Massive flights unable to land at Noi Bai airport due to poor visibility

Massive flights unable to land at Noi Bai airport due to poor visibility

The Noi Bai International Airport said that massive flights of Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet, Bamboo Airways and Pacific Airlines into Noi Bai international airport and other airports of the Northern region had to be canceled, postponed and were unable to land on runways throughout last night because of heavy fog and clouds causing poor visibility.
The disinfection chamber was invented and assembled by young engineers of the Noi Bai Aviation Technical Service Centre (Photo: VNA)

Noi Bai Airport produces disinfection chamber

The Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi officially put into operation a disinfection chamber at the airport’s operation centre on March 24 as an effort to curb the spreading of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The number of international arrivals at Noi Bai International Airport reduces

International arrivals at Noi Bai airport reduced

By the end of March 19, Noi Bai International Aiport received 1,911 arrivals on 26 international flights, including 737 Vietnamese passengers which reduced compared to March 18 with 2,364 arrivals and would be expected to continue decreasing in the next days. 
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.
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.