HANOI, 9 November 2021: Vietjet and Safran, an international France-based aviation group, have signed a partnership agreement during the recent visit of Vietnam’s high-ranking government delegation to France.
The agreement is an extension of the two parties’ existing
The event was witnessed by Vietnam’s Prime Minister Pham
Minh Chinh, French Prime Minister Jean Castex and high-ranking dignitaries of
the two countries.
Building on both sides’ existing cooperation in aircraft
engine and engine services through CFM International worth approximately UD$10
billion, Vietjet and Safran will extend their cooperation to cover more
aircraft engine deals and a variety of other aspects such as aircraft seats and
In addition, Safran will provide Vietjet with training
programmes, including management and technical training.
Safran is an international high-technology group operating
in the aviation (propulsion, equipment, and interiors), defence and space
markets. Safran has a global presence, with 76,000 employees and sales of
As Vietnam’s largest airline based on passengers transported
domestically, Vietjet currently operates a fleet of 90 aircraft.