Yes, you can travel to Vietnam with a Vietnam e-Visa even if you have a connecting flight through another country. However, there is no definitive answer or statement that applies to all situations, as whether you need to apply for a visa for transit in Vietnam depends on each specific case.
To transit through Vietnam via an international airport in Vietnam, travelers may need a transit visa, depending on their nationality and the length of their layover in Vietnam. Passengers who fully meet the following conditions are allowed to transit in Vietnam. These conditions include having a passport with at least 6 months of validity, a suitable ticket to a third country, and a visa for the third country, unless the traveler is exempt from visas.
If your layover in Vietnam is less than 24 hours and you remain within the transit areas, you can transit Vietnam without a visa, provided that the transit areas are managed by the competent agencies at the international border gates. The transit areas are usually the international airports if you are traveling by air and the international seaports if you are on a cruise.
However, if your layover in Vietnam is longer than 24 hours or you leave the transit areas to collect your luggage or take a short tour, you will need to obtain a visa. Vietnam Immigration Services boasts a team of highly skilled professionals with years of experience in providing efficient e-visa services to travelers. By completing the visa application process on our website, travelers can get their Vietnam e-visa quickly and easily.