The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has introduced a series of recommendations to both the Ministry of Transport and local airlines, warning of overcapacity if airlines do not keep track of their own fleet expansion. The report was submitted as part of a proposal evaluation from a new startup, Kite Air. Kite Air is a product of Thien Minh Aviation Joint Stock Company, part of conglomerate Thien Minh Group. Hoping to enter service by 1Q 2020, Kite Air has an ambitious start, ...

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