The international visitor volume through Vietnam’s airport has declined sharply because of the outbreak of coronavirus.
Other Vietnam’s airlines are still maintaining some routes to South Korea but with lower flight frequency.
Vietnam Airlines is the only local carrier awarded the foreign air carrier permit by the US Department for Transport.
The government has officially granted Bamboo Airways permission to increase its fleet to 30 by 2023, as the airline has fulfilled the requirements in terms of capital, human resources and infrastructure.
The Vietnam Civil Aviation Authority (CAAV) has granted an Aircraft Operator Certificate (AOC) to Vietstar Airlines to carry out commercial flights in the country.
Vingroup is now spreading its wings further into aviation sector with the launch of an airline and other aviation training facilities.
Bamboo Airways, the airline owned by FLC Group, has got the green light from the Ministry of Transport (MoT) to raise its fleet to 30 aircraft by 2030.
The emergence of new airline and existing low-cost carriers has put the flag carrier of Vietnam in voluminous struggles, in terms of losing market share and experienced pilots.
The Hanoi-based developer is seeking opportunities to expand real estate business in the northern port city.
The private airline plans to start international flights to Singapore and Japan in the next couple of months.
Publication permit No. 348/GP-BTTTT dated July 19, 2017, granted by the Ministry of Information and Communications of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
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