Consultant proposes not adding new airports by 2030 The Saigon Times A view of the Tan Son Nhat International Airport – PHOTO: LE ANH HCMC – The consultant of the national airport development plan in the 2021-2030 period with a vision to 2050 has proposed that new airport projects should not be added to the airport system by 2030 already approved by the prime minister as too many provinces have proposed developing airports. By 2050, the consultant proposed developing only Cao Bang airport, the local media reported. Based on the economic efficiency of the operational airports and the experience of other countries, the consultant has listed out six main criteria for the necessity and feasibility of new airports, comprising demand, contribution to socioeconomic development, national defense and emergency, natural conditions and their distance to central urban areas and adjacent airports. Based on these criteria, the consultant concluded that with 28 airports approved by the prime minister, 96% of Vietnam's population can access airports within a distance of 100 kilometers, higher than the world's average of 75%. The Ministry of Transport is consulting other relevant ministries, agencies and localities over the plan. Over the past few months, Binh Phuoc and Bac… Read full this story
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