The Vietnam Airlines Group, including Vietnam Airlines, Pacific Airlines and VASCO, will offer more than 2 million tickets on all domestic flights during the 2021 lunar New Year (Tet) holiday to meet increasing travel demand.
VOV.VN - Local airlines have initiated plans to restore the entire domestic flight network in June to meet the travel demand of passengers as the country moves past the novel coronavirus period.
Vietnam’s newest carrier Vietravel Airlines has delayed its plan to launch first flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
VOV.VN - National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines announced on December 12 that the airline is set to offer approximately 70,000 one-way air tickets at a price of VND199,000 to meet the increasing travel demand around the Lunar New Year period.
Hospitality group Thien Minh says it’s carrier KiteAir could lose VND350 billion ($15.07 million) in the first three years of operations.
The newest low-cost carrier Bamboo Airways’ on-time performance (OTP) rate reached 93.9 percent in the first nine months of this year, the highest among domestic airlines, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
Four airlines have offered their eight flight safety officers to the national aviation authority as more carriers enter the fray.
Airlines on September 16 opened ticket sales in the domestic routes for the coming Lunar New Year 2020.
Vietnam Airlines Group, encompassing the national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific, and the Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO), has opened sales of nearly 2 million tickets for domestic flights for the 2020 traditional Lunar New Year from January 9 to February 8.
Phu Quoc International Airport in the southern province of Kien Giang has been re-opened after being closed for many hours on August 9 due to severe inundation.
The on-time performance (OTP) rate of the five domestic airlines reached over 86 percent in May (April 19 – May 18), according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).
Over the past few years, Vietnam’s aviation market has been sustaining a two-digit growth rate, while the introduction of new airlines has also put high quality personnel in the industry on high demand.
Five domestic airlines has reported 4,232 delayed or cancelled flights, accounting for 15.9 percent of the total, from March 19 to April 18.
Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has supported the upgrade and expansion of Co Ong airport in Con Dao island district, in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.
VOV.VN - On February 15, Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO), a subordinate company of the Vietnam Airlines Corporation opened the Vinh-Da Nang air route with the first flight coded OV8021.
Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO) said that it will operate flights between Nghe An province’s Vinh city and Da Nang city from February 15.
The first commercial flight of Bamboo Airways officially took off at 6am on January 16.
Four domestic carriers namely Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet, Jetstar Pacific and the Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO), reported a total of 39,632 delayed flights in 2018, representing 13.4% of their flights – a year-on-year increase of one percentage point.
The past year has witnessed unbelievably impressive results for Vietnam’s tourism industry, with a record 15.6 million international visitors and 80 million domestic tourists, and total tourism revenue of VND620 trillion (US$26.95 billion).
The Vietnam Air Services Company (Vasco) has adjusted flights between Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho city, and Con Dao island in the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau due to storm Pabuk, the first entering the East Sea in 2019.