Authorities clamour for travel passes

Authorities clamour for travel passes

While a special travel pass and financial bailouts are expected to help airlines in Vietnam come back from the brink, questions over their feasibility remain.
Making the right choices to save Vietnam Airlines

Making the right choices to save Vietnam Airlines

Is bankruptcy really in the offing for Vietnam Airlines? Airlines in general in Vietnam had a poor 2020. Vietnam Airlines itself operated over 96,000 flights in 2020..
Vietnam Airlines targets over 1.6 bln USD in revenue this year

Vietnam Airlines targets over 1.6 bln USD in revenue this year

Facing the complicated COVID-19 situation, Vietnam Airlines said it has built a feasible business plan with a view to earning 37.364 trillion VND (over 1.6 billion USD) in consolidated revenue this year, equivalent to 88.4 percent of the 2020 figure.
A global blueprint in saving airlines

A global blueprint in saving airlines

The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines is expected to be saved as the government’s bailout package is being disbursed. However, some concerns remain.
Bumps ahead for the giants of transport

Bumps ahead for the giants of transport

After enduring months of losses, state-owned transport giants Vietnam Railways and Vietnam Airlines are pinning hopes on a financial lifebuoy to recover from the incurred losses – but even significant support may not be enough for them.
Vietnam Airlines (VNA) to resume international flights

Vietnam Airlines (VNA) to resume international flights

Vietnam Airlines (VNA) has announced plans to restart international commercial flights starting July 15. This is to meet growing demand from Vietnamese citizens that want to study and work abroad and foreigners that want to return home.
Vietnam Airlines to begin official trial of IATA Travel Pass from next week

Vietnam Airlines to begin official trial of IATA Travel Pass from next week

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will officially trial the IATA Travel Pass mobile app on flights from Narita Airport, Japan to Danang from July 15.
Vietnam Airlines plans to raise additional VND8 trillion ($347.8 million)

Vietnam Airlines plans to raise additional VND8 trillion ($347.8 million)

Vietnam Airlines will seek the approval of its upcoming shareholders' meeting in July to sell stocks to raise VND8 trillion ($347.8 million).
Three banks agree on loan for Vietnam Airlines on verge of bankruptcy

Three banks agree on loan for Vietnam Airlines on verge of bankruptcy

Vietnam Airlines will receive loan packages worth $173.9 million from SeABank, MSB and SHB.
Huge credit package coming soon to save Vietnam Airlines

Huge credit package coming soon to save Vietnam Airlines

Vietnam Airlines is expected to receive a credit package of VND4 trillion ($173.9 million) soon to help avoid bankruptcy.
MPI takes action to save local airlines

MPI takes action to save local airlines

The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) proposed plenty of solutions aiming to save airlines from bankruptcy.
Risky losses in aviation industry

Risky losses in aviation industry

Amid the pandemic, aviation remains on of the most affected industries with losses and debts continuing throughout the year.
Vietnam Airlines licensed to conduct 12 repatriation flights from US

Vietnam Airlines licensed to conduct 12 repatriation flights from US

Vietnam Airlines has officially been licensed to operate 12 flights repatriating Vietnamese citizens from the US this year, the national flag carrier said on June 10.
Vietnam Airlines to pilot digital health passport IATA Travel Pass

Vietnam Airlines to pilot digital health passport IATA Travel Pass

The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, in coordination with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), will begin piloting the digital health app IATA Travel Pass on June 1.
More than 1,600 flights delayed, cancelled in May

More than 1,600 flights delayed, cancelled in May

Domestic airlines reported 1,667 delayed or cancelled flights between April 19 and May 18, accounting for 8.2 percent of the total.
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