National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines aims to serve more than 24.3 million passengers and earn consolidated net profit of over VND97 trillion (US$4.27 billion) in 2018.
Vietnam Airlines, a special partner of APEC 2017, continues to cement its position as Vietnam’s flag carrier through a series of partnerships with international airlines, as well as by providing innovative services for its consumers.
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines welcomed the 20 millionth passenger aboard the 700,000th flight this year operated by the Vietnam Air Traffic Management Corporation (VATM) during a ceremony in Hanoi on December 7.
Vietnam Airlines plans to issue 191.1 million shares to shareholders at a price of VND10,000 (US$0.45) in the first quarter of 2017.
The Vietnamese national flag carrier, Vietnam Airlines, and Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) will officially implement cooperative programmes from October 30.
Strong numbers for the first 9 months came in even after the national carrier was hit by a cyberattack and difficulties in Europe.
With a value of VND2.4 trillion, the deal between Vietnam Airlines and ANA Holdings is expected to make big changes to the aviation market. The airline sold 8.771% to the Japanese-owned ANA.
Japan’s ANA Holdings will buy 8.771 percent of Vietnam Airlines’ stake worth US$109 million, becoming the national flag carrier’s strategic shareholder under a strategic cooperation deal signed in Tokyo on May 28.
Japan’s ANA Holdings would officially become a strategic investor of Vietnam’s flagship carrier Vietnam Airlines under a deal expected to be signed during Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s working visit to Japan this week.
The Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) plans to sell some 166 million shares to French airport authority Aéroports de Paris (ADP), which is set to become a strategic investor.
VOV.VN - Japan’s low-cost airline Vanilla Air under ANA Holdings Inc.has recently revealed its plan to explore air routes to Vietnam in the coming time.
Vietnam could be an attractive market for Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) as the Japanese airline has been pursuing a plan to expand its international operations since 2010, the UK-based Financial Times said in recent article.