Vietnam Airlines

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Vietnam Airlines is the national carrier of Vietnam and is headquartered in Long Biên District, Hanoi in Vietnam. The airline was first founded in 1956 when it was known as Vietnam Civil Aviation. It was established as a 100% state-owned enterprise in 1989 and has since developed as a dynamic airline which prides itself on bringing Vietnamese culture to the world and carrying the world’s passengers to the unique culture that is Vietnam.

Vietnam Airlines is the national carrier of Vietnam and is headquartered in Long Biên District, Hanoi in Vietnam. The airline was first founded in 1956 when it was known as Vietnam Civil Aviation. It was established as a 100% state-owned enterprise in 1989 and has since developed as a dynamic airline which prides itself on bringing Vietnamese culture to the world and carrying the world’s passengers to the unique culture that is Vietnam.

The airline has a network within East Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe and Oceania. With about 300 daily flights, the airline flies to over 20 destinations domestically and to over 25 internationally. It has primary hubs at Noi Bai International Airport (Hanoi) and Tan Son Nhat International Airport (Ho Chi Minh City), with a secondary hub at Da Nang International Airport (in central Vietnam).

Vietnam Airlines has codeshare agreements with a number of airlines and has a number of subsidiaries including Jetstar Pacific Airlines, Vietnam Air Service Company Vietnam Airlines Caterers, Vietnam Airlines Cargo and Vietnam Airlines Engineering Company (VAECO).

Vietnam Airline’s fleet currently stands at a strong 94 aircraft, comprising of Boeing, ATR and Airbus aircraft, with an additional 16 on order which will take its total aircraft up to 100.

Vietnam Airlines’ collection of international hits, feature documentaries, television series, newscasts and children’s programming is enough to keep passengers entertained while in the air. Depending on the aircraft, passengers can access in-flight entertainment through a seat-back screen, on a cabin tablet, on a personal device or on an overhead screen.