Competition in airline industry set to intensify Business

Competition in airline industry set to intensify

Increasing numbers of airlines and aircraft are putting serious pressure on Vietnam’s aviation infrastructure. As competition for market share and skilled labour intensifies, the Government must take measures to ensure a fair playground and long-term development, said industry experts and authorities.
Vietnam bans 15-inch MacBook Pro on flights Business

Vietnam bans 15-inch MacBook Pro on flights

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has decided to ban passengers and crew members from bringing to planes 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops produced and sold between September 2015 and February 2017.
HCM City official receives New Zealand guest Politics

HCM City official receives New Zealand guest

Ho Chi Minh City authorities will create favourable conditions for enterprises from New Zealand to invest in and enhance trade cooperation with local firms, especially in education, innovation, development of smart cities, dairy processing, said Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Le Thanh Liem on March 27.
Vietnam now qualified to establish flight services to US Business

Vietnam now qualified to establish flight services to US

Vietnamese airlines are now able to fly to the US and codeshare with US carriers after the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) declared that the Southeast Asian country complies with international safety standards under the agency’s International Aviation Safety Assessment programme.
Indonesia air crash: hours of data recovered from black box World

Indonesia air crash: hours of data recovered from black box

Indonesian investigators succeeded in retrieving hours of data from the first black box on Lion Air's Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet, which crashed into the sea off the coast of Karawang in West Java province on October 29, killing 189 people on board.
Indonesia steps up identification of plane crash victims World

Indonesia steps up identification of plane crash victims

Tanjung Priok port has been one of the four centres handling the debris of the Indonesian Lion Air carrier which crashed into the sea off the coast of Karawang in Indonesia’s West Java province on October 29, killing 189 people on board.