- For the military use of the facility during the Vietnam Wars, see Binh Thuy Air Base
Can Tho International Airport
Inside the terminal of the Can Tho International Airport
Can Tho International Airport  (IATA: VCA, ICAO: VVCT) (Vietnamese: Sân bay Quốc tế Cần Thơ), formerly Trà Nóc Airport is located in Can Tho in Mekong Delta region of Vietnam.
The airport has been inaugurated on January 1, 2011 and disbursed US$150 million for built on 20,750 square metres (223,400 sq ft) of land, will process up to 5 million passengers a year. It will serve air travel in the region, boost Mekong Delta's economy, improving defence, security and international integration.
Trà Nóc Airport was originally constructed during the Vietnam War in 1965 by United States Air Force (USAF) civil engineering units as a military airfield. It was used by the USAF as well as being the Headquarters of the Republic of Vietnam Air Force (VNAF) 4th Air Division until 1975.
After 1975, the facility was initially unused, then later operated as a small regional airport for Can Tho. It was expanded and upgraded to international status, with completion due in 2008.
Upgrading of Trà Nóc airport 
The expansion work of Trà Nóc airport started in 4 January 2006. The project will be implemented in two phases, covering an area of 85.04 ha.
- Phase 1: due to be completed in 2008, work including: improvement of the paved runway (2,400 m x 45 m), apron (27,491 m2), cost estimate: 370 billion VND ($ 23 million). Upon completion, this airport will be capable to handle medium range aircraft like A320, A321, B767.
- Phase 2: construction of a terminal (19,000 m2), cargo terminal and other facilities. Cost estimate: 400–500 billion VND ($25 to 31 million). The capacity of this terminal is 2 million passengers per year.
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Vietnam Airlines plans to open flights linking Trà Nóc airport to Da Nang International Airport, Singapore Changi Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport and Cambodia.
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