Equity investors and management authorities have great expectations for the National Assembly’s upcoming discussion, which should give the nod to policies for pilot implementation pertaining to funding Vietnam’s road system.
A new annual event called Inno Vietnam-Japan Fast Track Pitch took place in Hanoi on August 29 to showcase innovative startups.
Both the timeline and the funding policy for part of Hanoi’s metro line is to be extended, setting back completion of the route by several years.
A change of focus from Vietnam Railway Corporation is paving the way for companies to increase export of goods by rail, but its business activities are still in dire need of rejuvenation.
Foreign investors are being urged to explore funding railway lines linking seaports as part of the country’s railway development plan – despite high costs, few successful projects, and a lengthy period to see returns.
Government agencies are considering a revision to the air-ticket ceiling in an attempt to relieve the tough financial constraints facing local air carriers.
At least 10 new airports are waiting for the possibility to be added into the nation’s master plan, but they will need to meet strict requirements on operating needs, technical requirements, and funding
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.
Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) has issued a notification about cancellation of a package titled “Construction and Equipment Installation for the Passenger Terminal Building”, which was the largest bidding package for Long Thanh International Airport.
The Ministry of Transport this month submitted a report requesting approval to implement the master plan for Vietnam’s seaport system for the 2021-2030 period.
Choices on innovative solutions, railway speed, and capital mobilisation for the North-South high-speed railway project must better accommodate Vietnam’s circumstances.
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.
The prime minister on October 12 signed Decision No.1196/QD-TTg to establish an inter-agency appraisal council for the feasibility study on Quang Tri Airport.
Six airports, including five international ones, will shortly be handed over to local governments to actively solicit capital for upgrades.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) is now selecting investors for maintenance workshops and ground-handling services, which is a part of subproject four of Long Thanh International Airport.