Vietnam wants to build 30 airports by the year 2030. Right now, they have 22 airports for regular flights. They're doing this to attract more tourists and make their aviation industry stronger. This is what the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has shared.
The Southeast Asian country will strive to have 14 international airports by 2030, the country's aviation regulator said in a statement on Friday after submitting a new development plan to the Ministry of Transport, Xinhua news agency reported.
Vietnam currently has 10 international airports, including those in the capital Hanoi, which can handle 25 million passengers a year, and those in the business hub Ho Chi Minh city, which has the capacity of 28 million passengers year, according to the airport operators.
if Vietnam aims to have 30 airports by 2030, it would likely create a significant number of job opportunities across various sectors related to aviation, transportation, and infrastructure.
Here are some potential job opportunities that could arise:
Airport Operations and Management:
Construction and Engineering:
Retail and Hospitality:
Logistics and Transportation:
Aircraft Manufacturing and Maintenance:
Technology and IT:
Environmental and Sustainability Roles:
Marketing and Public Relations:
Tourism and Hospitality:
Education and Training:
Customs and Immigration: