State-owned Vietnam Airlines plans to sell 11 Airbus planes to shore up its finances

Visual from Vietnam Airlines website.

Vietnam Airlines plans to sell 11 Airbus A321 aircraft through an auction, as the Southeast Asian country’s flag carrier struggles with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.

The airline, which is 86% owned by the government, said in an announcement posted on its website this week that interested buyers could submit bids by June 29.

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