The number of passengers taking flights at Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport in HCM City rose to a record 124,000 in a day, according to Nguyễn Nam Tiến, deputy director of the airport.
Vietnamese shares recouped part of the week’s losses on Friday as the current massive sell-off across the stock market triggered investors to scoop up stocks at bargain prices.
Vietnamese shares underwent another strong decline on Tuesday as investor sentiment remained negative following the selloff that had spread across global markets.
The Ministry of Transport plans to spend VNĐ350.5 trillion (US$15.4 billion) to develop the country’s aviation industry from now until 2030.
Vietjet Aviation Joint Stock Company has received the “Best Việt Nam Deal” award from Asia’s leading publication, Finance Asia, for its IPO held in early 2017.
Thousands of migrant workers in HCM City are worried about transport ticket shortages as the biggest festival of the year approaches, Thanh Niên (Young People) Newspaper reports.
Vietnamese shares ended Wednesday on a negative note, driven by the financial-banking, energy and brokerage sectors.
Thanks to the expansion of its fleet by 17 aircrafts in 2017, Vietjet opened 22 new routes, including 21 international ones, taking the total number of operational routes to 82.
Affordable airline VietjetAir has received a fine of VNĐ44 million ($1,940) for the scandalous incident involving a lingerie show to ‘entertain’ the Vietnamese U23 football team on their way home after their sensational performance at the Asia Football Cup (AFC) championship.
Thousands of Vietnamese supporters have landed in Changshu, China, to support the Vietnamese U23 team who will face Uzbekistan in the Asian championship final on Saturday.