Up Up & Away Vietnam
Innovations & Technical Service Foundation will be hosting an educational event in honor of aviation and engineering in Vietnam. The event is scheduled for December 2017 . Temporarily Postponed due to Boeing backlog
Up Up & Away Vietnam will feature a variety of topics related to aerospace, aviation, and engineering education. We at ITS expect about 3000 students, government officials, supporting sponsors from Vietnam and around the world. During the event, there will be top speakers, live entertainment with a spectacular menu, and a large variety of refreshments. This event will be free for students that are attending various universities throughout Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam. For our sponsors, there will be VIP tickets with front-row seating
In addition, we are developing an exclusive broadcast contract with one of the local stations, who will produce a video and air a show (best of the show series) for all of its newscasts. Also, a professional advertising company will develop a campaign suitable for the cultural environment in Vietnam
An Educational Event Hosted by ITS Foundation
Up Up & Away Vietnam
Vietnam's VietJet in May agreed on a ﬁrm order of 100 Boeing 737 MAX 200 jets worth $11.3 billion at list prices, making it one of Southeast Asia's fastest-growing low-cost carriers. The deal, signed during U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Vietnam, represents a coup for Boeing, as VietJet has only operated its European rival Airbus' A320 airplanes since it began operations in December 2011. The airline also signed a $3.04-billion deal for engines made by Pratt & Whitney, a unit of United Technologies, for the 63 Airbus planes of the 99 it ordered and 7 hired since 2013.
VietJet says it now has 36 Airbus planes in service and the delivery of the Boeing
Planes, expected from 2019 to 2023, will bring the ﬂeet to more than 200 aircraft by the end of 2023, potentially surpassing ﬂag carrier Vietnam Airlines, which now has 89 operating aircraft. Vietnam Airlines ordered 19 Boeing 787 and 14 Airbus A350 planes and 11 of those have been delivered.
Deputy Prime Ministers construction on Vietnam’s new $16bn airport to begin by 2019
TUOI TRE NEWS UPDATED : 07/12/2016 10:19 GMT + 7
The construction of a new international airport near Ho Chi Minh City should begin no later than 2019, Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung said on Saturday.
The Long Thanh International Airport, to be built in the southern province of Dong Nai, had been scheduled for construction beginning in 2021 and is expected to help share the load with overcrowded Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City.
The plan to build the new airport, 50km from Tan Son Nhat, was ratified by Vietnam’s lawmaking National Assembly in 2015, with an estimated cost of some VND336.63 trillion (US$16.03 billion) and a planned groundbreaking in 2021.
However construction should start earlier, Deputy PM Dung said as he met with Dong Nai authorities to discuss plans for the megaproject on the weekend.
Vice-Chairman of Dong Nai Province People’s Committee Tran Van Vinh said during the meeting that once completed, Long Thanh airport would bring major socioeconomic benefits to Dong Nai, the southern economic region, as well as the country as a whole.
Therefore, Vinh said, the province had taken the initiative to draft plans for special mechanisms in site clearance, compensation, resettlement, and capital mobilization policies to speed up the project’s progress in line with directives from the National Assembly.
According to Vinh, the airport megaproject will affect the lives and income of around 4,730 households in the area, amounting to 15,000 residents, alongside a number of organizations, businesses, and religious institutions.
The implementation of special mechanisms, Vinh explained, will secure the welfare of affected citizens through accelerated construction of resettlement homes, compensation procedures, and site clearance.
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