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Airfares for domestic summer flights begin rising in price

Air ticket prices for domestic flights to famous tourism destinations such as Da Nang and Nha Trang with departure from mid-June, especially on weekends, have begun increasing.

Vietnamese airlines to launch more international air routes

Vietnamese airlines have announced plans to open more international air routes this summer.

Transport Ministry weighs proposal for second int’l airport in Hanoi

The Ministry of Transport has assigned its relevant agencies to look into a recent proposal by Hanoi City to make its second airport an international one.

Govt sees airfare cap as necessary

Removing the domestic airfare cap will do any good to passengers and take away the Government’s tool to manage aviation services, said the Government.

National Citizen Bank to sell shares of Bamboo Airways

The National Citizen Joint Stock Commercial Bank (NVB) plans to sell 203 million shares of Bamboo Airways, equivalent to 11 per cent of the airline's current capital.

Ministry urges assessment over proposal to lift ceiling prices of air tickets

The established Law on Civil Aviation stipulates that airlines decide on domestic air transportation services prices within the price bracket set by...

Airlines look to capitalise on thriving demand

Vietravel Airlines and Vietjet Air are both ramping up their expansion efforts in response to the opportunities arising from the recovering aviation industry.

Airports welcome nearly 37 million passengers so far this year

The passengers consist of 9.7 million foreign passengers, an increase of 976 per cent compared to the same period last year, and 27.2 million domestic passengers, an increase of 18 per cent compared to the same period last year.

Authority demands e-authentication be deployed in aviation sector

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has requested airports and airlines to enforce the regulation on electronic identification and authentication in the aviation sector.

Mobile ID app can be used for boarding domestic flights

Passengers can use the mobile ID app VNeID for boarding domestic flights, instead of plastic ID cards or travel documents as from May 2.

Floor airfares undermines competition, insiders say

Imposing a floor fare for domestic airline tickets would undermine competition in the aviation industry and affect the recovery of the air transport market, insiders have warned.

Airlines reopen China - Da Nang air routes

Okay Airways and Pacific Airlines will begin their flights connecting Da Nang with Hunan (China) and Muan (the Republic of Korea) from late April, increasing the number of airlines restarting operations at the Da Nang International Airport to 28.

Air tickets almost sold out for long holiday break

Air tickets have almost been sold out and only business class seats have been left for the long holiday break.

Number of flights, passengers rises sharply in two months

The number of flights and passengers has skyrocketed in the first two months of this year, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

Prague Airport wants to open direct air routes to Vietnam

Prague Airport in the Czech Republic is planning to launch new direct air routes to North America and Asia, including Chicago (US) and Vietnam.

248 aircraft registered under Vietnamese nationality: CAAV

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has registered 248 aircraft under Vietnamese nationality so far this year, up six from the same period last year.

Three Vietnamese airlines named among world’s best air services

Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air, and Bamboo Airways have been honoured in different categories by Skytrax, a UK-based site which ranks airlines and airports.

Mobilizing $500 million, Vietjet Air to ‘play big’

Vietjet Air (VJC) plans to raise $500 billion to scale up its operation as the tourism industry is expected to thrive again, as many air carriers are still in difficulty, according to a new resolution of the VJC Board of Directors.

Defense Ministry approves of long-planned cargo airline

The Ministry of National Defense has thrown its support behind a plan to issue an air transport license to IPP Air Cargo JSC, whose chairman is billionaire Johnathan Hanh Nguyen, according to a dispatch recently sent to the Government Office.

CAAV asks to increase airfare due to oil prices

To deal with fuel prices, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) just proposed raising air service prices on domestic routes to the Ministry of Transport (MoT).