airports in vietnam
PM Pham Minh Chinh has just approved a proposal from Haiphong authorities on developing Tien Lang Airport, which would be its second international airport following Cat Bi, in order to serve the city's socio-economic development.
The authority of Quang Nam Province has proposed that private investors be allowed to participate in the construction, management and operation of Chu Lai airport, similar to the investment model adopted for Van Don airport in Quang Ninh Province.
The Ministry of Transport has removed Gia Lam Airport in Hanoi out of the local civil airport plan.
The 21 airports in Vietnam are overloaded with the number of passengers estimated to increase to over 112 million this year against a capacity of 96.05 million.
Long Thanh International Airport, one of Vietnam’s key projects, will make use of the most advanced technologies to reach the service quality and flying safety standards of the world's leading airports.
Phu Cat Airport in Binh Dinh Province is finishing preparations to serve its first international flight in September this year.