Workshop discusses solutions to connect destinations

The Van Hoa (Culture) newspaper under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, coordinated with the General Department of Tourism, the Department of Tourism of Da Nang city and related units, to organise a workshop themed "Aviation-Tourism Cooperation: Connecting Global Destination", in Da Nang city, on December 27.
 At the workshop
At the workshop

The seminar focused on exchanging and discussing key issues, such as assessing the challenges and opportunities of Vietnam's tourism industry in the coming years; orientation of the aviation industry in preparing facilities, investment in equipment in time to catch up with the recovery of the international tourism market; solutions to link and coordinate between the aviation and tourism industries, in promoting Vietnam's tourism; solutions to complete the legal basis and policies to facilitate attracting tourists to Vietnam; administrative reform to maximize support for business tourism businesses and development.

Photo: Da Nang opens many international routes to attract tourists to visit and experience.

According to a representative of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam, in 2023, international transport is expected to reach 34 million passengers, up three times compared to 2022 and equal to 83% compared to 2019.

To achieve this expectation, the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam proposed solutions, such as continuing to follow up and persevere in finding out information, exchanging and working with the aviation authorities of China and India, to create legal conditions for the operation of Vietnamese airlines to these countries; creating favourable conditions for international operations of Vietnamese and foreign airlines; studying the establishment of international air traffic routes to Cat Bi International Airport and considering and announcing Lien Khuong Airport as an international airport, to facilitate operations of international flights to these airports.