31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Vietnamese airlines advised to cancel flights over Taiwan
China’s exercises near Taiwan will affect the flights from Vietnam to the US, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea.
21:21, 2022/21/26
CAAV asks air carriers to avoid routes affected by Russia - Ukraine tensions
To ensure absolute safety for flight operations to, from and over the territories of Russia, Ukraine, and Moldova, Vietnamese domestic carriers are advised not to choose airports near war-affected areas.
19:11, 2022/11/13
Vietnam to soon restore regular international flights
The Ministry of Transport will report to the Prime Minister on the results of the resumption of international routes this February.
18:41, 2021/41/20
Boeing 737 Max aircraft expected to fly in Vietnam soon
The Vietnamese aviation authority is carrying out the process of granting an import license for the aircraft into the country.
21:16, 2021/16/13
CAAV proposes to resume domestic flights amid pandemic
The proposal aims at maintaining air transport and promoting economic recovery for localities.
16:41, 2021/41/12
Vietnam aviation industry to get bustling in H2
Vietnam Airlines will resume direct flights between Vietnam and Asia, Europe, and Oceania from July to October 2021.
15:01, 2020/01/20
PM approves issuance of aviation license to Vietravel Airlines
Given the prime ministerial decision, Vietnam would have a sixth operational airline.
11:08, 2020/08/08
Vietnam transport ministry to issue licenses for airlines operating international flights
Vietnam’s aviation authority would give permission for airlines to resume flight routes to six major markets namely South Korea, China, Japan, Taiwan, Laos and Cambodia.
16:54, 2020/54/29
Vietnam ministries study resumption of inbound tourism
The decisions about the resumption of inbound tourism will depend on the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam and the world.
15:07, 2020/07/29
Vietnam keeps borders shut to foreign tourists
Vietnam’s inbound tourism services would only be resumed once safety conditions are met.
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