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The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has made a proposal aimed at limiting combo flights to reduce congestion occurring at COVID-19 testing areas at both Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat International Airports.
The Ministry of Transport has proposed allowing localities to manage airports within their precincts, such as Dien Bien, Na San, Cat Bi, Vinh, Phu Bai, and Dong Hoi among others.
Airport development planning should prioritise investment in key projects and have rigorous standards for project approval, experts have said.
Vietnam is set to be home to 26 airports by 2030, 14 of which will be international, according to a draft master plan on the development of the national airport network to 2030 and vision to 2050 from the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam.
Enhanced transport infrastructure would help expand the development to Hanoi’s southern part and form economic triangles of Hanoi – Hai Phong – Quang Ninh and Hanoi – Thanh Hoa – Nghe An.
Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport will stop making flight announcements via loudspeakers in a bid to reduce noise.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment has expressed concern that the Long Thanh airport project might not get off ground in 2021 as scheduled, as the disbursement of capital for site clearance works has met a mere 10% of the target.
Carriers have adjusted their flight frequency to reduce congestion at Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat international airports that have both closed off a runway for major repairs.
Increasing numbers of airlines and aircraft are putting serious pressure on Viet Nam’s aviation infrastructure.
The air travel market grew in the first half of this year, however the growth rate slowed down compared to the same period last year, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has released its report on delayed and cancelled flights by local airlines in the first half of 2019.
The aviation transport market is approaching saturation and showing signs of slowing down after years of high growth, according to the January-May business report of the Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV).
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.