections to Hanoi – check out your airport of choice to find all flight options.
- Direct flights from Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) to Hanoi (HAN)
- Direct flights from Seoul (ICN) to Hanoi (HAN)
- Direct flights from Bangkok (BKK) to Hanoi (HAN)
- Direct flights from Singapore (SIN) to Hanoi (HAN)
- Direct flights from Tokyo (NRT) to Hanoi (HAN)
- Direct flights from Paris (CDG) to Hanoi (HAN)
- Direct flights from Frankfurt (FRA) to Hanoi (HAN)
What to see in Hanoi
Head to the Old Quarter where ancient buildings dating back to the 11th century blend with grand French colonial palaces, pagodas and temples. The oldest temple in Hanoi is believed to be the Bach Ma Temple and was built by King Ly Thai To to commemorate a white horse which led him to the site where he built the city walls.
For a beautiful example of the traditional houses in the Old Quarter, visit 87 Ma May, a restored 19th century house with a lovely courtyard. One of the most interesting houses in the Old Quarter is the Memorial House, a former Merchants house with fine décor where you can buy some traditional Vietnamese crafts.
Situated on an island on Hoan Kiem Lake is Hanoi’s most popular temple Ngoc Son Temple which is accessed by crossing the Huc Bridge from the shore and boasts a beautiful and tranquil setting. A visit to the World Heritage listed Halong Bay is also recommended.
This stunning bay with turquoise seas and dotted with over 2000 limestone islands is perfect for cruising onboard a traditional Chinese Junk boat where you can explore the caves and grottos and enjoy a refreshing swim.
How to find cheap flight to Hanoi
If you're looking for the best deals and cheapest flights to Hanoi, Vietnam, we recommend that you book early and use our flight search comparison tool. Cheap flights are usually available throughout the year, however the best fares on low cost flights tend to be found outside of the busiest times of year to travel. If you need to travel at short notice, we can also find you the best value last minute flights.
Hanoi features a warm humid subtropical climate with plentiful precipitation. The city experiences the typical climate of northern Vietnam, where summers are hot and humid, and winters are, by national standards, relatively cool and dry. Summers, lasting from May to September, are hot and humid, receiving the majority of the annual 1,680 millimeters of rainfall. The winters are short, relatively dry, and mild, while spring can bring light rains.