The Airport Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) will co-operate with Incheon International Airport to promote a network of air routes between Viet Nam and South Korea.
Representatives of the Airport Corporation of Vietnam and Incheon International Airport sign a memorandum of understanding in Seoul. — Photo baogiaothong.vn
Under a memorandum of understanding signed between the two sides in Seoul on Friday, ACV and Incheon Airport will share experience on exploiting and operating aviation services in the future.
A report from the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism showed that Viet Nam received about 3.5 million South Korean visitors in 2018, up two million compared with 2016. In January this year, South Korea has exceeded China to have the highest number of visitors to Viet Nam.
Incheon Airport is part of the ACV’s plan to develop aviation services globally. The corporation has signed deals with many aviation developers around the world including Laos Airports Authority, Airports Corporation of Thailand, Japan’s Narita International Airport Corporation, Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG of Germany, and Chubu Centrair International Airport.
The agreements aim to promote the opening of international routes among airports, expanding business, sharing experience, exchanging staff and supporting each other in training. — VNS
The feasibility study report for the first phase of the Long Thanh International Airport was deliberated on November 12 morning as part of the eighth sitting of the 14th National Assembly.
Located in the Central Highland province of Lam Dong, Lien Khuong Airport has been designed in the shape of a Da Quy, known as a wild sunflower or Tithonia diversifolia, which has seen the site attract increasing numbers tourists in recent years.