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Airline Info
Airline Name: Vietnam Airlines
Airline IATA Code: VN
Airline Flight Number Example: VN5998
Airline ICAO Code: HVN
Airline Flight Plan Example: HVN71QK
Airline Callsign: VIET NAM AIRLINES
Airline Flight Numbers: 10-7915
Total Aircraft in Fleet: 94
Passenger Aircraft in Fleet: 94
Cargo Aircraft in Fleet: 0

Speeds: kts (Knots)
Distances: nmi (Nautical Miles)
Date Format: dd/mm/yyyy (Day/Month/Year)
Time Format: HH:MM (Hour:Minute) based on UTC/Zulu
Weights: kg (Kilograms) - for Fuel, Pax and Cargo

Adult (12+) Child (2-12) Infant (0-2)
84Kgs 35Kgs 0Kgs
Domestic Bags International Bags Long Haul Bags
11Kgs 13Kgs 15Kgs
79 Adults x 84 Kgs + 11 Children x 35 Kgs + 5 Infants x 0 Kgs = 7021 Kgs
95 Long Haul Bags x 15 = 1425 Kgs
Total weight = 8446 Kgs



Airline Biography

Vietnam Airlines (Real World) Information;

Vietnam Airlines is the flag carrier of Vietnam. Founded in 1956 under the name Vietnam Civil Aviation, the airline was established as a state-owned enterprise in April 1989. Vietnam Airlines is headquartered in Long Biên District, Hanoi, with hubs at Noi Bai International Airport and Tan Son Nhat International Airport. The airline flies to 64 destinations in 17 countries, excluding codeshared services.

From its inception until the early 1990s, Vietnam Airlines was a minor carrier within the aviation industry as it was hampered by a variety of factors including the socio-economic and political situation of the country. With the government's normalization of relations with the United States, the airline was able to expand, improve its products and services, and modernize its ageing fleet. In 1996, the Vietnamese government brought together 20 service companies to form Vietnam Airlines Corporation, with the airline itself as the centrepiece. In 2010, the corporation was restructured into a limited liability company and renamed Vietnam Airlines Company Limited. A seven-seat management board, members of which are appointed by the Vietnamese Prime Minister, oversees the company.

As passenger transport constitutes its core activity, Vietnam Airlines plays a crucial role in the economic development of the country. It owns 100% of Vietnam Air Service Company – a regional airline in southern Vietnam, 70% of the low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific Airlines, and 49% of the Cambodian national airline Cambodia Angkor Air. In addition, the corporation earns revenue from airline catering and the maintenance and overhauling of aircraft through a number of its subsidiaries, including Vietnam Airlines Engineering Company and Vietnam Airlines Caterers. The company has also diversified its investments in the aircraft-leasing and airport ground-servicing industries, and is looking to manufacture aircraft components. It controls and operates a cargo division, Vietnam Airlines Cargo.

Vietnam Airlines became a member of SkyTeam in June 2010, making it the first Southeast Asian carrier to have joined that alliance. It is expected to be restructured and partially privatized by 2015 to help it streamline its services and better compete with other airlines.[needs update] This would facilitate its long-term development plan that involves the improvement of its products and services, and the expansion of its fleet and flight network, as the airline aspires to become the second-largest full-service carrier in Southeast Asia by 2020.

Airline Rules
  1. You must fly theses schedules in Vietnam Airlines liveries only.
  2. If you do not have the correct livery then use house manufacture (i.e Airbus House livery).
  3. Please check below to see the current fleet, which fleet you can substitute, equivalent Substitutions, and historic fleet.  Look along the table from left to right to see.
  4. Please make sure that if you sub another aircraft for another, check that the performance will get you to the required destination.
  5. Please make sure, if you sub an aircraft, that you check the registrations of the type of aircraft, and to select the Reg in the WeGoACARS Tracker. Failure to do this will lead to a PIREP Rejection.
Airline Fleet and Substitutions
Current Fleet Real World Substitutions Simulated Substitutions Historical Fleet
A321-200 (A321)
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A321-200N (A21N)
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A330-200 (A332)
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A350-900 (A359)
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ATR72-500 (AT75)
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B787-9 (B789)
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