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Vingroup abruptly abandons Vinpearl Air projecticon
BUSINESS14/01/20200

Vingroup abruptly abandons Vinpearl Air project

Vingroup announced today, January 14, to call off its project to set up Vinpearl Air even though the Ministry of Planning and Investment had just sent this project to the prime minister for approval, the local media reported.

 
Infrastructure underdevelopment hinders Vietnam's aviation industryicon

Infrastructure underdevelopment hinders Vietnam's aviation industry

BUSINESS
19/12/2019

Twenty two airports in Vietnam have the capacity equal to one airport in Thailand or Singapore. The overloaded infrastructure is affecting the aviation and tourism industries.

Hanoi-HCM City among world busiest air routesicon

Hanoi-HCM City among world busiest air routes

TRAVEL
17/12/2019

The Hanoi-HCM City air route has become one of the world’s busiest air routes while the overloading problems still haven't been solved.

Vietnamese air carriers eye opportunities of direct flight to the USicon

Vietnamese air carriers eye opportunities of direct flight to the US

BUSINESS
12/12/2019

The Ministry of Transport held a roundtable to discuss the possibility of direct flights to the US, and the opportunities and challenges facing the Vietnamese aviation sector.

Aviation service market promisingicon

Aviation service market promising

BUSINESS
09/12/2019

The number of aircraft in Vietnam and Asia Pacific is expected to double in the next 20 years, increasing demand for aviation services.

Sturdy regulations to aid air transport funding prospectsicon

Sturdy regulations to aid air transport funding prospects

BUSINESS
07/12/2019

After several hopeful years, new legal improvements on air carriages and airport enterprises will take effect from early next year. 

Foreign groups grasp more aviation controlicon

Foreign groups grasp more aviation control

FEATURE
06/12/2019

Buoyed by the upcoming increase in foreign ownership limit, international investors will be offered expanded opportunities to explore the lucrative Vietnamese aviation industry. 

Bamboo Airways set to receive first Dreamlinericon

Bamboo Airways set to receive first Dreamliner

BUSINESS
05/12/2019

Bamboo Airways will receive its first wide-body Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner at Noi Bai International Airport in December, the first of many such aircraft to join its fleet at the end of 2019 and early 2020.

Bamboo Airways most punctual in ten monthsicon

Bamboo Airways most punctual in ten months

TRAVEL
26/11/2019

The newest carrier Bamboo Airways on-time performance rate reached 93.9% in the first ten months of this year, the highest among domestic airlines.

Promising land of on-ground airport services in Vietnamicon

Promising land of on-ground airport services in Vietnam

BUSINESS
09/10/2019

The new players to the aviation market are also setting eyes on the hugely profitable on-ground airport services.

Vietnamese aviation market under double pressureicon

Vietnamese aviation market under double pressure

BUSINESS
03/10/2019

The Vietnamese aviation market grew slowly in the first half of 2019, falling far short of the double-digit average growth in 2013-2018.

Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet fear they may lose market share to newcomersicon

Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet fear they may lose market share to newcomers

BUSINESS
02/10/2019

Both Vietnam Airlines and Vietjet have had to change their policy on air tickets for the 2020 Tet season because of the presence of Bamboo Airways, a ‘rookie’ in the aviation market.

More airlines are operating, but challenges lie aheadicon

More airlines are operating, but challenges lie ahead

BUSINESS
09/09/2019

Six airlines have licenses to operate, while two airlines have applied for licenses at state management agencies.

Airlines cancel flights amid storm Municon

Airlines cancel flights amid storm Mun

SOCIETY
04/07/2019

Many flights have been cancelled or delayed on July 3 and 4 due to the storm Mun.

Airlines, railways and buses add transport capacity for holidaysicon

Airlines, railways and buses add transport capacity for holidays

SOCIETY
24/04/2019

Vietnam Airlines will have an additional 78,000 seats on international and domestic routes during the Reunification Day and Labour Day holidays.