Straw burning threatens flight safety: aviation official Environment

Straw burning threatens flight safety: aviation official

The burning of straw, plant byproducts and other waste on fields near airports produces smoke that affects visibility for pilots and poses a high risk to flight safety, said an official from the Northern Airports Authority under the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.
[Megastory] Silent devotions to flight safety Politics

[Megastory] Silent devotions to flight safety

The sounds of aircraft taking off and landing stirred up the murky atmosphere at Noi Bai International Airport on a rainy evening. Regardless of whether it rains or not, aircraft mechanics still work.
Indonesia reopens airport after volcanic eruption World

Indonesia reopens airport after volcanic eruption

Indonesia’s Bali resort island reopened Ngurah Rai International Airport at 1:30 pm on June 29 (local time) after Mount Agung’s eruption disrupted hundreds of flights and left thousands stranded.
PM issues order to ensure flight safety Society

PM issues order to ensure flight safety

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has issued an urgent notice on ensuring flight safety following incidents of laser lights that distract or temporarily blind pilots during take-off and landing.