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Old October 16th, 2010, 11:44 AM   #21
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Vietnam: Air travel surges 20% in 9 months
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HANOI, Oct 15 (PNA/Bernama) -- The aviation market in the first nine months saw a year-on-year increase of more than 20 percent in the number of passengers, estimated the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam.

Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported that the administration estimated that roughly 15 million passengers went through the country's airports in the first nine months of this year, of which Vietnam Airlines, Jetstar Pacific and Vietnam Air Service Co (Vasco) accounted for more than 11 million.

In the first nine months, the administration also estimated that roughly 340,000 tonnes of goods were transported via air, an increase of 36 percent over the same period last year.

Industry insiders forecast the country's aviation market in the last quarter will continue to surge due to an increased number of flights licensed by the aviation authorities for foreign airlines including Turkish Airlines, Poland's LOT and Qatar Airways.

Vo Huy Cuong, director of the administration's Air Transport Department, attributed the steady growth to the continuing strong expansion of the domestic segment backed by flagship carrier Vietnam Airlines.

Cuong said that Vietnam Airlines and its subsidiary Vasco still account for the lion's share of around 80 percent of the domestic market while the rest is covered by Jetstar Pacific.

With the introduction of Air Mekong and Blue Sky Air recently, which lifts the number of operational airlines in the country to nine, it is expected that the competition in the domestic aviation market will increase.

The administration expects that the country's overall aviation market will grow roughly 20 percent in 2010, higher than the 14 percent figure it projected earlier this year, thanks to more domestic services and a significant increase in the number of international visitors.

The administration's statistics showed that roughly 26.2 million passengers and 445,800 tonnes of cargo were transported by air last year, four times higher than in 2000.
http://www.pna.gov.ph/index.php?idn=...d=6&rid=306957
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Vietnam's first oil refinery supplies jet fuel
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A representative of Binh Son Petrochemical Refinery Company, which runs Dung Quat Oil Refinery, said November 5 that Southern Service Flight Company (SSFC) has begun to use Jet A1 fuel produced by the refinery.


A view of Dung Quat Oil Refinery in the central province of Quang Ngai

SSFC has used the fuel for its 11 flights to explore and exploit oil and gas.

It was the first time the locally-produced Jet A1 fuel used in the airline sector.

Vietnam’s demand for the fuel is estimated to hit 700,000 tons per year, 350,000 tons of which is needed by local airlines.

The first 4,500-ton batch of jet fuel produced by the Dung Quat refinery was sold to a Singapore-based unit of BP in August.

PV Oil, a subsidiary of state-owned Vietnam Oil and Gas Group, and Binh Son have also chosen Shell as another buyer for the Jet A1 product.

Dung Quat, Vietnam’s first refinery, is expected to produce between 200,000 and 300,000 tons every year to be sold in both local and foreign markets.

National carrier Vietnam Airlines has started negotiations to buy jet fuel from the refinery for supplies for domestic and international aircraft in the country.

Another local airline, Jetstar Pacific, said it also plans to use local fuel products as long as they are of high quality.

Jet A1 is the first Vietnamese jet fuel product.

It has been certified by oil majors including Shell, BP and Chevron.
http://www.saigon-gpdaily.com.vn/Bus...2010/11/86968/
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Vietnam Airlines chief sees pre-tax profit more than double
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Vietnam Airlines, which is looking to position itself as one of the region's leading carriers, said it expected pre-tax profits to more than double thanks to improved passenger numbers this year.

Pham Ngoc Minh, the head of the state-run flag-carrier, said 2010 had been "a successful year with encouraging achievements".

The carrier in June became the first in Southeast Asia to join the SkyTeam global airline alliance, which includes Air France and Delta Air Lines of the United States.

In a written speech issued late Thursday Minh said the company was likely to see pre-tax profit jump 130 percent year on year to 17.5 million dollars in 2010.

Official year end figures will be released later.

Estimated revenue reached 1.8 billion dollars on the transport of more than 12.3 million passengers despite "natural calamities... risks from the world finance and monetary sector, terrorism and an unstable political situation in some regional countries," Minh said.

Revenue last year totalled 1.3 billion dollars on 9.3 million passengers.

The Vietnamese airline is seeking to become one of the region's leading carriers and plans to boost its fleet from 70 to 115 aircraft by 2015.

