Update news IATA

Vietnam’s first airline to trial electronic health passports

Vietnam Airlines has signed an agreement with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to test the IATA Travel Pass, a type of electronic health passport application.

Airlines try every possible method to retain passengers during Covid-19 epidemic

All airlines in Vietnam, except Vasco, which flies on short-distance routes, are regularly updating information about their activities and sale promotion programs to attract passengers.

Bamboo Airways to sell shares to foreign investors

Economists are concerned that Bamboo Airways' sale of shares to foreigners could affect national security.

Vietnam’s booming aviation sector expected to become more competitive

Thien Minh Group has announced that its Kite Air will launch in the first quarter of 2020 with six aircraft and investment capital of VND5.5 trillion.

Carbon-offset deal would cost airlines $6.2 billion in 2025: IATA

 A global market-based measure to curb aviation emissions would cost the airline industry up to $6.2 billion in the year 2025, but carriers could face higher charges if governments fail to reach a deal by October,

Vietjet gets international recognition for outstanding operational standards

Vietjet recently received the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) certificate for operational safety audit (IOSA). 

Are low-cost carriers ready to take off?

 VietNamNet Bridge – A recent report produced by the International Air Transport Association reveals that Vietnam is gathering pace to become the third fastest growing aviation market in the world behind China and Brazil.