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Boeing, the world’s leading aerospace company based in the US, are accelerating cooperation with Vietnamese suppliers and universities to provide a foundation for long-term industrial growth.

Vietnamese enterprises join Boeing’s supply chain

The value of products made in Vietnam for Boeing over the last few years was a relatively modest $200 million, Micheal Vu Nguyen, Boeing Country Director in Vietnam, said at a meeting between the Prime Minister and FIEs held several days ago.

Tourism booms, Vietnam needs more aircraft

According to a representative of Boeing Vietnam, the Southeast Asian market needs about 4,000 new aircraft, of which Vietnam is the country that needs the most aircraft.

Bamboo Airways inks deals with SR Technics, Boeing

Bamboo Airways on February 16 inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with SR Technics and an agreement with Boeing Digital Solutions, and discussed the purchase of the aerospace company’s new aircraft.

Boeing opens first office in Vietnam

The Boeing Company has opened its new office in Vietnam’s capital of Hanoi, the first office of the U.S. plane manufacturer in Vietnam, reflecting the continued importance of the region to the company.

Boeing to bring more technologies to local airlines

To cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, Boeing has sped up its ecoDemonstrator programme to support its partner airlines, including those in Vietnam.

Vietnam commits to buy US$3 billion farm produce to balance trade with US

The import staples include cow, wheat, fruit, corn, soy, and animal feed which will be purchased in the next two to three years.

Aviation service market promising

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

Vietnam’s aircraft fleet expected to quadruple by 2038: Boeing

Vietnam has witnessed strong growth in the aviation industry over the past five years, with the number of air passengers increasing threefold and its airline fleet doubling. 

Flight delayed after VN Airlines plane damaged by airstair

A ladder car, while approaching a Boeing 787 aircraft operated by Vietnam Airlines, punctured the body of the plane on August 22, resulting in the cancelation of a flight from HCMC to Japan’s Osaka.

 

Vietnam aerospace industry taking off

Vietnam has become increasingly appealing to global aerospace component manufacturers given the favorable internal and external conditions.

Boeing will cut 737 Max production as it works to get plane back in the air

 Boeing is cutting its 737 Max production rate as the company works to return the plane to flight.

Boeing will keep building new 737 Max planes as it scrambles to get them back in the air

 As Boeing works to restore its troubled 737 Max fleet to service, it will continue building the planes. But it will temporarily stop delivering 737 Max jets to airlines as Boeing determines what caused two of those planes to crash

Making aircraft doors for Boeing 777 aircraft: a profitable venture?

VietNamNet Bridge - Doors and flaps just account for 1-2 percent of total value of an aircraft. If Vietnam manufactures these items and joins the production chain, its earnings will be small. 

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. 

Dubai Airshow: Boeing wins $15bn order from Emirates

 Boeing kicked off the first day of the Dubai Airshow by announcing the first big sales news of the five-day event.

Boeing helped finance bailout of Monarch Airlines in 2016: FT

 Boeing Co had pumped in more than 100 million pounds ($130 million) into Britain’s Monarch Airlines which collapsed last week, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

Boeing sees strong interest in potential new 737 model

 Boeing (BA.N) has received strong interest in a potential new member of its best-selling 737 aircraft range, the planemaker's new commercial chief said on Sunday.

Vietnam’s goal of being producers for Boeing, Airbus dashed

VietNamNet Bridge - Both Airbus and Boeing have chosen China to build airplane assembling factories.

How a border tax could divide Boeing and its suppliers

 A U.S. tax overhaul proposed by Republican leaders in Congress would deepen divisions between big manufacturers like Boeing Co and the thousands of smaller companies that supply them,