Tan Son Nhat Airport has been overloading and waiting for upgrading and expansion. (Photo: SGGP)

Congestion in aviation infrastructure needs resolving

Does aviation industry develop too rapidly? Are flight tickets sold lower than cost prices? Why does authority continue to grant permission for new airlines enterprises while infrastructure is overloading? These were hot issues that received special attention at the talk ‘ Vietnam Aviation Industry: Opportunities and Challenges’ held by the Ministry of Transportation on December 11 in Hanoi.
Cat Lai seaport in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC should develop into logistics human resource training center: expert

In the project to develop the logistics industry until 2025 with visions until 2030, HCMC should head toward a logistics human resource training center to supply manpower for not only the city but also the Southern Key Economic Zone instead of developing into a logistics center amid ongoing traffic, technical and social infrastructure overloading.

Planes at Tan Son Nhat Airport waiting to take off (Photo: SGGP)

Airway infrastructure fails to match development speed

Major airports across the country still have to wait for reparation budgets to be approved while their infrastructures are crumbling day by day. In a few years, these airports would not be able to cater for the numerous new airlines that are entering the industry at a rapid pace.
HCMC manages on huge ownerless goods

HCMC manages on huge ownerless goods

Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department on September 18 said that tens of thousands of packages and containers of goods were imported to the city during the last three months without receivers.

An aircraft in Tan Son Nhat Airport (Photo: SGGP)

Ministry debates Tan Son Nhat Airport overloading, expansion

Leaders of the Ministry of Transport, Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) and experts yesterday discussed overloading at Tan Son Nhat International Airport and mechanism to speed up the airport expansion project at an online seminar in Hanoi.