IATA is calling for Vietnamese authorities to ensure there are appropriate regulatory structures in place to oversee an expected wave of airport construction and privatization. IATA welcomes Vietnam’s efforts to improve its aviation infrastructure, the group’s DG and CEO Tony Tyler said during a speech in Hanoi. To accommodate projected traffic increases, the government has drafted an aviation master plan that includes a goal of having 26 airports by 2020. Expansion is being ...

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