Vietnamese Aviation & Tourism coming back to life

Vietnamese Aviation & Tourism coming back to life

At the end of last month, local airlines celebrated their comeback on the international stage by performing their first inbound flights after months of being grounded due to the pandemic.
Enjoy luxury 5-star accommodations and services at 50 per cent discount with Vietjet

Enjoy luxury 5-star accommodations and services at 50 per cent discount with Vietjet

To propel the air travel market, Vietjet has fully recovered all domestic flights and increased the frequency to 250 flights a day, the highest so far.
Travel in style with Vietjet’s SkyBoss and POWER PASS SkyBoss

Travel in style with Vietjet’s SkyBoss and POWER PASS SkyBoss

As Vietnam’s largest private airline, Vietjet has just introduced the POWER PASS SkyBoss for unlimited flying, offering passengers exclusive priorities.
How Vietnam’s aviation arena is responding to restrictions

How Vietnam’s aviation arena is responding to restrictions

Amid the continuing obstacle that is the global health crisis, the movement of people and tourists has come to a near standstill, forcing airlines to open up new business models in order to maintain operations.
Vietjet CEO Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao named among 100 people transforming business in Asia

Vietjet CEO Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao named among 100 people transforming business in Asia

Vietjet CEO Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao has been named among Business Insider's 100 People Transforming Business in Asia in 2020.
Danang flight routes resume from September 7

Danang flight routes resume from September 7

Domestic airlines are recovering their operations to and from Danang with the initial routes connecting to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietjet kicks off self-handling ground operations amid pandemic

Vietjet kicks off self-handling ground operations amid pandemic

Vietjet has become the first-ever private carrier to set up its own ground handling arm in Vietnam.
Vietjet focus on air transport pays out in first half

Vietjet focus on air transport pays out in first half

In the first half of 2020, Vietjet made VND47 billion ($2 million) in after-tax profit, showing it was hurt by the pandemic far less than most other airlines.
Vietjet stages COVID-19 rescue flights

Vietjet stages COVID-19 rescue flights

For months since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, governments and airlines around the world have been successively operating flights to bring citizens back home.
No new airlines is allowed until 2022

No new airlines is allowed until 2022

No new airlines will be allowed to open in Vietnam until 2022 at the earliest, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has announced.
Thai Vietjet offers super-saver fares from just $1.50 for all 13 routes in Thailand

Thai Vietjet offers super-saver fares from just $1.50 for all 13 routes in Thailand

Celebrating its new Thai routes, Thai Vietjet continues to offer surprises for its passengers with 500,000 special air tickets with fares from as low as $1.50.
HD Saison may be setting up for IPO

HD Saison may be setting up for IPO

HD Bank revealed ambitions to convert HD Saison into a JSC in a move generally seen as laying down the groundworks for an IPO.
Vietjet returns to Vietnam's clear blue skies

Vietjet returns to Vietnam's clear blue skies

Vietjet has fully resumed domestic operations to meet people’s demand for air travel, one of the first signs of recovery for the global aviation industry.
Nation wary of COVID-19  nuisance from overseas

Nation wary of COVID-19  nuisance from overseas

With over four million confirmed cases and upwards of 270,000 fatalities around the world, there are few signs of the COVID-19 pandemic slowing its rampage across the globe. Meanwhile, Vietnam is facing additional cases imported from outside its borders as the government resumes international flights for Vietnamese citizens stranded abroad.
Oil and gas groups switch strategies to avert strain

Oil and gas groups switch strategies to avert strain

The latest bout of market turbulence has pushed the price of oil into negative territory, but investors can still turn the state of events to their advantage.
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