The first Bamboo Airways flight will not take off on October 10 as planned.
Bamboo Airways – of the Viet Bamboo Airlines Co., owned by property developer FLC Group – plans to see its first flight take off on October 10.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has approved Bamboo Airways’ investment project at Phu Cat Airport in the south central province of Binh Dinh.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue had a meeting with US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on June 26 as part of his ongoing visit to the US.
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So far Bamboo Airways has been smoothly completing the necessary procedures to launch its first commercial flight.
By December 2017, Vietnam’s airlines had been operating over 160 airplanes of different kinds. The biggest fleet belongs to Vietnam Airlines with 86 aircraft, while Vietjet has 49 and Jetstar Pacific 19, according to Planespotter.
While Bamboo Airways is making bold moves in high hopes of taking off in late 2018, there are doubts it could follow in the footsteps of previous losing efforts amid stiffening competition in the potential domestic aviation market.
FLC Group plans to open 40 local and international routes after its carrier, Bamboo Airways, becomes operational, said Dang Tat Thang, General Director of the airline.
IPP Group (Imex Pan Pacific Group) has proposed pouring VND10 trillion ($440 million) into the whole non-tariff area of Van Don Special Administrative-Economic Zone (SAEZ) in 2018-2023.
The increasingly improved and synchronised transport infrastructure, tourism potential, and abundant natural resources are all favourable conditions luring in big investors, especially in real estate, to Quang Ninh.
After projects started landing en masse at beachfront locations, many real estate developers are shifting their attention to mountain sites to build new-style resort properties. Mountain property investment, however, is not an easy game.
Property developer FLC Group, which owns Viet Bamboo Airways Company Limited (Bamboo Airways), has decided to buy 24 A321 Neo aircrafts worth US$3 billion from French manufacturer Airbus.
Vietnam needs more airlines, besides the four current ones, to meet the increasing demand in the aviation market.
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The northern province of Quang Ninh in 2017 saw a year-on-year increase of 10.1% in total investment to VND60.6 trillion, according to the Quang Ninh provincial Department of Planning and Investment.
The northern province of Quang Ninh needs to call on investment in developing luxury tourism and real estate products to meet the high demand of tourists, according to experts.
Property developer FLC Group will organise a large-scale roadshow and seminar in the Republic of Korea (RoK).
The FLC Group will begin the building of its eco-resort and entertainment complex in the central province of Nghe An in the first quarter of 2018.