(VOV) -The international public has expressed their concern about China’s pilot flight to the airport that it illegally built on the Fiery Cross Reef, part of Vietnam’s Truong Sa archipelago.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has recently proposed that the Ministry of Transport recommend Aerospace Engineering Services JSC to be Airbus Group’s partner in building a facility to produce spare parts for aircraft.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter will visit a U.S. aircraft carrier transiting the East Sea on November 5, a move sure to raise the ire of China as tensions between Washington and Beijing simmer over the disputed waterway.
Indonesian authorities on Saturday resumed searching for an Aviastar airline Twin Otter turboprop aircraft with 10 people on board that went missing on Friday during a flight on Sulawesi island.
Aircraft owned by Vietnamese organisations or individuals and those lease-purchased or leased without crews for 24 months or longer must be registered as Vietnamese to operate in Vietnam.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on August 9 attended the 50th anniversary celebrations of Singapore's Independence Day (9/8/1965-9/8/2015) at the invitation of Singapore President Tony Tan Keng Yam and Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong.
Vietnam’s first female pilots are as adept at controlling aircraft as their male colleagues.
Malaysia said on August 2 that airplane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion has been identified as being from a Boeing 777, the same model as Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 which vanished early last year.
Vietnam Airlines was awarded the First-class Independence Order on July 15 to mark two decades of operating domestic and international flights.
Vietnam-based budget airline VietJetAir signed a firm contract at the Paris air show on June 17 for six additional Airbus A321 single-aisle jets worth US$682 million at list prices to meet demand on some of its busiest routes.
Vietnamese experts have begun to voice their concern about potential market abuse that may arise from the government's plan to open up the aviation sector.
(VOV) -Carrier Vietjet Air on December 31 received one more aircraft, adding to its current fleet of 20, to meet the growing travel demand during the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) 2015.
(VOV) -A new Japanese invested enterprise manufacturing passenger doors for the Boeing 777 aircraft, MHI Aerospace Vietnam Co., Ltd. (MHIVA), got off the ground in Hanoi on October 22.
(VOV) -The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines (VNA) will receive the world’s most advanced aircraft Airbus 350 XWB worth US$340 million in June 2015.
(VOV) -Viking Air Limited will deliver the sixth and final DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400 aircraft on order by Vietnam at Cam Ranh international airport in early October.
(VOV) - The charges levied on the airlines by the airports to cover the costs of such items as take-off, landing and parking of aircraft are set to rise on October 1, leading many industry analysts to predict air flight ticket prices are in the offing.
(VOV) -National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines announced on September 23 the purchase of an Airbus A321-200 aircraft financed by South East Asia Bank (SeABank).
Jetstar Pacific is the first airline in Vietnam to practise an emergency evacuation and landing on water using a real airplane at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City, on August 28.
(VOV) - Vietnamese low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific (JP) on August 15 received an additional Airbus A320.
(VOV) - There were three Vietnamese out of nearly 300 victims aboard Malaysian Airlines MH17 aircraft which was shot down in Eastern Ukraine on July 17.