The MoU is expected to strengthen the cooperation between Bamboo Airways and reputable partners in Australia, promoting the exploitation of Vietnam – Australia direct route.
On November 26, under the witness of Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam Trinh Dinh Dung, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Vietnam in Australia Ngo Huong Nam and Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam Dinh Viet Thang, Bamboo Airways carried out the MoU Signing Ceremony with RMIT University and Melbourne Airport in Australia.
Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam Trinh Dinh Dung witnessed the MoU Signing Ceremony between Bamboo Airways and Melbourne Airport, Australia
According to the MoU on the promotion of Hanoi – Melbourne direct route, Melbourne Airport will support Bamboo Airways in form of legitimate incentives, such as fees for ground handling service, navigation, airport representative office and co-branded marketing activities, etc.
Simultaneously, Melbourne Airport commits to promote conditions of the direct route’s operation at high level of safety and security. Information on air traffic and tourism projects between Vietnam and Australia will also be regularly exchanged and provided.
Bamboo Airways and Melbourne Airport, Australia signed MoU to promote Hanoi – Melbourne direct route
Melbourne Airport is the second busiest airport in Australia which operates 24/7, and it is also one of the important gateways of Asia – Pacific.
“We highly appreciate Bamboo Airways’ plan. We are willing to cooperate with the Airline to support the operation of Hanoi – Melbourne direct route”, said Mr. Lyell Strambi, Chief Executive Officer of Melbourne Airport.
Cooperation in aviation training and transnational education
On November 26 morning, Bamboo Airways signed an MoU with RMIT University – one of Australia’s leading pilot, aviation and aerospace engineering training centers. The MoU opens up opportunities for bilateral cooperation in the fields of aviation, aerospace and transnational education, creating a common vision for cooperation and qualifications recognized by both Australia and Vietnam. Cooperation sectors of priority include training commercial pilots, aviation management and aircraft engineers.
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