Airport tender relaunched in Vietnam
Investors - FEBRUARY 10, 2023

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Airport tender relaunched in Vietnam

by Kali Persall

​​The Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) has relaunched the tender for the construction of the Long Thanh Airport passenger terminal in Vietnam. The first tender in 2022 was cancelled because applications did not meet the requirements.

The new airport will cover more than 5,580 hectares (13,889 acres) in Dong Nais Long Thanh district. It has a designed capacity of 100 million passengers per year and is expected to help ease overloading at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in HCMC.

The cost of the project, which involves the design and construction of the terminal and the installation of equipment, is estimated at $16 billion.

The project will be undertaken in three phases: Phase 1 includes the runway and a passenger terminal able to process 25 million passengers a year; Phase 2 includes a second runway, along with another terminal to serve 50 million passengers a year; and Phase 3 will expand the facility so the airport can serve 100 million passengers a

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