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In a letter to workers Chief Executive Guillaume Faury said the firm's existence was now threatened.

Vietjet inks deal with Airbus to order 20 A321XLR aircraft

Vietjet and aircraft manufacturer Airbus on October 31 signed a contract for 20 brand-new A321XLR aircraft.

Aviation manufacturing industry finds opportunity in niche markets

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s aviation manufacturing industry is pursuing niche markets by targeting the tourism sector, Nguyen Duc Cuong, chair of the Vietnam Aerospace Association (VASA), has said. 

Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK

 Airbus has warned it could leave the UK if the country exits the European Union single market and customs union without a transition deal.

Airbus, Vietnam Airlines provide transport of medical equipment

 The Airbus Foundation and the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines jointly have carried 31 kidney dialysis machines and medical equipment to Hanoi Nephorology Hospital.

What’s behind Vietjet’s order of 100 Boeing 737 Max?

VietNamNet Bridge - The contract worth $11.3 billion signed between Vietjet Air, Vietnam’s only private airline, and Boeing, the US aircraft manufacturer, has caught the special attention of  the media around the world.

Aircraft maintenance center: Russia chooses Thailand, not Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is capable of meeting the requirements to establish an aircraft maintenance center, but it has not put forward the idea. 

Should Vietnam develop an aerospace industry?

VietNamNet Bridge - It will take Vietnam hundreds of years to develop an aerospace industry of its own, experts say.

VN firm seeks to supply Airbus parts

 VietNamNet Bridge – Aerospace Engineering Services JSC (AESC), a Vietnamese joint stock company, has proposed joining with the Vietnamese Government to develop the country's aviation industry, with support from the Airbus Group.

Vietnamese company to partner with Airbus to produce aircraft spare parts

 The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam recently proposed that the Ministry of Transport recommend Aerospace Engineering Services JSC to be Airbus Group’s partner in building a facility to produce spare parts for aircraft.

Could Vietnam become a regional aircraft maintenance center?

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam will have to struggle for years to build an aircraft manufacturing industry, but it could become a regional maintenance center in the near future, experts say.

Vietnam’s ‘aircraft dream’ still far away

VietNamNet Bridge - The distance between the dream and reality of an aircraft industry in VIetnam is very wide, experts say.

Vietnam dreams of manufacturing aircraft

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s aviation industry could take off if the cooperation commitments from Airbus’ President come true.

Vietnam joins Boeing, Airbus industry supply chains

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam has joined the global production chains of world’s most reputable aircraft manufacturers – Boeing and Airbus – by providing low-value parts and accessories.

VietJetAir orders 63 Airbus aircraft

 VietNamNet Bridge - Initially VietJetAir planed to buy 62 aircraft but it has just increased the number to 63.

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The noisiest commercial affairs in 2013

 VietNamNet Bridge – The commercial affairs worth hundreds of millions or billions of dollars were contracted in 2013.

Vietjet Air pays $800 million to purchase GE engines

VietNamNet Bridge - After signing a contract worth more than $9 billion with Airbus in late September, Vietjet Air signed a $800 contract to buy engines of the General Electric (GE) & Snecma yesterday.

Vietnam's ties with Airbus continue to strengthen

 Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang had a working session with Airbus President and CEO Fabrice Bregier in Ha Noi on Thursday.

How can Vietjet Air arrange $9.1 billion to buy 100 aircrafts?

In order to have money for the 100 Airbuses, VietjetAir will have to seek capital from different channels, including the export credit financing, commercial loans from foreign banks or initial public offering.