Vietnam Airlines links Cam Ranh in south-eastern Vietnam and Moscow Domodedovo.
Vietnam’s busiest airport, Ho Chi Minh City, welcomed two routes last week – one each international and domestic. While Vietnam Airlines still dominates, VietJet Air has grown to become the second force domestically. But as VietJet Air embarks upon international expansion, China – the largest country market from the airport – might soon grow even bigger.
VietJet Air has been around for just over a year and it now has a six-strong fleet as well as first international destination. anna.aero brings you the airline’s full list of rotations and peeks into VietJet Air’s future.
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Invited by Vietnam Airlines, anna.aero travelled to the airline’s headquarters to talk to CEO Dr Pham Ngoc Minh who aims to turn Vietnam Airlines into a leading airline in South East Asia. Just how fast will the airline grow? In which markets will it expand? And what about Jetstar Pacific?
Vietnam Airlines now flies to anna.aero’s local airport London Gatwick – its fourth destination in Europe – from both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, but how large does the airline estimate the Vietnam-UK market to be and how fast is it growing? And what market share does the airline expect to capture?
The Vietnamese market is growing fast, but how will Vietnam Airlines continue to develop its network? anna.aero spoke to the airline’s president and CEO Dr Pham Ngoc Minh in combination with the launch of flights to anna.aero’s local airport London Gatwick to find out.