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The Ministry of Transport (MoT) has asked the Prime Minister to allow the ministry to grant a licence in aviation cargo transportation for IPP Air Cargo Joint Stock Company – the first cargo airline in Vietnam.

Aviation industry sets target to welcome 43 million passengers

Vietnam’s aviation industry is targeting about 43 million passengers in 2022, including eight million international tourists, or around 50 per cent of pre-pandemic numbers, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.

Many more domestic, international air services to be reopened

Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air and Bamboo Airways are set to resume more domestic and international air routes, add flights and launch new services to meet the rising travel demand as the country will fully reopen tourism on March 15.

Int’l air routes to 20 countries, territories reopened

Vietnam has so far reopened air routes to 20 countries and territories, compared to 28 in the 2019 winter flight schedule before the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, a transport official has said.

It's time to grant licenses to new airlines: CAAV

The Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV) has sent an official dispatch to the Ministry of Transport (MoT), urging the ministry to consider granting aviation licenses to new airlines.

 

Vietjet inks deal with Lufthansa Technik to digitalize its fleet’s technical information update process

New-aged carrier Vietjet and Lufthansa Technik have signed an agreement at Singapore Airshow to adopt AVIATAR’s Technical Logbook, the seamless digital pilot-to-maintenance collaboration application.

CAAV to decide domestic flight frequency for upcoming holiday

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) will decide on the frequency of domestic flights to meet the travel demand during the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, under a document signed by Deputy Minister of Transport Le Anh Tuan.

Vietnam's aviation enterprises again seek preferential loans

Local aviation enterprises have again asked for preferential loans to overcome difficulties caused by the pandemic.

Airlines allowed to increase frequency of domestic flights from October 21

The Ministry of Transport announced on October 19 that it has built plans on restoring domestic flights in the period from October 21 – November 30 based on the outcomes of the pilot resumption of domestic flights from October 10-17.

Govt' to consider zero-interest loans for all airlines

The Vietnam Aviation Business Association asked the Government to consider a proposal to slash 30 per cent off the airlines' income tax for 2020 and the first half of 2021.

Private airlines ask for zero-interest loans

Private airlines have requested access to 0 percent interest loans, similar to the support Vietnam Airlines (VNA) - the country's flag carrier - is entitled to, heard a meeting among the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), commercial banks and the airlines.

Airlines split on implementing floor price

Airlines continued to debate whether a floor price should be implemented with both supporters and naysayers making arguments for their case. 

How to rescue Vietnamese air carriers

During the fourth Covid-19 outbreak, the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam asked domestic airlines to limit the number of flights from provinces and cities implementing social distancing under Directive 16.

CAAV asks airlines to halt selling domestic flight tickets

The Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV) has asked domestic airlines to continue reducing the frequency of flights from/to cities and provinces currently placed under social distancing.

Ministry of Transport scraps business licence of Globaltrans Air

The Ministry of Transport has issued a decision on scrapping the general aviation business licence No. 01/2018/BGTVT-VT granted to Globaltrans Air Service JSC.

Airline industry at breaking point as virus strikes again

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 impacts

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

Vietnamese airlines’ on-time performance hits 95.4 percent

Vietnamese airlines’ on-time performance (OTP) from December 19, 2020 to January 18, 2021 reached 95.4 percent, a year-on-year rise of 9.7 percentage points, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

Five airports shut due to Storm Vamco

Five airports in Vietnam have been closed ahead of Storm Vamco which is heading to the central region of the country, the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam reported.

 

Airlines adjust schedules due to Storm Nangka

Vietnamese airlines have announced adjustments to their flight schedules on October 14 as the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam directed the closure of Vinh and Tho Xuan airports from 12:00-21:00 on the day due to Storm Nangka.