Airports Corporation of Vietnam

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Airports Corporation of Vietnam - JSC
Joint-stock company with 95.4% state-owned shares
Predecessor 3 corporations managing 3 groups
of civil airports in Vietnam
Founded January 8, 2012 (2012-01-08)
Founder Minister of Transport and Communication of Vietnam
Headquarters Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Number of locations
Tan Son Nhat International Airport
Area served
Key people
Lại Xuân Thanh (chairman)
Lê Mạnh Hùng (CEO)
Services All civil airports in Vietnam
Owner Government of Vietnam and other share holders

Airports Corporation of Vietnam - JSC (Vietnamese: Tổng công ty cảng hàng không Việt Nam - CTCP) is a Vietnamese joint-stock company with 95.4% state-owned shares, based in Ho Chi Minh City. The company under the Ministry of Transport of Vietnam which was founded on January 8, 2012 when three companies operating airports in the north, the middle, and the south of Vietnam were merged on February 28, 2012[1] The company manages and operates 21 all civil airports in Vietnam, including eight international and thirteen domestic airports. The company headquarters is located at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, the busiest airport in Vietnam.


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