IATA, the industry association, says most growth in the aviation industry will come from the Asia-Pacific region over the next few years.
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Vietnam’s private airlines still learn to fly
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VietNamNet Bridge – Indochina Airlines has to stop its operation after one year of flying, Vietjet Air has delayed the launching of the first commercial flight for several times, while passengers of Air Mekong complain about the services. Experts say there are still many things private airlines need to learn in order to fly.

In 2007, the aviation market welcomed the establishment of a series of private airlines, namely Indochina Airlines, VietJet, Air Mekong, Trai Thien and Blue Sky. Except Blue Sky which has been rarely mentioned because it has not revealed the flight plan, all other air carriers have problems.

VietJet is the first private airline which got the flight license in December 2007. At first, the air carrier planned to launch its flight in late 2008. However, it then delayed the plan to March 2009, then to October 2001. After that, the air carrier decided to make another 5-month delay, but once again, it failed to implement the plan. Most recently, the air carrier has promised to take off in 2011.

As such, three years after getting the license , the first private airline still can only fly… on paper. VietJet has decided to sell 30 percent of its stakes to Air Asia to operate under the name of VietJet AirAsia.

Facing the same fate, Trai Thien Airline, which obtained the license in October 2009, may not be able to take off, as its staff accuse the air carrier of refusing to pay salaries, while key staff have left for other jobs

Indochina Airline is the name which was mentioned in most of discussions about the airlines. Taking off on November 25, 2008, the airline then had to stop operation just only one year and it is now awaiting the official registration for bankruptcy.

In 2010, people once put high hope on the rise of private airlines, when Air Mekong announced its flight plan in October. However, on November 3, the air carrier had to cancel the flights because there were only 10 passengers.

An aviation expert said that three most important factors for an airline are the qualified staff, financial capability and aviation experience.

It is now not easy to find the staff with experience and knowledge about aviation business in Vietnam. Meanwhile, only Vietnam Airlines, the national air flag carrier, has advantages in its human resources.

Regarding the financial capability, the initial chartered capital of every private airline is about 500-600 billion dong. Meanwhile, private airlines need huge capital to pay for fuel, chartered aircrafts and pilots

“All three factors are lacking at private airlines, which is a big problem. Airlines need to have big financial capability in order to overcome difficulties in the first 2-3 years of operation,” the expert said.

Meanwhile, airlines also need experience to set suitable business strategies. Jetstar Pacific, for example, has decided to turn into a budget airline in order to compete with the giant Vietnam Airlines, which has the big advantages of a state owned enterprise.

The expert related that the airlines in Cambodia could only fly for a short time before going bankrupt, or went bankrupt before taking off. Indonesia has tens of airlines established every year. Of these airlines, 50 percent have never taken off, while the majority of others do not operate effectively.

A representative from the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has revealed that from 2012 to 2015, the agency will grant licenses to two air carriers which develop domestic and international air routes, one airline specializing in carry cargo, and two general airlines.
http://english.vietnamnet.vn/en/trav...rn-to-fly.html
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Old January 27th, 2011, 06:41 AM   #24
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Airports flexing to arrange flights for Tet
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On January 26, domestic airlines begin their Tet flight schedules with double the number of flights offered on ordinary days. While the number of flights increases considerably, the capacity of airports has not been upgraded. Therefore, airports will be very cramped and suffocating.

VietNamNet Bridge – Several measures have been applied to ease the overloading of airports during Tet . However, passengers have been warned that the overloading will be unavoidable.

Bui Van Vo, Head of the Air Transport Division under the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV), said that the “traffic congestion in the sky” observed over the past two years will not happen this year. However, many aircrafts will inevitably “wait on the peak of airports” (they have to circle above the airports before landing).

Vo said that a slot clearance program has been initiated for the past month. Under the program, CAAV requested Tan Son Nhat and Noi Bai airports to report the airspace capacity, airstrips and landing areas to rearrange take-off and landing schedules.

Every day, Tan Son Nhat airport now serves 370 flights, while the maximum capacity is 400 flights.

From January 26, 2011, or the 23rd of December of Lunar Year, the number of flights taking off from Tan Son Nhat or arriving at Tan Son Nhat airport will be sharply increasing and exceeding the above said threshold, thus causing management difficulties the airport, which serves both as military and civil airport.

At Noi Bai airport, about 170 flights take off or land every day. Meanwhile, the number of flights may increase to 290 flights during Tet..

With the number of additional flights air carriers cannot take initiative in arranging flight schedules for themselves, and they can only take off and land at times that fit the schedule of the airport. Therefore, many passengers will be inconvenienced because they have to fly at unfavorable times.

