Boeing to assist Vietnam in qualifying for operating nonstop US service

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Boeing to assist Vietnam in qualifying for operating nonstop US service

Boeing Co. will assist the Vietnamese aviation watchdog to meet strict standards to soon be allowed to launch nonstop service to the United States, according to an agreement the two signed Monday in Hanoi.

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Transport ministry deals slap on wrist for major aviation bungles

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Transport ministry deals slap on wrist for major aviation bungles

Vietnam’s Minister of Transportation rebuked and demoted a number of aviation officials for a near-collision last October and a blackout in November at Tan Son Nhat airport.

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Vietnam grounds yet another private airline

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Vietnam grounds yet another private airline

The Ministry of Transportation has grounded Air Mekong's operating license for failing to to submit plans to resume its operation after nearly two years of inactivity.

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Vietnam’s airports serve 50 million passengers in 2014

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Vietnam’s airports serve 50 million passengers in 2014

Airports throughout the country have served more than 50.5 million passengers and handled 905,000 tonnes of goods in 2014, year-on-year increases of 14.7 percent and 18 percent, respectively, said Lai Xuan Thanh, Head of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

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VN airports serve 50 million passengers

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Airports throughout the country served more than 50.5 million passengers and handled 905,000 tonnes of goods in 2014, year-on-year increases of 14.7 per cent and 18 per cent respectively, said Lai Xuan Thanh, head of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

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Vietnam’s airports serve 50 million passengers in 2014

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Vietnam’s airports serve 50 million passengers in 2014

Airports throughout the country have served more than 50.5 million passengers and handled 905,000 tonnes of goods in 2014, year-on-year increases of 14.7 percent and 18 percent, respectively, said Lai Xuan Thanh, Head of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

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Vietnam’s airports serve 50 million passengers in 2014

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Vietnam’s airports serve 50 million passengers in 2014

Airports throughout the country have served more than 50.5 million passengers and handled 905,000 tonnes of goods in 2014, year-on-year increases of 14.7 percent and 18 percent, respectively, said Lai Xuan Thanh, Head of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

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Emergency landing to be investigated

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The Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam set up a team to investigate an emergency landing made Tuesday evening by a passenger plane flying from HCM City to Vinh City.

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Three officials suspended in HCMC airport power outage

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Three officials suspended in HCMC airport power outage

Three officials who are considered responsible for the unprecedented power outage that hit Vietnam’s largest airport last Thursday, affecting 92 flights, have been suspended for investigation, according to the Vietnam Flight Management Corporation (VFMC).

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Three officials suspended in HCMC airport power outage

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Three officials suspended in HCMC airport power outage

Three officials who are considered responsible for the unprecedented power outage that hit Vietnam’s largest airport last Thursday, affecting 92 flights, have been suspended for investigation, according to the Vietnam Flight Management Corporation (VFMC).

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No compensation for airlines affected by blackout at Vietnam’s largest airport: watchdog

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No compensation for airlines affected by blackout at Vietnam’s largest airport: watchdog

The company that manages air traffic within the Ho Chi Minh City flight information region (FIR) is not obliged to compensate airlines affected by the power outage at the city’s Tan Son Nhat airport last week, the head of Vietnam’s aviation watchdog asserted Sunday.

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Technical failure at Tan Son Nhat Airport “very serious”: officials

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Technical failure at Tan Son Nhat Airport “very serious”: officials

VietNamNet Bridge - The incident at the Ho Chi Minh City Area Control Centre (AACC Ho Chi Minh) at Tan Son Nhat Airport on Nov. 20 was an extremely serious technical failure that has never occurred in the history of the Vietnamese aviation history, an official said at a press conference on November 21.

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Power failure causes near-miss involving military plane

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Power failure causes near-miss involving military plane

A sudden power failure at the Vietnam Civil Aviation Authority control tower in HCM City caused a near-miss between a military and a civilian plane.

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UPS failure behind blackout at Vietnam airport: official

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UPS failure behind blackout at Vietnam airport: official

The unprecedented power outage that hit Vietnam’s largest airport on Thursday took place because the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems that power the Ho Chi Minh City Area Control Center (ACC) went offline, the head of the country’s aviation watchdog said Friday.

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Power cut posed a threat to air traffic

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VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago 2 related news

The power outage at the Ho Chi Minh City Area Control Centre (AACC Ho Chi Minh) at Tan Son Nhat Airport on Thursday was an extremely serious technical failure that had never occurred in the country, head of the Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV) Lai Xuan Thanh said yesterday.

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