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CAAV proposes permission for import of Boeing 737 Max aircrafticon
BUSINESS20/09/20210

CAAV proposes permission for import of Boeing 737 Max aircraft

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) said on September 20 that it has sent a document to the Ministry of Transport asking for permission to conduct procedures to allow Boeing 737 Max aircraft

 
Vietnam plans to reopen domestic flights, classifies airports by zonesicon

Vietnam plans to reopen domestic flights, classifies airports by zones

TRAVEL
07/09/2021

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has proposed classifying airports into green, yellow and red zones to prepare to reopen domestic routes.

Air ticket holders get help for flights abroadicon

Air ticket holders get help for flights abroad

SOCIETY
12/08/2021

The Ministry of Transport has requested that localities facilitate conditions in which people who have tickets for international flights can access airports on time.

Airline industry at breaking point as virus strikes againicon

Airline industry at breaking point as virus strikes again

BUSINESS
05/08/2021

Vietnam's airline industry is facing its worst crisis yet amid the COVID-19 pandemic, an online conference on financial solutions to keep the industry afloat heard on Monday. 

Solutions sought for struggling aviation sector to overcome COVID-19 impactsicon

Solutions sought for struggling aviation sector to overcome COVID-19 impacts

BUSINESS
02/08/2021

Economists gathered at an online conference on August 2 to seek financial solutions for struggling Vietnamese airlines amid COVID-19 pandemic.

Bamboo Airways, Vietjet, Pacific Airlines suspend all regular flightsicon

Bamboo Airways, Vietjet, Pacific Airlines suspend all regular flights

BUSINESS
28/07/2021

Due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Bamboo Airways, Vietjet and Pacific Airlines have suspended all of their regular passenger flights, while Vietnam Airlines and the Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO) are still operating some air routes.

Vietnam Airlines incurs huge overdue debt of VND13.3 trillionicon

Vietnam Airlines incurs huge overdue debt of VND13.3 trillion

BUSINESS
28/07/2021

The total overdue debt incurred by Vietnam Airlines (VNA) has reached VND11.338 trillion. The airline still cannot pay for aircraft leasing, fuel, engine repair and flight services to its foreign partners.

Competition in domestic air fares causes concernsicon

Competition in domestic air fares causes concerns

BUSINESS
03/07/2021

The race to reduce air fares by airlines is directly benefiting consumers, but there is also concern that price reductions could distort the market in the long run.

International flights to gradually resume by year-end: CAAVicon

International flights to gradually resume by year-end: CAAV

BUSINESS
29/06/2021

Regular international flights can be gradually resumed by the end of 2021 as the COVID-19 situation will improve in the second half of the year when vaccination is accelerated in Vietnam and in the world.

VN air carriers in danger of bankruptcy, faces risk of being sued because of big debtsicon

VN air carriers in danger of bankruptcy, faces risk of being sued because of big debts

FEATURE
18/06/2021

Vietnam Airlines is in an extremely difficult situation as it continues incurring losses. Private airlines, including Vietjet Air and Bamboo Airways, have also been affected financially.

Drop in number of passengers, many planes abandonedicon

Drop in number of passengers, many planes abandoned

BUSINESS
14/06/2021

Due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic, airline passenger numbers have dropped sharply, and as a result, many planes have been abandoned at the airport.

Amid crisis, airlines seek ways to prospericon

Amid crisis, airlines seek ways to prosper

BUSINESS
07/06/2021

Suffering heavy losses due to the drop in passenger numbers under the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, some airlines have boosted cargo transport services and made a profit. 

New COVID-19 outbreak puts a halt to more domestic flightsicon

New COVID-19 outbreak puts a halt to more domestic flights

BUSINESS
05/06/2021

Given COVID-19 developments, the Ministry of Transport (MoT) has approved the suspension of passenger flights to Con Dao Island and those linking Quang Ninh and Gia Lai provinces with Ho Chi Minh City.

Aviation authority proposes removal ceiling rates of airfaresicon

Aviation authority proposes removal ceiling rates of airfares

BUSINESS
18/05/2021

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has  proposed removal of the cap for airfares on domestic flight routes operated by at least three...

Five localities’ airport development proposals rejectedicon

Five localities’ airport development proposals rejected

BUSINESS
12/05/2021

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has rejected proposals by Ha Giang, Bac Giang, Ninh Binh, Binh Phuoc and Ha Tinh provinces to build new airports in their localities or develop their military airports into mixed-use facilities.

Quang Ngai wants to build an international airport on Ly Son islandicon

Quang Ngai wants to build an international airport on Ly Son island

SOCIETY
11/05/2021

The central province of Quang Ngai has proposed building an airport with a 2,400m runway on Ly Son island to serve 3-3.5 million passengers per year.

Choose railways or airportsicon

Choose railways or airports

FEATURE
03/05/2021

Many provinces have proposed building their own airports, but if there are high-speed rail routes, many people will not choose to fly a 300-500km distance.

Vietnam to reopen international air routes from April 1icon

Vietnam to reopen international air routes from April 1

SOCIETY
01/04/2021

From April 1 to June 30, Vietnam Airlines will expand the operation of four international air routes: Hanoi - Narita (Tokyo, Japan), Hanoi - Incheon (Seoul, South Korea), Hanoi - Sydney and Ho Chi Minh City - Sydney (Australia).