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Fear of volcanic ash cancels flights to Jakarta

In Uncategorized on November 7, 2010 at 9:21 am

Hanoi cancels firework plans to support flood victims

In Uncategorized on October 13, 2010 at 7:45 am

Hanoi leaders have agreed to stop organizing firework displays in 29 locations on October 10 to donate the money for flood-ravaged people in the central region.

A deadly flood is devastating the central region of Vietnam. (Photo:Dan Tri)

Hanoi has been calling individuals, organizations to donate money to the flood fund which will be delivered to flood-ravaged people in the central region.


Chief of Hanoi’s committee of the Party Dao Duc Toan said people in the central region are still struggling to overcome the losses and damages caused by the flood. Therefore, to have more funds for relief efforts, the decision was made to stop firework displays at 29 locations. This money will be used to help victims instead, he added.

As such, there will be no fireworks at the various districts and towns except for the show organized for the gala night at My Dinh National Stadium.

Source: SGGP

Vietnam Airlines cancels Fukuoka-Hanoi flight

In Uncategorized on July 22, 2010 at 7:19 pm




Vietnam Airlines cancels Fukuoka-Hanoi flight


QĐND – Thursday, July 22, 2010, 21:15 (GMT+7)

The national flagship carrier, Vietnam Airlines, on July 20 decided to cancel flight VN963 from Fukuoka in southern Japan to the capital city of Hanoi after detecting technical problems in its Airbus 320.


The problems were found during a technical check-up after the plane had finished a flight from Hanoi to Fukuoka at 8 am on the same day.


The incident affected more than 100 passengers booked on the flight and other Vietnam Airlines’ flights on the same route.


Vietnam Airlines said the firm had immediately provided the passengers with food and accommodation and on July 21 it sent another Airbus 320 to Fukuoka to pick up the stranded passengers.


The firm also said that its engineers managed to repair the out-of-order plane and it will return to Vietnam later.


According to the Vietnam Airlines office in Japan, the carrier is operating 45 Vietnam-Japan flights, including two flights each week on Hanoi-Fukuoka route.


In the first half of this year, Vietnam Airlines carried 140,000 passengers on the Vietnam-Japan route, up 52 percent over the same period last year.


Incidents are rare on the firm’s flights to Japan, a market where Vietnam Airlines has built up its prestige thanks to safety and an exact schedule of flights.


Source: VOV


Source: QDND