Vietnamese airlines make world-beating recovery

Vietnamese airlines make world-beating recovery

The high demand for travel has helped Vietnam’s airline revenues grow impressively and exceed the set forecasts.
Airlines adjust flight plans over storm Mulan

Airlines adjust flight plans over storm Mulan

In response to impacts of storm Mulan in the Gulf of Tokin, Vietnamese airlines have adjusted operation plans of flights to and from some affected airports from August 11.
Airlines suffer losses due to rising fuel prices

Airlines suffer losses due to rising fuel prices

Vietnamese airlines are suffering losses amounting to hundreds of billions of dong each month due to a surge in fuel prices, according to the director of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) Dinh Viet Thang.
Domestic air transport sees fast recovery, airlines suffer loss due to rising fuel prices

Domestic air transport sees fast recovery, airlines suffer loss due to rising fuel prices

Vietnamese airlines are suffering losses amounting to hundreds of billions of VND each month due to a surge in fuel prices, according to director of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) Dinh Viet Thang.
Strategy needed for air freight to take off

Strategy needed for air freight to take off

Vietnam needs to have an appropriate strategy to promote the development of air logistics and tap its large potential, experts have said.
Airlines crave return of international flights

Airlines crave return of international flights

Vietnamese airlines have outlined extensive plans to reopen international passenger transport as soon as they are allowed, after nearly two years of being on the ground due to the pandemic.
Hoops still to jump through for pandemic travel passes

Hoops still to jump through for pandemic travel passes

The path for Vietnamese airlines to reopen for the international market remains narrowed because of the absence of a global standard for travel passes.
Recovery of global aviation market hinges on cooperative success

Recovery of global aviation market hinges on cooperative success

Passenger traffic at Vietnamese airlines is expected to rebound faster than in other countries of Southeast Asia, due to the country’s low numbers of pandemic cases
Questions over air titans’ funding plans

Questions over air titans’ funding plans

While Vietnamese airlines are looking at  fundraising on the stock market as a way to shelter from financial storms, the possibilities of making it a success remain narrow.
Vietnamese airlines’ on-time performance hits 95.4 percent

Vietnamese airlines’ on-time performance hits 95.4 percent

Vietnamese airlines’ on-time performance (OTP) from December 19, 2020 to January 18, 2021 reached 95.4 percent, a year-on-year rise of 9.7 percentage points, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
Airlines cancel central region flights as Storm Etau approaches

Airlines cancel central region flights as Storm Etau approaches

Vietnamese airlines announced on November 10 the cancellation of several flights due to the threat posed by Storm Etau - the 12th storm to enter the East Sea this year.
Vietnam suspends Pakistani pilots over fake license concerns

Vietnam suspends Pakistani pilots over fake license concerns

The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) has suspended nearly 20 Pakistani pilots working for Vietnamese airlines after Pakistan discovered 262 local pilots using fake licenses.
Vietnamese airlines suspend many international routes

Vietnamese airlines suspend many international routes

Vietnamese airlines will halt operations on many international air routes on upcoming days amid the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Direct flights to America greenlit

Direct flights to America greenlit

Although Vietnamese airlines have been preparing for a direct Vietnam-US route in the past few years, it has taken time to ready their fleets and come up with ways to compete with other international airways over this route. Phuong Hao reports.