Việt Nam's aviation market is hoped to recover in 2023-24, according to a Vietnam Airlines' representative.
HCM City on Friday (July 7) reopened 12 pandemic checkpoints at city gateways amid the new 15-day lockdown period to ensure that drivers have a negative COVID-19 test before entering the city.
The market rose strongly on Monday with the VN-Index reaching 1,400 points as investors poured money into blue-chip stocks.
Foreign tourists could be set to return to Viet Nam this autumn if a vaccine passport scheme is approved.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has proposed removal of the cap for airfares on domestic flight routes operated by at least three carriers.