Vietnam values ICAO’s technical support to aviation industry

Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung has spoken highly of technical support provided by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in helping Vietnam enhance its management and workforce capacities in the civil aviation industry.

Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung has spoken highly of technical support provided by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in helping Vietnam enhance its management and workforce capacities in the civil aviation industry.

Vietnam values ICAO’s technical support to aviation industry

Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung and ICAO President Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu (source: NDO)

Dung made the remark at a meeting on July 6 with Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu, President of the Council of ICAO.

He said Vietnam’s civil aviation industry has seen strong growth in recent years in terms of the network of routes, transport capacity, infrastructure and management capacity, making it a significant force driving economic development and improving people’s lives.

However, Vietnam is facing a number of issues such as overload in some airports, low quality services and weaknesses in flight control.

Deputy PM Dung said safety and security are the top two requirements for air travel while Vietnam’s human resources have yet to meet expectations and management technology remains limited compared with many other countries.

As such ICAO’s cooperation programmes and technical assistance are very important, emphasised Dung.

Vietnam values ICAO’s technical support to aviation industry

ICAO advised Vietnam to invest more in infrastructure and workforce capacity (source: The Traffic News)

He went on to say that Vietnam supports ICAO’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in aviation and expected the organisation to help the country build a fuel consumption monitoring system in air transport.

For his part, ICAO President Aliu said he was impressed by the rapid growth of Vietnam’s aviation industry and recognised the country’s efforts to effectively implement ICAO’s safety regulations and standards.

He said that the agency pledges to continue providing technical support to its member countries so that they can successfully apply global standards in civil aviation.

Aliu advised Vietnam to invest more in infrastructure and improve workforce capacity to meet increasing demands as Vietnam’s civil air transport is expected to continue growing rapidly in the years ahead./.

( VNF/NDO )

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