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Van Don International Airport

Van Don International Airport

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Van Don International Airport, officially opened on December 30, 2018, is located in Doan Ket Commune, Van Don District (Quang Ninh).

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As the youngest member in the airport system in Vietnam, Van Don International Airport has been approved by the Ministry of Transport as a 4E airport (under the standard code of the International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO) and as a military airport level II.

Van Don Airport has many special features. This is the first airport built under the build–operate–transfer (BOT) model. The project receives investment from Sun Group, with a total capital of VND 7,463 billion.

The airport has a capacity of 2.5 million passengers per year, and is able to receive 1,250 passengers during peak hours. By 2020 there will be at least 4 aircraft aprons, and by 2030 this number will increase to at least 7.

The runway of Van Don International Airport is equipped with ILS Cat II flight guidance system, enabling aircraft to land safely even in the most unfavorable weather.

Flight zone features a runway of 3.6 km long and 45 m wide, ensuring the operation of B787, B777, B747-40, and other similar aircraft.

The terminal is built on a total area of nearly 27,000 m2, with two separate arrival and departure levels, one passengers boarding bridge for E code aircraft, three passengers boarding bridges for C code aircraft and four parking spots (phase 1), and 31 check-in counters

The airport has begun operating routes to and from Northeast Asian countries such as South Korea and China, and will soon operate routes involving Japan, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia countries. In the domestic market, the focus is on Central and Southern regions such as Hue, Da Nang, Cam Ranh, Da Lat and Phu Quoc.

Along with Bach Dang Bridge, Ha Long – Van Don Expressway, Ha Long International Cruise Port, Van Don International Airport is the latest piece to complete the picture of Quang Ninh Province’s modern transport infrastructures.

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