Mr. Nguyen Quoc Phuong, General Director of Jetstar Pacific Airlines, holds the position of Deputy General Director of ACV. Mr. Nguyen Duc Hung, Director of Noi Bai International Airport, holds the position of Deputy General Director of ACV.
The Board of Directors of Vietnam Airport Corporation (UPCoM: ACV) appointed Mr. Nguyen Quoc Phuong, General Director of Jetstar Pacific Airlines, to be Deputy General Director from January 15.
New Deputy General Director of ACV, Mr. Nguyen Quoc Phuong (left). Photo: People
In 2005, Mr. Phuong held the position of Passenger Sales and Marketing Manager at Vietnam Airlines Southern Branch. Afterwards, Mr. Phuong managed Vietnam Airlines’ overseas branches and held positions such as Osaka Branch, Germany, France Branch Manager and Head of Europe Regional Office. In December 2016, Mr. Phuong was appointed as CEO of Jetstar Pacific Airlines. as the Passenger Marketing Manage of United Airlines in Vietnam.
In addition, ACV’s Board of Directors also appointed Mr. Nguyen Duc Hung, Director of Noi Bai International Airport, as Deputy General Director of ACV from January 15.
Before that, in early September 2019, Mr. Le Xuan Tung, Ms. Le Thi Dieu Thuy and Mr. Dao Viet Dung were also dismissed from the position of Deputy General Director of ACV.
After changing personnel, the Board of Directors currently has 6 people with the General Director is Vu The Phiet and 5 Deputy General Directors Do Tat Binh, Nguyen Dinh Duong, Vo Anh Tu, Nguyen Quoc Phuong and Nguyen Duc Hung. .
Regarding business results, accumulated in 9 months, the “big” airport recorded revenue of 13,500 billion dong, up 13%. Profit before tax was VND 7,298 billion, up 19%. Thus, the company fulfilled 71% of revenue plan and 89% of profit plan.
Currently, ACV is managing 21 airports, of which, infrastructure at some important ports such as Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat are deteriorating. However, the equitization makes ACV unable to upgrade the airport because the airport infrastructure is not included in the value of business assets but managed by the State, which is only responsible for exploitation.
Recently, the Ministry of Transport proposed that the Prime Minister assign the State Capital Management Committee at enterprises to study the plan of using capital from ACV to soon renovate and upgrade the flight zone with a total investment of over VND 4,150 billion. copper. In which, repairing Tan Son Nhat airport is nearly 1,880 billion dong, the deployment time is over 24 months and Noi Bai has total estimated investment of nearly 2,300 billion dong in 26 months.