FLC Group to launch six projects in Hai Phong

Property developer FLC Group has proposed six new projects in the northern port city of Hai Phong.

 

The information was revealed at a meeting between the city’s leaders and FLC Group last week.

The six projects include Do Son resort and hi-end ecological villa complex, a resort and urban area complex in Hai An District, an urban area in Tan Thanh Ward, a 70-storey trade centre and apartment building project at No 4 Tran Phu Street, an apartment building at No 45 Lach Tray Street and a hi-tech agricultural project FAM - Hai Phong.

FLC also proposed launching eight routes for its newly-launched Bamboo Airways from/to Hai Phong including four domestic flights connecting Hai Phong, Da Nang, Quy Nhon, HCM City and Phu Quoc and four international routes connecting the city to Bangkok, Singapore, Seoul and Siem Reap.

FLC’s chairman Trinh Van Quyet asked the city to facilitate land clearance and administrative procedures for implementation of the projects. Meanwhile, relevant agencies in the city should support them in completing investment procedures as soon as possible.

In addition, he proposed that Hai Phong should accelerate adjustment of its common planning to be a foundation for the projects’ implementation.

The group asked Hai Phong to submit a document to the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV) to approve the opening of new routes to Cat Bi Airport.

Hai Phong City’s Party Committee Secretary Le Van Thanh said Hai Phong has always created favourable conditions to attract investors. FLC Group is one of the investors with significant potential.

He asked FLC Group to explore investment opportunities in some other locations to fully tap into the city’s potential and advantages.

Hai Phong would report on the progress of the projects each month and create the most favourable conditions for the group to develop the projects. — VNS

Bamboo Airways on Sunday launched three new flight routes connecting Ha Noi to Da Lat, Pleiku and Can Tho with one flight a day each.

After its first flight on January 16th, Bamboo Airways has accelerated its launch of new routes to bring the total routes to 20 in the first quarter of this year. It planned to open new routes connecting Ha Noi and HCM City with Quy Nhon, Nha Trang, Da Nang, Dong Hoi, Phu Quoc, Buon Ma Thuot and Vinh.

Bamboo Airways targets 100 flights a day and serving five million passengers as well as connecting more local destinations this year.

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