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Vietnamese carriers saw significant drops in the number of passengers in February due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Ministry of Finance has announced a requirement for local carriers to quote fares that include all taxes and fees. The move is expected to end disputes among local airlines over ways of quoting airfares.
Great pressure is being placed upon the airlines industry’s manpower as a consequence of ambitious schemes to expand aviation fleets and open more runways to cater to new airlines.
Increasing numbers of airlines and aircraft are putting serious pressure on Viet Nam’s aviation infrastructure.
Vietnam has become increasingly appealing to global aerospace component manufacturers given the favorable internal and external conditions.
Vietjet Air has opened two direct flights from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi to New Delhi in India, with thousands of super-saving tickets priced from only VND0 (excluding taxes and fees).
Malaysian carrier remains keen on Vietnam's aviation market despite failure of fourth attempt at establishing a low-cost airline.
Vingroup, the multi-field conglomerate, has taken the first step to join the aviation market, setting up Vinpearl Air JSC, VinAviation School, and VPA Training Center.
More foreign air carriers have opened new direct air routes in the growing aviation sector in Vietnam.
The saturated aviation market has brought about the race to the bottom price war, driving the profitability of the core business of some domestic carriers down to nearly zero.
The Ministry of Transport have allowed Bamboo Airways and Vietjet Air to buy 23 planes by the end of this year.
Da Nang will build a new terminal, T3, at its international airport with total investment of $391 million, increasing the airport’s capacity to 28 million passengers and 200,000 tonnes of cargo by 2030.
Two local carriers, Bamboo Airways and Vietjet Air, have suspended operations on four air routes: Nha Trang-Thanh Hoa, Vinh-Pleiku, Vinh-Hanoi and Haiphong-Can Tho.
Vietnam’s newest airline, Bamboo Airways, is working with authorities of the Czech Republic to complete relevant procedures to launch Hanoi-Prague direct flights, according to a representative of the carrier.