Vietnam Airlines is seeking up to a 20% equity investment from “strategic partners” and will sell off several existing older aircraft as part of a plan to upgrade its fleet and brand. The Vietnam flag carrier said the equity sell-off could raise some VND6.3 trillion ($300 million), but the airline also plans to sell off or return some older aircraft to raise more working capital. The carrier plans to sell off three ATR 72-500s used for domestic routes, plus two Boeing 777-200ERs ...

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