Thai aviation sector struggling with COVID-19 World

Thai aviation sector struggling with COVID-19

The third COVID-19 wave that has been hitting Thailand from April this year has worsen the situation of the struggling Thai aviation industry due to uncertainty over the COVID-19 outbreak among Thai and foreign tourists.
Momentum needed to help aviation industry take off Videos

Momentum needed to help aviation industry take off

Many domestic airlines incurred heavy losses last year after being seriously affected by Covid-19. Along with Government support and their own efforts, airlines, however, have overcome the difficulties and are now posting profits. Bamboo Airways can be viewed as a “miracle” in this regard.
Top 10 issues that defined the global economy in 2020 World

Top 10 issues that defined the global economy in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a heavy impact on every aspect of life in 2020, and the global economy had been especially hard hit. The Vietnam News Agency has selected the ten most significant global economic issues during the year.
Vietjet announces year's biggest promotion Business

Vietjet announces year's biggest promotion

Vietjet has announced the year’s biggest promotion campaign, offering passengers chances to fly marvellously in leaders’ style and win big gifts worth up to tens of billion dong.
Vietnam Airlines expects to fully recover in 2023  ​ Business

Vietnam Airlines expects to fully recover in 2023 ​

The picture of the domestic aviation industry remains gloomy as the COVID-19 pandemic has left a strong impact on airlines, eating quickly into their wallets. The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines forecast that the domestic aviation market will gradually recover this year and in 2021 despite difficulties, but it will take a very long time for the international market to regain its health.
Airline service fees reduced by half for next six months Business

Airline service fees reduced by half for next six months

Fees for takeoff and landing and aircraft operating services for domestic flights will continue to be cut by 50 percent for the next six months to support airlines affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Transport Ministry circular.