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Domestic market to remain priority for Vietnam aviation industry in 2021
The efficiency of Covid-19 vaccine will be a decisive factor for Vietnam to ease current travel restriction and resume international flights.
16:47, 2020/09/22
Vietnamese aviation authority proposes 3 options for transfer passengers from 3rd country
The international flights are requested to be safely conducted and comply with preventive measures.
14:15, 2020/09/17
Vietnam to strictly screen incoming air passengers
The airlines are responsible for checking the negative status for SARS-COV-2 of passengers when boarding.
09:37, 2020/08/04
Hanoi’s tourism industry takes preventive measures against Covid-19
Tour operators in the city should continue preparing new products while the city is fighting the pandemic.
22:34, 2020/07/20
Vietnam gov’t holds off licensing new airlines until 2022
During the meantime, the government’s priority would be to address difficulties and concerns of operating Vietnamese airlines.
13:57, 2020/06/16
Vietnam Airlines retakes Jetstar Pacific from Qantas
Vietnam Airlines will hold 98% stake in Jetstar Pacific after purchasing Qantas’ share.
13:03, 2020/06/11
Vietnam to resume commercial flights to countries safe from Covid-19
The commercial flights must ensure safe measures to prevent Covid-19 transmission.
14:41, 2020/04/29
Vietnam allows freer domestic transport flows from April 29
Air, rail and road passenger transport will run at normal frequency across the country.
10:17, 2020/04/08
Vietnam Airlines limits passengers per flight to HCMC, Danang
The national airline announced on April 5 to limit the number of passengers per flight to Ho Chi Minh City to ensure testing passengers for Covid-19.
21:33, 2020/04/05
Vietnam transport ministry proposes support for coronavirus-hit airlines
Local airlines could see a decline in revenue of up to VND65 trillion (US$2.7billion) due to the pandemic, much higher than an earlier estimate of VND30 trillion (US$1.27 billion).
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