Aviation Labor Supply and Import-Export JS. Company (ALSIMEXCO) under Vietnam Airlines Corp. is recruiting Vietnamese Cabin Crew for EVA AIRWAYS –TAIWAN with attractive salary, good working environment and many opportunities of traveling to many countries in the World.
- Based on the Approval of General Director of Vietnam Airlines at the official document Number 36/TCTHK-DB dated 09 January 2012; - Based on the Service Agreement No. 246/2012/ĐB919 signed between Flight Crew Division 919 and Aviation Labor Supply and Import-Export JS. Company – Vietnam Airlines (ALSIMEXCO) on 16 February 2012 about Work Permit (WP) for Foreign Pilots working for Vietnam Airlines; - ALSIMEXCO would sincerely like to inform all Vietnam Airlines Foreign Pilots that the following documents involving with the WP should be completed and sent to ALSIMEXCO as soon as possible.
Aviation Labor Supply and Import-Export Joint Stock Company equitzed from State owned one is now directly under Vietnam Airlines Corporation according Decision No. 3841/ QĐ-BGTVT date 9th December 2004 by the Minister of Transportation, of which 51% shares are held by Vietnam Airlines Corporation.
HA NOI — The Ministry of Transport has submitted to the Government two plans to bring foreign investment into the domestic aviation market. In the first plan, any airline with overseas investors had to show that its foreign partner held no more than 49 per cent of the charter capital. A Vietnamese individual or business was required to hold the largest share and, in fact, a single foreign entity could not hold more than a 30 per cent stake.
HA NOI — The Prime Minister has given the okay to national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines' takeover of budget carrier Jetstar Pacific. Jetstar, which is owned by State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC), has been in serious financial difficulties for years. The SCIC has a 70-per- cent State-owned stake in the airline. The remaining shares are held by Australian flag carrier Qantas and Saigontourist.
HA NOI — Low-cost airline Jetstar Pacific will merge with national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines in the near future, according to deputy head of the Civil Aviation Administration of Viet Nam (CAAV) Dinh Viet Thang. The move is considered the most feasible plan to save the carrier from bankruptcy. The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Transport have agreed to the move, which is awaiting approval from the Prime Minister, said Thang during a briefing at the Ministry of Transport late last week.