Airbus presented Vietnam Airlines’ 14th Airbus A350-900 which will join the national flag carrier’s fleet at a special ceremony in Toulouse. The ceremony was attended by the Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Vietnam, Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan, and high-ranking officials of the National Assembly of Vietnam. The aircraft (registration number: VN-A899) will complete Vietnam Airlines’ order of 14 Airbus A350-900s, marking another milestone in the national flag carrier’s fleet development and expansion programme as it moves towards Skytrax 5-star status. Vietnam Airlines completes its fleet of 14 A350s with the attendance of Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan Duong Tri Thanh, president and CEO of Vietnam Airlines, said that, “The Airbus aircraft accounts for nearly 90 per cent of our fleet, which demonstrates Airbus’ enormous contribution to Vietnam Airlines’ success. Today’s event marks an important milestone for Vietnam Airlines’ and Airbus’ enduring relationship, which provides us with unparalleled opportunities for future growth through the operation of newer, more efficient, and suitable aircraft.” Jean-François Laval, executive vice president Sales Asia of Airbus, shared that, “We are delighted to celebrate Vietnam Airlines’ 14th A350-900. For everyone at Airbus, it has been a great source of pride and satisfaction to see the A350… Read full this story
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