aviation industry

Update news aviation industry

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam Airlines plans to expand its aircraft fleet to 120 in 2020 instead of 150 as envisaged in a Government-approved development strategy, as demand for air travel is lower than forecast.

Vietnam seeks aviation investment

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam is creating a framework to stimulate private investments in the aviation industry, as public-private partnerships for development of this sector has become a trend in the region.

Vietnam, Australia discuss sustainable mining efforts

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese and Australian experts and managers involved in mining held a workshop in Ha Noi yesterday (June 29) to discuss co-operation in sustainable mineral development.

Aviation sector attracts bankers

 VietNamNet Bridge – Injecting money into airlines is not the choice of short- term investors, but airlines’ shares are very attractive in the eyes of bankers, even though the ratio of profit of revenue is not high.

Voters protest new airport and want golf course axed

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many voters expressed their distress about the golf course to be built in Tan Son Nhat Airport and protested the plan to construct Long Thanh Airport in a meeting with National Assembly (NA) deputies in HCMC last week.

Vietnam seeks low-cost aircraft loans

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam wants to accept the Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol, an international convention that enables nations to access low-cost finance to develop its aviation.

US experts advise Vietnam how to lift aviation industry to new heights

 VietNamNet Bridge – There is room for further co-operation between the US and Viet Nam in developing aviation infrastructure, safety and security, industry officials said at a conference held on Wednesday in HCM City.