(From Vietnam News Briefs)
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines (VNA) will increase its flights on the air route linking Ho Chi Minh City and the southern Binh Dinh province's Quy Nhon City.
At present, the Phu Cat Airport has internationally standardized terminals, which can serve 20 flights per week. Now, the route is operating 13 flights a week.
The airline expects to add 3-4 flights on the route in mid-June by using the 66-seat ATR 72 plane produced in France.
In 2005, Vietnam Airlines hopes to serve 5.71 million passengers and 94,842 tons of cargo, up 13.6% …