Update news vietnam's airports
Legislators touched upon adjustments to some contents of a National Assembly (NA) resolution regarding the Long Thanh International Airport project, at a plenary session of the 15th legislature’s 6th sitting in Hanoi on November 9.
Twelve airport projects have been included on the list of projects to be developed with diverse capital sources. The state needs to offer attractive incentives to lure investors as these are not high-profit making ventures.
Several nations have devoted generations to constructing sophisticated aviation infrastructure. In Vietnam, plans are in the making to follow suit.
The Ministry of Transport has written to the prime minister proposing upgrading and expanding six airports under the public-private partnership (PPP) format.
Vietnam’s airport development planning should give top priority to key projects with stringent standards put in place for project approval, State management agencies and aviation insiders have said.
The authority of Quang Nam Province has proposed that private investors be allowed to participate in the construction, management and operation of Chu Lai airport, similar to the investment model adopted for Van Don airport in Quang Ninh Province.