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Airlines to provide flight info all by electronic means
Le Anh
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Airlines to provide flight info all by electronic means

Le Anh

HCMC – All airlines active in Vietnam will provide flight information by electronic means instead of paper documents from tomorrow, and all to the single national portal instead of different agencies, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.

The regulation is part of the one-door mechanism in the aviation sector which will come into force tomorrow. Regulations on managing aircraft at international airports separately issued by various State agencies have caused management overlap, according to the authority.

Take the customs sector for example. The border security and immigration management agencies ask airlines to provide passenger information in advance while the airport authorities also request them to offer this kind of information for general management.

Providing paper-based information makes it tough for management agencies to share and use general information. Besides, this practice makes life difficult for airlines.

Airlines will send relevant information to management agencies via the one-stop-shop customs system called the Vietnam National Single Window at vnsw.gov.vn at a single time. The one-door aviation mechanism will help connect general flight information with the systems of all management agencies in the sector.

The move will help shorten customs clearance and offer support to logistics companies, and enterprises involved in export and import activities via airlines.

Data of the General Department of Vietnam Customs shows all airlines have signed up for the one-door mechanism in the aviation sector.

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