Vietnam already supports five operating commercial airlines and a sixth is on the way. That’s because so many of the country’s newly minted middle class is literally going places.
Vietnam’s civil aviation authority estimates air passenger traffic will reach 131 million by 2020 following average growth of 16% last year and this year. By 2030, the authority expects 280 million civilian air trips per year.
“All the airplanes are full. The Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh trip is packed every day,” says Mike Lynch, managing director with SSI Institutional Brokerage in Ho Chi Minh City. “They put up airlines and they just fill right up.” Tiếp tục đọc “Why Vietnam Needs Six Airlines”
The Hanoitimes – A Swedish state-owned entity proposed a commercial loan of over US$1 billion for the construction of Long Thanh airport, the would-be largest of its kind in Vietnam.
Vietnam is considering Sweden’s loans to build Long Thanh International Airport and develop the air traffic control activities, according to Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Vu Dai Thang.
Long Thanh International Airport is in need of huge investment capital, for which financial support from other countries, including Vietnam’s development partners such as Sweden, is very important, said Thang at a conference held last week discussing the financial mechanism for Long Thanh airport. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam considers Swedish loans to build largest airport”
The Chinese government has provided non-refundable aid for Vietnam worth over VND32 billion (US$1.37 million) to conduct a survey and a master plan for the Lao Cai – Hai Phong – Hanoi railway project connecting with China, according to the Ministry of Transport (MoT).
The financial support was a result of high level talks between the two countries in 2015, stated the MoT in a statement. Tiếp tục đọc “China finances research study for Lao Cai – Hanoi – Hai Phong railway project”
TĐH: Where are Vietnam Airlines and Viet Jet? Vietnam Airline, try hard, OK? I am embarrassed by Viet Jet! Come on, world! Fly our airline, Vietnamese women have great bodies. Look at them in bikini! Better than beer ôm and coffee ôm. Think about our women’s bodies while you fly with us. You will realize that our women have greatest bodies in the world.
That is surely a good way to get money from men with hormone at the level of teenager. It embarrasses both Vietnamese women and men. And looks like the driving force behind all this is a woman too. Is she a real woman, or a sick male chauvinist in disguise? Or she is simply sick by obsession with money making? Wow, money, mony, money! Such a great driving force of human psyche!
A VND6.7 trillion ($289.6 million) expansion project to upgrade the Phap Van-Cau Gie expressway, the southern gateway to Hanoi, from four to six lanes was completed late last year and put into operation earlier this year.
The Phap Van-Cau Gie Expressway, which first opened in 2002, runs more than 32 kilometers (20 miles) to the south of Hanoi and links up with another expressway to the nearby Ninh Binh Province. The six-lane expressway is expected to cater to 60,000 vehicles per day and daily revenue from toll fees is estimated at more than VND2 billion ($86,400). Tiếp tục đọc “Expressways that burn up the road between Hanoi and northern provinces”
bizhub – Speeding up the construction of the new Lien Chieu Cargo Port would help promote Da Nang as a key international logistics centre, and allow the existing Tien Sa Port to be reserved for cruise ships only.
Former general director of Tien Sa Port, Nguyen Huu Sia, made the statement at a recent workshop held to discuss changes to the city’s Master Plan proposed by Sakae Holdings and Subarna Jurong Consultants from Singapore. Tiếp tục đọc “Lien Chieu Port to play key role for a sustainable Da Nang”
Hanoi’s first metro line, the Cat Linh-Ha Dong route, has begun a 20-day commercial operation run for inspection purposes.
The trial will check all aspects or the line’s operations, from functioning stations with staff on duty at operation rooms and ticket booths. Electronic signs and loudspeakers are turned on to instruct metro commuters. Six to nine trains will operate on the route.
The first metro line runs 13 kilometers from Cat Linh Station in downtown Dong Da District to the Yen Nghia Station in the southwestern Ha Dong District.
The metro had made its first trial run in September last year, but that test was supervised by Chinese experts from the Shenzhen Metro Company.
The ongoing commercial trial will be supervised by Vietnamese employees from state-owned Hanoi Metro Company Limited.
The 20-day period will verify system safety and operational capacity of all employees, which is a mandatory step in the inspection process, said a representative from the Chinese general contractor.
It has been reported several times that work on the line is 99 percent complete. The 1 percent remaining work is mainly outlook finishing.
The interiors of a station of the Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro route. Photo by VnExpress/Giang Huy.
A 66-year-old widow collects very moderate toll fees for a one-km path she and her husband built on their own six years ago.
They call her Mrs. BOT, but as an endearment, not a derogatory epithet. The term, build-own-transfer, otherwise carries the connotation of many expensive toll fee stations along Vietnamese roads.
Mrs. BOT of the southernmost province of Ca Mau is a total different story.
Truong Thi Yen, 66, is at her home in Ca Mau Province, where she and her husband built a concrete road for locals for free. Photo by VnExpress/Hoang Hanh.
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The future rail link cuts its way through the jungles of Laos for over 400 kilometers. Soon, trains will be rolling through — over bridges, through tunnels and across dams built just for the line, which runs from the Chinese border in the north to the Laotian capital of Vientiane on the Mekong River. Tiếp tục đọc “Vast Chinese Loans Pose Risks to Developing World”
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