The national flag air carrier plans to provide 605 additional flights for Tet, Most of the flights will be provided from 10 pm to 6 am of the next day.

Truong Thanh Vu, the spokesman of AirMekong, the only private airline in Vietnam, said that due to the intensive flight schedule, the earliest flight during the day has to take off one hour sooner than previously planned.

On peak days, from the 29th of December of the Lunar Year to the 7th of January of the New Lunar Year, Air Mekong will provide 36 flights a day, or six flights more than its normal schedule. The air carrier has decided to reduce the number of flights to Da Nang in the central region to increase the number of flights on the main air routes, and to increase the flights from HCM City to Buon Ma Thuot and Pleiku.

Airports call for less people to meet and see off passengers

Airports have decided to close some entrance doors to the airports in order to reduce the number of people who meet and see off passengers, a move that aims to reduce the congestion at the airports during peak days.

Noi Bai airport, for example, has closed 7 out of 12 entrance doors on the second floor of the T1 terminal, and closed 7 entrance doors to the area, where passengers check in or out.

Since January 5, Vietnam Airlines has opened five more check-in desks at Noi Bai airport. AirMekong has seven desks.

Despite the great efforts, passengers have been warned that the overloading of the airport is unavoidable, because the number of passengers has exceeded the designed capacity. The T1 terminal of Noi Bai airport, for example, is capable of handling six million passengers a year, while in 2010, it received more than 9.5 million passengers.
http://english.vietnamnet.vn/en/trav...s-for-tet.html
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Small airlines fight to stay aloft
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Tough economic conditions are making life difficult for private carriers, according to a Ministry of Transport report. Vietnam News Agency spoke to Doan Quoc Viet, chairman of Air Mekong, about the problems.
More:http://vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn/O...tay-aloft.html

Airlines animatedly opening new air routes

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VietNamNet Bridge – Anticipating the increasing demand in the time to come, when the aviation market recovers from the crisis, airlines have rushed to open new air routes and offer sales promotion campaigns.



Just within three months, the national flag air carrier Vietnam Airlines announced the opening of eight domestic and international air routes, a two fold increase over the same period of the last year. Besides, the air carrier has also resumed the air routes, which were closed before, in order to satisfy the increasingly high demand of passengers.
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AirAsia Still Looking For Opportunity In Vietnam, Says Kamarudin
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KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 12 (Bernama) -- AirAsia Bhd says it is still looking for an opportunity to grow its business in Vietnam, which it says has a lot of potential.

AirAsia Bhd Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer Datuk Kamarudin Meranun said even though the joint venture agreement with Vietnam's VietJet Aviation to launch a low-cost airline has been allowed to lapse, Airasia may relook at the agreement.
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Jet Airways signs MOU with Vietnam Airlines
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MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Marking the state visit of Vietnam President Truong Tan Sang's to India, Jet Airways and Vietnam Airlines have signed a memorandum of understanding which covers the areas of commercial services, technical and training, a Jet Airways official said.

This agreement was signed in the presence of Truong, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) president B. Muthuraman and members of the Vietnamese delegation in New Delhi Wednesday, the official said here.
More: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...w/10330747.cms
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VietJet Budget Flights Lure Travelers From 40-Hour Bus Rides
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Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) -- VietJet Aviation Joint-Stock Co., the budget carrier that began flights in Vietnam last month, may double its fleet to six planes by the end of the year as it lures passengers from bus trips taking as long as 40 hours.

The carrier’s 122-seat Airbus SAS A320s are 90 percent full on its first route, Ho Chi Minh City-Hanoi, said Chief Operating Officer Pritam Singh. The average fare including taxes is 1.03 million dong ($49) one way, according to the airline. That’s about 25 percent less than the cheapest ticket offered on Vietnam Airlines’ website.
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Old July 17th, 2012, 09:25 AM   #29
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Vietnam Airlines expands China network with Chengdu route from Hanoi
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Vietnam Airlines launched a route to its fifth destination in Mainland China on June 26 when the SkyTeam carrier connected the Vietnamese capital Hanoi (HAN) with Chengdu (CTU) in southwest China.
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Vinaphone has become Vietnam ’s first mobile service provider to launch its mobile service on a number of international flights following its announcement on July 12.
more: http://en.vietnamplus.vn/Home/Vinaph...7/27322.vnplus
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Vietnam Airlines to Start Ho Chi Minh – Jakarta Service in W12
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Update at 0640GMT 25JUL12

Vietnam Airlines starting 28OCT12 is launching service to Indonesia, with 4 weekly Ho Chi Minh – Jakarta nonstop service on board Airbus A321 aircraft. Reservation for this new flight is now open.

