Vietnam's aviation industry

Update news Vietnam's aviation industry

Vietnam’s airport network is currently being expanded and upgraded in order to better meet international standards on the ability to receive aircraft and in many other criteria.

Aviation industry continues to rebound strongly

The aviation industry continues showing signs of recovery, with business results growing strongly after struggling for a while.

Leaders of aviation firms to be disciplined if employees committed wrongdoings

The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) has just released directive 1480, on enhancing smuggling and commercial fraud prevention among aviation employees.

Airbus Group pledges to expand supply chains in Vietnam

Airbus Group has committed to expanding its supply chain in the nation for new orders related to the production of aircraft spare parts, said Hoang Chi Mai, general director for Airbus in Vietnam, on March 21 at the Vietnam Aviation Forum.

Airlines need more assistance to recover, develop

Vietnam's domestic aviation market has been bouncing back, but many airlines are still grappling with difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, latent risks, and soaring expenses.

CAAV advises caution when buying air tickets

The Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV) has received feedback on the fact that passengers have to buy air tickets higher than the specified prices on domestic routes, especially during the peak of the Lunar New Year (Tet).

Airlines ready to capitalise on increasing travel demand as China reopens borders

Vietnam’s aviation industry is forecast to have a busy year ahead as China reopens its borders which had been shut down since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chinese flights quiet following resumption

Airlines in Vietnam have reported a low number of passengers since resuming flights to China from January 8.

China reopens but traditional slots for Vietnam's airlines still not assured

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has reported several issues to the Ministry of Transport about flights to China after the latter removed restrictions on routine flights on January 8.

Contrasting complexions representing aviation arena

After two years of battling the repercussions of closed borders, 2023 may be characterised as extra time in a hectic and gruelling football match for several Vietnamese airlines.

Airlines to resume regular flights to China as of January 8

Starting from January 8, Vietnamese airlines will operate regular routes to China as they had done in the pre-pandemic period in 2019, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

Vietnamese airlines to increase flights to China

Vietnamese airlines have planned to increase flights to China.

Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam proposes increasing fleet size

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has proposed the Ministry of Transport allow air carriers to increase the size of their fleets in order to meet domestic demand and utilise opportunities generated by the recovering international market.

Number of passengers on domestic flights recovers

It is expected that the total Vietnamese aviation market will reach 55 million passengers by the end of this year, an increase of 3.7 times compared to the previous year, recovering by nearly 70 per cent compared to 2019, pre-COVID-19 pandemic.

The era for small airports

The development of small airports is a practical need. Investment in a small airport costs less and takes much less time than building roads to connect those locations with economic centers and trade hubs.

VN aviation sector prepares for post-pandemic period

According to data from Airbus in collaboration with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Vietnam's domestic aviation market has recovered the fastest in the world, with a growth rate of 123% over the same period in 2019.

Gulfstream & Sun Air join hands to hold Vietnam’s first luxury aircraft show

For the first time in Vietnam, Airshow 2022 was organized at Van Don International Airport (Quang Ninh Province) on November 5-6 by Gulfstream and Sun Air of Sun Group.

Utilising national advantages with crucial infrastructure

Small airports and dual-use airports are expected to be valuable infrastructure fulcrums for many remote localities to attract investment and exploit the advantages of tourism, if selected and added to the plan and early investment implementation.

Pilot shortage puts Vietnam’s booming aviation industry in trouble

Over the past few years, Vietnam’s aviation market has been sustaining a two-digit growth rate, while the introduction of new airlines has also put high quality personnel in the industry on high demand.