Phu Bai International Airport plays as a key role in the development strategy of socio-economy, culture, and regional defense of Thua Thien – Hue Province and the northern Central, serves as a bridge to connect other provinces and countries.
Moreover, Phu Bai International Airport plays an important role in exploiting the tourism potential of Hue - Ancient capital as well as facilitating trading activities, attracting investment projects and developing the potential industry, such as, education, treatment, ecotourism, etc. and contributes to bring Thua Thien – Hue province to become a centrally run city in 2014.
Da Nang International Airport is one of the three busiest international airports in Vietnam, after Noi Bai International Airport and Tan Son Nhat International Airport.
Da Nang International Airport has a major role in serving air traffic as the gateway to Da Nang city and neighboring provinces. This airport facilitates over 150 flights including domestic and international flights with the daily capacity of 15,000 passengers.
Built from the airport was badly damaged during the war, Noi Bai International Airport has spent nearly 40 years constructing and developing to become a modern airport, as a gateway connecting Ha Noi Capital with other countries all over the world. It is an airport of 4E aerodrome classification – ICAO standard, equipped with 02 runways, air navigation aids system CAT II, taxiways, apron capable of accommodating wide-body aircrafts in the limited visibility, namely, Airbus A380, Boing 787, etc.
Tan Son Nhat International Airport, is situated on the main air routes with high volume of passenger of the East - West and North - South of the region that is a very convenient location for civil aviation operation, the gateway from Ho Chi Minh City to the other destinations in the world, the convenient and ideal transfer & transit hub in the route network from Europe, South Asia to Southeast Asia, North East, North Asia and Asia Pacific.
Rach Gia airport, located at the southwestern coastal area of Kien Giang province, is civil airport of Airports Corporation of Vietnam. This airport serves for both civil and military purposes.
Rach Gia Airport is 07 kilometers away from Rach Gia city southeastwards and bounded by rice fields, ponds, and swamps in the west, east, south; highway 80 in the north.