Schedule:

VN631 SGN1040 – 1340CGK 321 x146
VN630 CGK1440 – 1740SGN 321 x146


http://airlineroute.net/2012/07/25/vn-cgk-w12/
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whats lion gonna do now, drop its daily cgk-sin-sgn flights in fear or choose to fight with non-stop flights?
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Vietnam Airlines compensates passengers 100,000 yuan for one-day delay
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On July 22, Vietnam Airlines Corporation's flight VN553 from Chengdu to Hanoi was delayed for 24 hours due to mechanical problems. Passengers were paid 1,000 yuan each for compensation. Vietnam Airlines paid almost 100 passengers with a sum of near 100,000 yuan for delay compensation, which is the airline's biggest passenger compensation in China.

Passengers: Travel Schedules Have to Be Cut Short

It is learned that about 100 passengers were onboard, most of whom were tourists of several travel agencies, along with some individual travelers. Many of them planned to visit Vietnam for 6 days and were intended to leave Chengdu at 4:00 p.m. on July 22 and come back on July 29. However, they were informed that the flight had been delayed.

Vietnam Airlines launches flights between Chengdu and Hanoi on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays; so if passengers were not intended to come back Chengdu on July 27, they had to wait till July 29. After negotiations, passengers decided to cut short their original 6-day Vietnam travel schedule and still come back on July 27; However, they insisted the airline to compensate for delay before the aircraft took off.
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Air Mekong paying its creditor daily: spokesman
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Debt-ridden Air Mekong is paying its creditor, the Vietnam Air Petrol Co Ltd (Vinapco), VND1.8 billion (US$86,538) on a daily basis, the private carrier’s representative Truong Thanh Vu told Tuoi Tre on Friday.

Vu admitted that Air Mekong has been repeatedly prompted to settle its petrol purchase debt by Vinapco.

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Vietnam Airlines to launch Cam Ranh-Moscow route
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HANOI, March 18 — Vietnam Airlines, the national air carrier, will official launch direct flights from Vietnam’s Cam Ranh International Airport to Russia’s Moscow on April 5, Vietnam News Agency reported Monday.

Accordingly, Vietnam Airlines will operate one flight every Friday, using Boeing 777s, from Cam Ranh International Airport in central Khanh Hoa province (1,040 km south of capital Hanoi) to Moscow.
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Vietnam Airlines adds two more routes to China
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Vietnam Airlines has introduced two new low-frequency routes to China. From 30 March the airline launched twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) flights on the 2,170-kilometre route between Da Nang (DAD) and Shanghai Pudong (PVG), and the following day it launched twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) flights on the 2,150-kilometre route between Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) and Fuzhou (FOC). Both routes will be served by the airline’s A321s.
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Bump... here's a preview of Vietnam Airlines' revised livery, to be deployed on its new aircraft, namely the B787 and A350:

Vietnam Airlines B777-200ER, revised livery (reg. VN-A143)

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Bump... here's a preview of Vietnam Airlines' revised livery, to be deployed on its new aircraft, namely the B787 and A350:

Vietnam Airlines B777-200ER, revised livery (reg. VN-A143)

Here is a comparison to the old livery. The paint quality seems to be really bad.



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Japan's ANA to buy 8.8 pct of Vietnam Airlines for $108 mln
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HANOI, Jan 12 (Reuters) - Japan's ANA Holdings said it plans to buy 8.8 percent of Vietnam Airlines for about $108 million, as both carriers seek to take advantage of growing travel demand in Southeast Asia.

The deal is likely to be the first stake sale by a major Vietnamese firm this year, giving a much needed boost to the government's privatisation drive which has been criticised for being sluggish and lacking appeal.

Vietnam Airlines, which raised $51.2 million by selling 3.47 percent of the company at its 2014 initial public offering, has been seeking to sell a 20 percent holding to strategic partners.
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Bump... here's a preview of Vietnam Airlines' revised livery, to be deployed on its new aircraft, namely the B787 and A350:

Vietnam Airlines B777-200ER, revised livery (reg. VN-A143)

minor changes, but I do like the new font and lowering the logo to the bottom of the tail.
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