VOV.VN - National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, in collaboration with the Vietnamese embassy in Japan and other relevant agencies, conducted a special flight on May 25 to bring home 343 Vietnamese citizens who have been left stranded in Japan as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
VOV.VN - Da Nang International Airport has made it onto a collection of the world’s 10 most improved airports for 2020, as announced by the Airports Corporation of Vietnam.
VOV.VN - The Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has recently given Vietnamese airline Bamboo Airways permission to operate a direct air route that links Vietnam and Japan.
The Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi has made it into the world’s top 100 airport listing for the fifth consecutive year in 2020, announced the Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) on May 12.
VOV.VN - Bamboo Airways conducted a special Hanoi-London flight on May 10 for stranded European and British citizens in Vietnam, providing them with an opportunity to head back to London, the UK.
VOV.VN - Local airlines are expected to put on up to 13 additional flights with the aim of getting stranded Vietnamese citizens home from countries around the world due to the novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
VOV.VN - Low-cost airline Vietjet Air announced on April 10 that, in addition to the daily flights Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, the airline will also be running an additional three flights on the air route on April 11, April 12, and April 14.
The Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand has collaborated with the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, to bring home seven citizens stuck at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok.
Boosting the disbursement of all planned public investment would help increase this year’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 0.42 percentage points, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
VOV.VN - Hundreds of aircraft have crammed themselves into the parking area of a deserted Noi Bai International Airport as the trade and travel restrictions caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has seen tourism activities come to a halt and the majority of flights cancelled.
The Prime Minister has requested more drastic measures to prevent COVID-19 spread.
VOV.VN - Noi Bai International Airport on March 24 put into operation a mobile disinfection chamber in an attempt to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the community.
VOV.VN - It is anticipated that as many as 2,585 international visitors will be landing at Noi Bai International Airport on March 20, including nearly 1,200 arrivals from novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic areas.
VOV.VN - At 21:30 pm on March 19, the Ministry of Health announced that it had identified two flights carrying passengers who had contacted the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), including Emirates' flight EK394 from Dubai to Noi Bai International Airport on March 12, and Qatar Airways QR976 from Doha to Noi Bai on March 17.
VOV.VN - Flight VN50 carrying 164 passengers and 16 crew members onboard landed at Can Tho International Airport on March 19 after traveling from London, the UK.
5am-I land at Hanoi's Noi Bai airport with hopes of a new life in my favourite country. I finally made it. As we leave the plane, we're greeted with barriers and must complete health declarations.
The army would tighten co-operation with relevant authorities to learn information on flights arriving in Vietnam in an attempt to prevent the pandemic from spreading further, Deputy Minister of National Defence Senior Lieutenant General Tran Don said.
Since March 15, aside from having their body temperature checked, all people coming from Europe to Vietnam must also have their samples taken for COVID-19 testing right at airports before moving to quarantine centres.
The Ministry of Health on March 17 evening issued an urgent notice on two flights with passengers on board contracting COVID-19.
The Ministry of Health on March 16 announced it has found eight flights with passengers on board contracting COVID-19.