Vietnam Airlines Mulls Cargo Wing; Eyes Jets To Replace ATRs

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Vietnam Airlines is looking to replace ATR turboprops with jets as Vietnam's airports improve.
Credit: Rob Finlayson
With passenger demand still deflated, Vietnam Airlines is mulling whether to set up a dedicated freighter arm as it sees opportunities in the cargo segment. At the same time, the Vietnamese flag-carrier will be putting six of its ATR 72-500s up for sale and is looking to secure a fleet of regional...

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