Aviation-tourism cooperation benefits the nation

Aviation-tourism cooperation is a vital path for the two sectors’ development, benefiting the country, said General Director of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) Nguyen Van Tuan.

Volcanic ash forces VN to cancel more flights

Vietnam Airlines has announced that it has cancelled two flights scheduled for April 19 – the VN534 Paris-Hanoi and VN544 Frankfurt-Hanoi - due to ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland.

Nation hits the road for national holidays

Nguyen Thi Huyen Trang of HCM City ’s district 4 had to stand two hours in the queue this week to buy a bus ticket for April 29 to Bao Loc Town in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.

Iceland volcano forces VN to cancel flights

Vietnam Airlines has cancelled flights to and from Europe due to ash from a volcano in Iceland that has forced the temporary shut-down of two major international airports in France and Germany.
Vietnam Airlines, Air France come to deal Business

Vietnam Airlines, Air France come to deal

The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on April 3 signed a code-share agreement with Air France to allow passengers to take fly non stop flight from Paris to either Hanoi or HCM City three times a week.

Aviation market picks up speed

Vietnam’s aviation market has shown signs of pick-up in the first months of the year as both domestic and foreign firms launched new air routes and increased flight frequency.

Jetstar Pacific offers discounted fares

Low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific has said all its branches are applying the same promotion programme on its 129 domestic and international routes beginning last week.

Stimulus plan proposed to boost tourism

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has proposed offering visas-on-arrival as a measure to lure more than 4 million foreign visitors to Vietnam this year.